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When a residential licence has been terminated by the death of the licensor, does the executor of the deceased's estate have a right of access to the property and/or a set of keys? If the licensee has not vacated the property after the expiry of a notice to quit, can the executor of the deceased's estate enter the property?

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Published on LexisPSL on 09/06/2021

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  • When a residential licence has been terminated by the death of the licensor, does the executor of the deceased's estate have a right of access to the property and/or a set of keys? If the licensee has not vacated the property after the expiry of a notice to quit, can the executor of the deceased's estate enter the property?

When a residential licence has been terminated by the death of the licensor, does the executor of the deceased's estate have a right of access to the property and/or a set of keys? If the licensee has not vacated the property after the expiry of a notice to quit, can the executor of the deceased's estate enter the property?

Following the death of a person, their interest in real estate devolves onto their personal representatives (PRs). Where there is a Will, the executors will be the PRs. This means that the

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