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(Sun News Network)   The 92-year-old war vet has been evicted from the house he built because his daughter rejected his offer to buy the house above market value   (sunnewsnetwork.ca) divider line 14
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2013-06-20 02:42:17 PM
14 votes:
She thinks she's "won."

She will wake up tomorrow not only universally loathed as the symbol of greed but worse yet, she will wake up with a house in Ohio.
2013-06-20 02:43:49 PM
4 votes:
At least the granddaughter seems like a pretty awesome person.  sigh.

brap: She thinks she's "won."

She will wake up tomorrow not only universally loathed as the symbol of greed but worse yet, she will wake up with a house in Ohio.

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2013-06-20 03:14:21 PM
3 votes:

RenownedCurator: shArkh: Again.

My grandmother took a particularly nasty turn of senile demnetia (violent) and shortly afterwards  :| Grandpa S died.

His will had signed his half over to his daughter, so she had leverage on the house. BECAUSE if she didn't have it, and Grandma S got declared senile by the government / State, we would lose all of it to them to "pay" for her declining issues and care.

But because granny was in wacko-territory, we were the devils incarnate, and she made sure everyone she opened her bloody mouth to knew, even though she got to keep her care AND her money, until the day she bought it because of what we did.

If the daughter's a biatchy-mcbiatchpants, then fair enough form the lynch mob. But I've been on the wrong end of this myself. I can't be this simple. If it is, well. 'murica I guess.

Having witnessed similar family drama (not in my family, thank God, but in a friend's), THIS. We have no idea what's going on here, especially as there was apparently some attendant drama involving the care of an autistic son. It could be the daughter is evil. It could be that her father is a senile crank who refuses to believe that he can't care for himself. There could be disputes about where the money for the autistic son's care should come from. We're seeing so little of the story that making sweeping judgements is useless.


YOU!  Take your reasonableness and get the FARK OUT OF HERE!  NOW!  We have outrage to enjoy and you're killing out party, you ungrateful schmuck.
2013-06-20 02:43:48 PM
2 votes:
Roger Zalinski, the auto parts king?
2013-06-20 05:39:26 PM
1 votes:
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2013-06-20 04:46:00 PM
1 votes:
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2013-06-20 03:38:19 PM
1 votes:
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Mr Potter to be evicted?  Unlikely.

2013-06-20 03:25:30 PM
1 votes:

pho75: I am shocked that you can buy a house for that little anywhere in this country. You can't buy a condo where I am for 3x that.


3x?? You can't buy property here for less than a gillion times that. I live on the moon biatch!
2013-06-20 03:17:33 PM
1 votes:

randomX: The daughter NEEDS to speak up here. For all we know, he molested her every day of her life and this is her way of repaying the anguist.


So she made sure to maintain a relationship with him, enough to get power of attorney, and then had the amazing patience to wait until he was 92... then BAM!  Her revenge!
???
I guess she couldn't wait until he was 102.
2013-06-20 03:01:10 PM
1 votes:
More to the story? - most likely - perhaps he is a danger to himself and/or others and needs to be in a supervised environment.

Dang - and we just got this new shipment of pitchforks and torches - what are we supposed to do with these now?
2013-06-20 02:51:33 PM
1 votes:
I suspect the whole family is in on it. The family still has the house, and they now have milked 150k from the rubes.
2013-06-20 02:46:28 PM
1 votes:

serial_crusher: I would be interested in hearing the daughter's side of the story.  Only possible reason I could think of to do something like that is to pressure the old guy to move into the old folks home you think he needs to be in, but the fact that she initially gave him a counter-offer makes me doubt it's anything like that.

She's probably got a deal with some crooked land developer who's trying to turn the whole block into upscale condos and this guy is the last hold out.  Might have to call the A-Team on this one.


You mean Anonymous, right?
2013-06-20 02:34:51 PM
1 votes:
I would be interested in hearing the daughter's side of the story.  Only possible reason I could think of to do something like that is to pressure the old guy to move into the old folks home you think he needs to be in, but the fact that she initially gave him a counter-offer makes me doubt it's anything like that.

She's probably got a deal with some crooked land developer who's trying to turn the whole block into upscale condos and this guy is the last hold out.  Might have to call the A-Team on this one.

James!: Just because you thrust a wad of money at someone doesn't mean they have to sell you anything. This whole thing was dumb from the start


It's not so much that she refused to sell it as it is that she apparently obtained the property as a result of him giving her power of attorney for whatever reason.
2013-06-20 01:57:52 PM
1 votes:
What a coont.
 
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