My question involves personal property located in the State of: Georgia
I am the personal representative of deceased parent whose estate includes a mobile home located on another relative's land. The mobile home is occupied by a (third party) renter who has rented the home for at least the last 15 years. Both parties inherited the properties after said tenant was already there. The mobile home is over 30 years old and deemed unfit to be safely moved. A verbal agreement has been in place between both parties for the past 12 years wherefore the landowner agreed to allow the mobile home owner to keep all rental income in exchange for similar considerations regarding another property which is jointly owned. I was notified verbally by landowner that the mobile home must be moved immediately as they wish to sell the land to another party. I see my options as follows: 1) ignore notification 2) buy land from landowner 3) evict tenant and remove mobile home as requested. Options 1 & 2 are not viable and option 3 seems unfair to both the estate and the 3rd party long time tenant. Please advise, are there other viable options? Thank you.