Daughter wins estate battle, still can’t enter property

July 30, 2013 | Last updated on July 30, 2013
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Elizabeth Plant finally has the keys to her late father’s house, but she’s been ordered by a judge to stay 500 metres away, reports the Toronto Star. This is even though her father left it to her in his will.

Why? Because she repeatedly tried to reclaim the house (even breaking and entering) from her stepmother, who is claiming rights to the property.

This has resulted in a four-month legal battle between Plant and her stepmother. Plant says the latter was separated from the deceased and only moved back into the house to claim it.

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