Live-In Aide Has No Continued Right to Occupy Apartment

Facts: A disabled resident received permission to have her son live with her as a live-in aide. The son signed a live-in aide agreement in which he agreed he was an “employee of Lou White” and that he “ha[d] no other rights to the unit. After the resident passed away, the son didn’t vacate the apartment immediately. He spoke to property managers about transferring the unit into his name. He was told he couldn’t live in the two-bedroom unit by himself and that he had no continued right to occupy the unit after his mother’s passing.

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