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Family fights for their own house – Former owner threatens suicide

Created: 09/30/2022, 4:06 p.m

Verzweifelt: Diana und Timo Schulte warten seit mehr als zwei Jahren vergebens darauf, in ihr eigenes Haus einzuziehen.  Zwangsversteigerung Hamm
Desperate: Diana and Timo Schulte have been waiting in vain for more than two years to move into their own house. © Andreas Rother/

Almost three years ago, the Schulte family from Hamm bought a house at auction, but cannot move in. The previous owner lives there and threatens suicide. More on this in this article:

Hamm – Which suicide is more worth preventing? This decision may have to be made by a judge at the district court in Dortmund in a few months. There is a process going on about the house of the Schultein Hamm (NRW) family. She bought it at a foreclosure sale two and a half years ago. But the former owner lives there and threatens suicide if he has to move out, as reported by The case is now taking on more and more abstruse features.

“We shouldn’t have bought the house,” says Diana Schulte quietly. An expert is to assess whether she is also at risk of suicide and whether her condition would deteriorate if the eviction continues. But the appraiser hasn’t been in touch for weeks.

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