I'm involved in an extremely complex and expensive legal wrangle . My mum and brother lived in a council house. NWBC were asked if my brother could have the tenancy because if we couldn't we'd buy it. NWBC said yes, he'll be asked to downsize but couldn't be made to. This was three years ago. two and a half years ago mum had a stroke just before new year and was taken to hospital . she stayed there for four months. once she went into the home NWBC changed their minds, said dad signed the original tenancy agreement and wanted the house back. I then asked mum if she wanted us to buy it, which she said yes . Got her to sign the paper work. NWBC refused it, saying that they were suspending it pending a mental health assessment. mum died one and a half years ago. It's now come out that NWBC changed their records from dads sole name as on the original tenancy agreement to mums sole name, even though there's apparently no tenancy agreement in her name. dad signed it 15th Jan 1957, by the 21st Jan 1957 their records listed mum as sole tenant. All rent cards were in mums name, all debt cards were in mums name. added to the fact that i see no proof that mum was mentally incapable of signing the right to buy at the time that she signed it, and a deprivation of Liberties Safeguarding can't be used to ascertain mental health for financial reasons. I think we have a good case. it costing a small fortune though. as you know i'm on the sick at the moment. I'm put a fundraiser for 12k on Go fund me but not having much luck because of the right to buy element . It's not actually me that's buying it, I'm being took to court as mums representative. If these financial decisions had been sorted before her death non of this would have happened.