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Unfortunately the question you ask is outside the scope of a real estate agent. If you can rent the property depends on the provisions of the will/trust and I would recommend that you contact a real estate attorney to give you the proper advice. Check in the yellow pages for attorneys who specialize in estate planning, or ask your friends for a recommendation.
Good luck to you.
I agree with Patrick - you need to talk to the attorney representing the trust. However, I donâ€™t see how she can stop you if all of those in the trust wish to proceed in a different direction. Iâ€™m no attorney, however â€¦