Maurice Laboz the real estate millionaire and New York landlord has died leaving US$ 27 million to his two daughters. But he has put strict controls oh what they have to do to get it.

Marlena, 21, and Victoria, 17 have been promised $13 million each when they turn 35. But their father’s will stipulates some high handed and downright controlling conditions for them.

Marlena will inherit $687,000 for marrying, but only if the husband signs a prenuptial excluding him from any of it.

She then is able to access another $1 million if she graduates ‘from an accredited university’. Plus she has to write ‘100 words or less describing what she intends to do with the funds.’ The will’s trustees appointed by her father will decide whether to approve the release of funds.

Both girls are guaranteed an annual payout three times their income – thus giving them a big incentive to get high-paying jobs.

The trustees have been authorised to release 3 per cent of the value of the trust every January 1 for the daughters if they have children and don’t work outside the house. But the children MUST be born in wedlock.

This 3 per cent will also be released if one (or both) of them act as caregiver to their mother Ewa Laboz, 58.

Ewa was cut out of the will entirely as Maurice was in the process of divorcing her.

Ewa is contesting the will as she claims she was still married to Maurice at the time of his death.

Maurice Laboz signed the will in April of 2014 – nine months prior to his demise.

He made it clear his wife had signed a prenuptial agreement which ‘limits her rights’.

Laboz also donates large amounts to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s research and Meals on Wheels.

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