Q: My grandma passed and left alot of land to my mother, brother, sister and I.
There was almost 600 acres there and i owned part in every bit of it. Well I recwntly moved back into town and heard that my mom has sold all of the land and my siblings got the suarw of money that was rightfully theirs, but I was just completely cut out all together. There is probably 600,000 dollars in land that I Myself own. Should i go after the guy who bought it kbowing that I owned part of it wjen he bought it, or should I go after my mother? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
A: You have only stated you got an ownership interest in the Property from your Grandmother. However you have not stated how this came about, such as a Deed, Will or an Inheritance. You will need a Title Search at a minimum, and possibly an Affidavit of Heirship. If you are actually a Tenant In Common or Remainderman, then you will have to sue everybody involved in Chancery. The Action will probably be an Ejectment Suit which is very difficult. All interested Parties must either be Plaintiffs or Defendants, and it must be filed within Seven Years your vesting in Title.
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