Q: The lien is not on the deeds it's on the owner's name that attaches to his assets who owned multiple real properties
The owner is deceased and his probate is a limited judgment the PR can't sell or transfer the titles without court approval. There are co-owners on one title that can't sell their interest due to this limited judgment on one probate co-owner. The probate refuses to dismiss the co-owners need relief from this probate.
A: Sounds like you should hire someone to help you with that.
Joanne Reisman agrees with this answer
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