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Q: my brothers are not agree to sell land. so how can i sell my particular part of land. please help from pune maharastra.

1 Lawyer Answer
Michael Zamzow
Michael Zamzow
  • Real Estate Law Lawyer
  • Grand Rapids, MI

A: Dependent on your jurisdiction.

At common law land held concurrently, by several people, permits all persons the right to the enjoyment and possession of the land at the same time. (Generally,) There are three primary types of concurrent ownership. As a result, your right to 'sell' the land will depend on the type of ownership you have.

Across all three major types, two that are 'possible' here, you always have the right to agree to sell your ownership interest to your brothers. You might have a right to file a suit for partition (by division or sale). And if you are a tenant in common, and if you can find a buyer, you can sell your 'share' in the property.

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