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November 30, 2011

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flushing real estate

When land is under co-ownership of two or more people who cannot agree on what to do with the land, any owner can file a Petition to Partition in the appropriate court.

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A nice explanation of the Petition to partition. But sometimes the partitions can be extremely complicated and if you disagree with the petition in that case you can contact the court and consent to the petition for partition. See related question.

KB

I own a summer home with my four sisters. It has become extremely toxic and acrimonious. If I want to sell my share to one of them (or anyone, for that matter), don't I have to file a Petition to Partion first?

Bacon Wilson Law

KB, thanks for your questions; however, we cannot respond to individual legal inquiries here. Please contact attorney, Hyman Darling at 413.781.0560 or HDarling@BaconWilson.com for legal assistance.

elaine barriera

what happens when two people don"t want to sell a house but they don:t have the money nor can they get the money to by out the third sibling?

Bacon Wilson Law

Elaine, we cannot respond to individual legal inquiries here. Please contact attorney Hyman Darling at 413.781.0560 or HDarling@BaconWilson.com for legal assistance.

jack rogers

I want to partition my share of an undivided property (land) do I need consent of other 2 owners

jack rogers

What is the official process of partition and cost

Bacon Wilson Law

Jack Rogers, thanks for your comments. We are unable to answer legal questions here, so please contact attorney Hyman Darling at 413.781.0560 or HDarling@BaconWilson.com for assistance.

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