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I'm sorry to be so uninformed when it comes to legalities.
One final clarifiation, can this satifaction of the lien be put off until the house is finally sold or can the trustee excercise the power to sell off my cousins portion at any time?
So no matter what my cousin owes, the trustee would get her entire share of the proceeds from the house? If she owed 20,000 and her share of the house is worth 300,000 the trustee would get the entire 300,000?
The botXXXXX XXXXXne is would it be harmful to my mom if my cousin fiels for bankruptcy.
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