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She has absolutely no case. She agreed to the deal when she sold it and signed the release. She doesn't now, with 20-20 hindsight decide that she wants to change the deal. I'm sure had the situation been reversed and the property decreased in value, she wouldn't be voluntarily giving the rest of you money back. She can bitch and moan all she wants, she has no cause of action and is entitled to nothing. If you sell something, you no longer have any control over it; and any subsequent sale has no relevance to you any longer. Her claim is laughable!
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She's not going to have any grounds to contest the buyout. For her to prevail in any kind of contest, she would have to prove duress, coercion, fraud, and/or undue influence. She simply wants to change her mind here because the property appreciated rather than depreciated. Any court is going to see this exactly for what it is.