Yes, it is possible, although I have never heard of one deed for two different home addresses. You would need to separate deeds upon a legal subdivision and since you say it was not subdivided, I don't know how they are classifying this type of property (multiple family home, for example.) So I would first check with the real estate agent to verify whether this was a legal division of the property (followed city laws on getting a separate address). If that is all up and up then yes you should be able to sell your own property independent on what the deed says because only ex mom in laws home has the restrictions.
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