1. If it the surviving children of your grandfather, at the date when he died, who will share equally in his estate. Accordingly, it is these people who will inherit your grandfather's assets, provided his wife/grandmother died before him. Secondly, you should get a solicitor/law agent to carry out the search for you in the Registry of Deeds. You will not get a search carried out for you. You need to do this yourself or have someone do it for you. Be aware that each of these estate of the deceased grandfather and so forth will have to be lawfully administered to give good title. Title obtained by adverse possession is only a possessory title and is less saleable than if the thing is done properly and the estates of the deceased persons administered.
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