I'll be brief.
1. The property is a large home in a suburb of Dhaka.
2. The property is now leased to Oxfam Bangladesh.
3. The lessors are my spouse's family. Here's the problem.
4. There are five siblings, a deceased father, a surviving widow who is a permanent resident of the United States.
5. One sibling lives in Bangladesh.
6. The sibling who lives in Bangladesh wants to terminate the lease agreement with Oxfam when it expires next May.
7. That sibling intends to move into the top suite of the home (this is a really big place -- more than 10,000 square feet) and rent the two suites below.
8. Some siblings, all of whom live in the United States and are citizens, do not want the Bangladeshi sibling to take this action; at least one other does not.
7. The question of the property's ownership is fuzzy, as are many things about Bangladesh, I've learned. The siblings' understanding is that the property is co-owned equally by all the siblings and the surviving widow. Yet, the Bangladeshi siblings claims the right to act unilaterally regarding the disposition of the property.
8. The siblings who oppose the Bangladeshi sibling's claim to act unilaterally.
Kinda complicated. Sorry. Let me know if I haven't been clear. Thank you.