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No, that doesn't invalidate the sale but that deed isn't valid.
So you need to file a "corrective deed" describing the events.
For there to be a "clear title" - there has to be a clear chain of ownership and transfers.
But with the property owned by A - then transferred by B - that isn't a clear chain of title
The new owner who got the property from B doesn't have good title - they wouldn't be able to transfer it to someone else because there is a serious "cloud on the title".
So you are going to have to retain a local attorney to draft a "corrective deed" showing all these changes as to title.
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