My sister and I want to sell the house that my parents left to US - their children. My nephew is living in the house (his mother, my older sister is deceased so he and his sister own the other 1/3).
My nephew agreed to keep the property up and keep the taxes and water bill paid. They (him and his wife signed an agreement. They breached the agreement. And now I am going to send them a notice to vacate. But, I am told that the partition would be the easiest if not the most profitable way to go because they (my niece and nephew do own their mothers 1/3 because of the "tenants in commom" issue. My sister and I want to sell the property because my nephew living in the property - not paying any rent - is actually not fair to my kids or my sisters son who all have managed to find jobs and their own place to live and pay rent to do so. So I don't intend to let my nephew stay in that house for another year.
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