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In reviewing the section you quoted me, I have only one last

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In reviewing the section you quoted me, I have only one last question.

"Each of the following persons shall be made a party to the action:
1. Every person having an undivided share, in possession or otherwise,
in the property, as tenant in fee, for life, by the curtesy or for
years;


What is meant by an undivided share? Does this benefit my sister and I, who together own 2/3rd and we are not afraid to use it!
My niece and nephew have inherited their mothers 1/3. I understand this to mean that I own 1/3, LaVerne (my sister) owns 1/3 and jewel and Jason share 1/3.
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An undivided interest in real property means that you have the right to the use and possession of the whole property even though you own only a proportionate interest. It does not give you or your sister any benefit, just that you may hold a large portion. If they took their mothers share, their 1/3 interest may be split, with each having 1/6.
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