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Was there probate filed here , some more information please so I may help you .
Well the executor can seek court order to sell it through the probate court.This is really the easiest thing to do.The order would state the court finds that sale is in the best interests of the heirs and awards clear title here to the executor.The executor then can do a court orders sale with clear title.
The other option is a suit to quiet title and have again a court order awarding you clear title.If probate has been closed here then this is your legal option.Since dad the grantor is deceased he cannot quitclaim to you here.You need a court order to clear title.Such a suit may be your best option if probate is closed.
This isn't that complicated, you file suit they post notice and you go tot court and get clear title , the actual order gives you clear title.Then you own it free and clear.
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A "quiet title suit" is a judicial proceeding to remove a cloud or clouds on a title to real property.A cloud on title is an interest or lien that appears to affect the title.Here the restriction on the building is such a cloud and you need the court to award
you clear and complete title.