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I'm confused by your facts. If he has a deed to it, then you have no rights. Yo don't indicate anywhere in the facts that your grandfather owned the property or that the deed the other person has isn't valid. Are you relying on something else as to your rights?
It depends. If s survey shows that you and he other heirs own part of the wetlands then you would have a right to use that part.
A deed only conveys whatever property is owned by the person signing the deed. If they don't own anything then they didn't convey anything by signing the deed. I could sign a deed giving the White House to someone else btu since I don't own the White House then they wouldn't actually own it either.
It sounds like what you need to do is get a lawyer to run a title search on the land and possibly even get a survey done.
We are thinking of asking the surveyor to include land