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The amount over the taxes and the expense of the sale should be returned to the estate for distribution to the heirs. lwpat

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Q: What do you do when seven years after your father dies without a will and no property taxes had been paid since the year of his death the city takes and sells the property and makes profit?
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Parents made you a deed for property at their death later a cemetery was put on property mother dies now father wants a deed exclusion for cemetery and right a way What is your rights can he force th?

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