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Answered 3 hours ago by R. Sam Price
You can sell the property as soon as you have title to it.
Answered 10 hours ago by Charles H. Sanford, Esq.
Sir/madame, If you really can't get the satisfaction, then, unfortunately, you'd have to sue to quiet title.
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