Can any one of the siblings sell property Can any one of the siblings sell property

If a will is on the name of three siblings, then can any one of the siblings sell property without permission of other siblings?

Anik

Responded 2 weeks ago

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A.Dear client, if the property is in name of more than one person than the permission of all the person is needed to sell the property.
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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Responded 1 month ago

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A.Dear Sir,
No, if property is not de-marketed then one of the beneficiary of the Will cannot sell unless it is probated and individual names are accepted in the concerned property records.
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