Kansas  |  Real Estate Law

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Asked on: 6/26/10, 2:58 pm

My great grand parents had land in Kansas, in the Will it was said to never be sold. Years later my grand fathers brother, got in some trouble with a horse rancher. The rancher stated he would take the land which states in the Will to never be sold, as payment for what was owed on the horses. From my understanding the land was sold. I'm 44 and when I was around 13 a lawyer came to my grand ma's house in Enid , Oklahoma stating she had a claim to this land, but nothing was ever done about it, she declined to get involved. I'm only a grand son but was wondering if there is a statute of limitations on this land. Any answers would be helpful. I know there is lots of loose ends, and I don't know all the facts. Thanks for any help

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