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Asked on: 7/24/13, 12:04 pm

Hello.. Quick question: If their are six owners to a home (brothers & sisters) & an amount of money was spent on repairs & to remodel

the home, & one of the six.. advanced the money to pay for the repairs & remodel the home. And it was agreed that the cost would be split in six

fair portions at time of sale from the profits. Since that verbal agreement one of the six had a falling out with the one who advanced the

money. Can a lein (cloud) from the other owners be put on the house, so that at time of sale that person would be forced to pay their fair

share of the remodeling to get their share of the profits.

Can the one remaining person refuse to sign at the time of the sale of the home, therfore blocking the sale of the home?

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