Virginia  |  Social Security Law

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Asked on: 5/15/02, 11:34 pm

ssi/heir property

Claim for ssi denied because of heir property (land, no buildings, asset jointly owned by seven individuals, none of whom are willing to sell). Claimant elderly, disabled & unmarried & otherwise meets all requirements. Claimant's share $2,230.00 or $230.00 over limit of $2,000.00 for ssi (supplemental security income). Social Security advises sell and/or show reasonable attempts to sell entire share. Deed at courthouse listed in name other than claimant and et al. Only indication on deed showing claimant's name and other individuals is handwritten at top of page with no signatures other than those of the original owner (now deceased) and individual from whom land was originally purchased. Can claimant legally sell without consent of others?

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