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    nancy wales is offline Junior Member
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    forced partition law suit on our farm

    undefinedWhat is the name of your state?Missouri Any info on how to appeal a part of the action in a court house
    steps partition sale. We don't want to throw out the sale, but the action of the other party and their lawyer in an ad for the sale was erroneous.
    There has not been one of these sales in our county in at least 50 years
    and no one seems to know what to do. This was not a bankruptcy or
    foreclosure. A family farm was being sold because two parties couldn't agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nancy wales
    undefinedWhat is the name of your state?Missouri Any info on how to appeal a part of the action in a court house
    steps partition sale. We don't want to throw out the sale, but the action of the other party and their lawyer in an ad for the sale was erroneous.
    There has not been one of these sales in our county in at least 50 years
    and no one seems to know what to do. This was not a bankruptcy or
    foreclosure. A family farm was being sold because two parties couldn't agree.

    **A: confusing post. What are you actually asking?
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    1. Two owners of a family farm are involved in a Partition for Sale suit.

    2. The judge in the suit has ordered the family farm sold at the courthouse steps.

    3. In proceeding with the sale, someone placed an ad with specific information regarding the sale.

    4. Certain information in the ad was incorrect.

    5. That certain information may or may not affect the price paid for the sale of the family farm.

    6. Our poster wonders if there are legal means to stop the sale until the incorrect information can be corrected.

    Is that about right?
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    [QUOTE=nancy wales]undefinedWhat is the name of your state?Missouri Any info on how to appeal a part of the action in a court house
    steps partition sale.


    **A: Breezy, do you understand the part about appeal a part of the action in a court house steps partition sale**************.....?
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    [QUOTE=HomeGuru]
    Quote Originally Posted by nancy wales
    undefinedWhat is the name of your state?Missouri Any info on how to appeal a part of the action in a court house
    steps partition sale.


    **A: Breezy, do you understand the part about appeal a part of the action in a court house steps partition sale**************.....?
    Point number 6
    I learned gibberish during my travels with Gulliver
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelizeBreeze
    Point number 6
    I learned gibberish during my travels with Gulliver

    **A: are you sure your travels were not with gall and liver?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeGuru
    **A: are you sure your travels were not with gall and liver?
    Gail maybe, but Liver would have been left on the side of the road and I would have take Fried Onions in his place
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    Quote Originally Posted by nancy wales
    undefinedWhat is the name of your state?Missouri Any info on how to appeal a part of the action in a court house
    steps partition sale. We don't want to throw out the sale, but the action of the other party and their lawyer in an ad for the sale was erroneous.
    There has not been one of these sales in our county in at least 50 years
    and no one seems to know what to do. This was not a bankruptcy or
    foreclosure. A family farm was being sold because two parties couldn't agree.
    [url]http://www.moga.state.mo.us/STATUTES/C528.HTM[/url]

    Read that statute and then tell me what is wrong with the sale.

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