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Borrower Intervenor

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Junior Member
I live in Louisiana.

I inherited a property from my parents after I was married. My husband and I borrowed money to renovate the property but I only used my income. He is deceased now but going through the paperwork just recently I noticed that he was listed as a borrower intervenor. I need know what that means because he has children and I didn't open succession because I had no idea he had shares in the property.

He did leave a will giving up any rights to the property but that was a formality so that his grown children would not harass me. None of the paperwork that I have has his name listed but I dont have the deeds to the property. The property was paid off after Hurricane Katrina.:


Senior Member
Intervenor means he's not a party (on the deed).

Being a borrower or fixing things up doesn't give him an ownership interest. Unless you deeded something to him, it's still yours.

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