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I live in NC, but my questions involve property in TN.

My father trusted my brother and nephew to arrange to have his land surveyed, and the land divided among five of the children. It seems that the surveys and deeds to the land going to the half-siblings were shoddily prepared and/or done in a way to purposely entangle the property. Now my brother and nephew are harrassing one of the half-brothers in effort to force him to sell. Can the property easements be used as tool to force brother/nephew to back off? The two pieces of property are at the back, and 2-3 other siblings have easements on their property between these 2 properties and the road.

Can lawyer and surveyor be held accountable for improper preparation of deeds?

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