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Tenants in common. Can I sell my part???

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What is the name of your state? Florida

I own 50% of a condo in Florida. Me and the other co owner do not get along. I was told he could buy me out and that was my only option. Is this true??? He refuses to buy me out, can I sell or rent my part? This was no agreement signed that states otherwise. Just both of our names on the deed. Please help
Typically each State has a method to resolve property disputes that appear to be deadlocked. In Illinois the property owner who wants out can file a partition action to force a sale of the property. You will need to consult with a Florida real esate attorney to develop your options.
 


#17
Typically each State has a method to resolve property disputes that appear to be deadlocked. In Illinois the property owner who wants out can file a partition action to force a sale of the property. You will need to consult with a Florida real esate attorney to develop your options.
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