The offspring of my grandfather were not able to judicially subdivide the property. The title still bears the name of our great grandfather. My father (A) is the only remaining direct heir of the land. However, the sons of the two brothers of my father (B and C) are also designated heirs to the land.
Now, there's a prospective buyer to the land. However, A does not agree with the terms set by the buyer. B and C would like to sell their portions to the buyer. Can B and C just go ahead and sell their portions even if A would not want any part in the transaction?
Your advice on this matter will be appreciated.