Need your expert advice.
Here's the scenario - a MOA was signed among 4 siblings for division of a property that is still on Mother Title, no Extra Judicial Partition, unpaid taxes.
Unfortunately, 1 of them died.
1. Does the MOA carry on/continues to serve its purpose or is it nullified upon the death of 1 participant?
2. Does the responsibility (monetary) automatically goes to next of kin (his kids)?
3. and most importantly, If the MOA deems to be unfair to other participants, can those participants contest the said MOA before going to the process of getting (EJP) and paying the taxes and finally getting the clean title.
The geographical location of the property is divided into 2 (4kms away from the other).
Highway worth 40m (4 hectares)
highlands worth 4m (4 hectares)
Inadvertently, the MOA states that each participant gains equal share of land, without realizing the value. 2 party got the Highway Area and the other 2 got the Highlands. The price discrepancy is at 1:10 ratio which ultimately leads me to this question:
Can I contest the said MOA given that the price difference is so lopsided and the fact that 1 participant has died, still on Mother Title, no extrajudicial partition, unpaid taxes?
I know its safe to assume that Mutual Talks serves as the best solution but if the other party does not agree, I would like to know if I can contest this MOA.
Thank you for your response.