Can an Excutor of an estate sell a house on a Land Contract and sell it to an heir ?
If so, what rights to remaining heir's have to challenge the sale? The appraisal was paid for by the buyers and is considerably lower than a projected value of the home. Heir's previously objected to the executor of the issues with the propsed sale, and slanted (my words) lower value of the home. He agreed that the appraisal was low, yet continued to go foward with the setting up of the Land Contract.
The probate court in this matter knows nothing of the proposed sale, etc.
What, if any, can be challenged? Does an argument exist that warrants petitioning the Probate Court