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I am one of three defendants in a partition lawsuit . The plaintiffs have not accepted our offer to buyout their shares . All shares are equal . I understand that if the plaintiffs don't agree to the defendants' offer that the judge will order the property put on the market to be sold by a realtor . The defendants are not contesting the partition . What is the time period in Michigan that the property would be permitted to remain on the market ? If the property doesn't sell within that period of time , would the defendants still be able to buy out the plaintiffs' shares ? Or does the sale step of the partition process continue until the equity is gone ?