Need to protect two properties with a cloud to protect. So that brother/trustee does not borrow or try to sell the property.
You do not provide a legal basis for the trustee not to be able to sell or borrow against the property. In fact the trust probably allows him to do just that. If not, you still would have to wait until he actually breaches before you can take any action and the first step would be through a court action which may give you the right at that time to put a lis pendens on the property.
You can put a lis pendent on the property, BUT there must be a court action first AND if it is not called for you will be liable for Slander of Title.
When the person gives you money, the person has an attorney and the attorney has a client, but not until then. Inspired by words of Abraham Lincoln
The Trust documents will state what the Trustee (presumably brother here) is or is not authorized to do. Not every Trust agreement is the same. You have a right to request a copy of the Trust, if you are a beneficiary under it. You will need an attorney to help you determine your rights under the Trust, investigate whether the properties are properly titled in the Trust, and whether a court action and Lis Pendens are warranted. In a Trust situation, there is no oversight by the court, so it is up to the beneficiaries to checks the Trustee actions and enforces it by filing a court action when warranted.
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