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Section 2127.07 | Real property subject to sale.


Any interest in real property, whether legal or equitable, that the deceased had a right to sell or dispose of at the time of the deceased's death, or of which the ward was seized at the time the action was brought, including coal, iron ore, limestone, fireclay, or other mineral upon or under the real property, or the right to mine them, may be sold by an executor, administrator, or guardian under sections 2127.01 to 2127.43 of the Revised Code. This section does not give an executor or administrator with the will annexed authority to sell real property for the payment of legacies, other than as charged by the testator or by operation of law. This section does not give a guardian authority to sell an equitable estate in real property placed by deed of trust, beyond the power of the ward to sell, convey, or assign.

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