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Section 2127.10 | Action to sell real property.


An action to obtain authority to sell real property shall be commenced by the executor, administrator, or guardian by filing a complaint with the probate court.

The complaint shall contain a description of the real property proposed to be sold and its value, as near as can be ascertained, a statement of the nature of the interest of the decedent or ward in the real property, a recital of all mortgages and liens upon and adverse interests in the real property, the facts showing the reason or necessity for the sale, and any additional facts necessary to constitute the cause of action under the section of the Revised Code on which the action is predicated.

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