Breach of fiduciary duty?

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Uncle passed away, my mom is personal rep and probate is unsupervised. I’m trying to buy uncles house. Its estimated value is 230000, but it’s had zero upgrades and needs about $18,000 worth of work. I made an offer for 200,000 but one interested party wants to try to sell it for 275,000. Can my mom sell the house without approval of amount from other party to me or anyone? What actions would constitute a breach of fiduciary duty here?

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Posted by Anonymous
Asked on July 25, 2020 10:52 am
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If your calculations are correct you have nothing to worry about because the market value is significantly less than the asking price.
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Answered on July 26, 2020 3:30 pm