Thank you for the prompt acknowledgement. I have been out for the day only returning mid evening.
I am 95% sure that the parcel of land in question was not sold with the rest of the Estate in 1923. Certainly for the purposes of the advice I need now it can be assumed that it was not.
However, one point before you proceed please -
When I posed my question this morning it was on the basis that one of your Expert colleagues under the name of 'Senior Partner' was to field the question and respond.
I have had advice from him or her in the past and know that he or she is a specialist within the Probate field with substantial professional practising experience behind them.
I am conscious that my question is an unusual one and I think will rely upon significant experience within that field to a greater extent than usual.
I can see that you have an impressive track record in the provision of advice in your capacity as a Just Answer Expert but across a huge width of the spectrum of the many different areas of legal work.
However, I have doubt as to whether anyone - however talented - covering pretty well all non contentious fields as well as contentious fields (both civil and criminal) could provide me with advice which advances my understanding of the position at this stage.
I had assumed that 'Senior Partner' would be dealing with this as the banner on my Just Answer Page indicated.
With sincere respect for your obvious professional ability generally, unless you are confident that you will be able to provide authoritative advice on this ( non mainstream ) topic I would prefer that my question be referred to your moderator to check why 'Senior Partner' is not dealing with it as Just Answer's web page indicated when I elected to ask the question.