Thank you for your response.
Please accept my apologies for my delay in responding to you.
If your niece is the beneficiary of your daughters estate then the beneificial interest in respect of the holiday home will now be hers.
Your niece you make an application to your local county court for a declaration of interest in respect of the property ( to confirm what her interest in the property is) and also for an order for sale. These types of applications are dealt with in respect of the law relation to the Trust of Land Act.
Given that this is a holiday home and not your main home then I am sorry to say that a Judge may well order that the property can be sold so that he interest can be realised if agreement cannot be reached between you.
I would suggest that you open a line of commuication with your niece as to when he interest will be repaid - perhaps in installments or give her an indication as to when you are considering selling the property. Your niece might be quite happy to wait.
Mediation is also a good way of reaching resolution between you without the need to have matters in court. There are lots of mediation services and there will be one local to you. If you google family mediation in your area and give them a call to get the ball rolling.
Do let me know if I can assist further
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