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As the flat was in both their names and it was to go to the survivor if anything should happen to any of them, the flat now belongs to my daughter. The house was in her partners name but my wife went through the courts to get her name on the property because the property passed on to her children. They were twelve and nine at the time and since her partner had not been paying the mortgage payment insurance the mortgage should have be passed on to them but obviously they were too young. The grandparent is now saying that my daughter was not entitled to claim the money back from the estate and said they were not consulted. But my daughter did everything correctly and went through the courts and they decided how much of the estate would be left to be divided between the children.
The grandparent says the original sum left from the estate should go to the children but the courts decided my daughter was entitled to her part of the estate.
Can the grandparent do anything to stop my daughter purchasing her new property?