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Deed with joint tenancy doesn't mention right of survivorship
My father purchased land with seller to buyer financing. Because my dad was a single unmarried man and it was seller financing , the seller asked my dad to put someone as a joint owner on the deed ( to keep making the payments in the event my dad passed). My dad put my oldest sister as a joint tenant /owner as he was advised at the tittle company . I don't think he fully understood. My sister never made one single payment I have all checks to prove. She didn't even know she was a joint owner. My dad mentioned to mother, friends and to siblings me many times my sister wasn't the real owner it was just for security bc the seller required security of receiving continuing payments.
My father sadly passed, and now my sister doesn't want to change title practically keep the land to herself. The document doesn't specify right of survivorship just say joint tenant can that help? Everyone knows my dads true intent we were all children from the same mother he loved us all the same. I feel he didn't know what joint tenancy was and just signed. I am really worried bc my sister is taking over the property and not allowing entrance.
What can I use as defenses , thanks.