It sometimes happens that there are one or more unprobated estates in an owner’s chain of title. Or, the owner may have acquired the property at a tax sale. Both of these situations are frequent reasons why the owner has to file a suit to remove any resulting cloud on the property’s title. Often, the person is the high bidder at the annual County tax sale, is eventually deeded the property, and then wants to sell it, but is unable to convey clear title until a judge signs an order finding that the tax sale procedure was followed exactly as required by statute. I can advise you what you need to do in such situations.