Per the registered final Will of my late grandfather, the land he owned in Kerala was bequeathed to me and my brother for us to jointly own after his death. However, the added the following conditions in the Will:
1. You both shall take joint possession of the land after my death and pay the property taxes
2. I do not grant you the right to sell the land to a third person or entity
3. In case one of you needs to sell his half due to some hardship, then you can only sell the land to your brother
4. If either one of you decides to sells your half to a third person or entity, then your brother has the right to challenge the transaction and have it deemed null and void
We are not sure what the above clauses in the Will means to us in terms of selling the land as we both do not live in Kerala and do not intend to live there in the future. We both would like to sell the land and split the proceeds, but not sure if the terms above will let us do that. Can someone please provide us with some guidance on how best to proceed to enable us to sell the property, if that's possible?