Can I have a brother removed from a property if he has an interest in it?

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Can I have a brother removed from a property if he has an interest in it?

My brother has destroyed the property value of the family home. He refuses to pay any bills but will not leave. He is filthy and leaves mold and mildew in the bathroom. Allows his minor son to be with him while he is at home from his truck driving job. I have restored as much value as possible from painting everything but his 2 rooms. We have done a great deal of maintenance and upkeep. He causes roaches and is a health hazard to everyone there with his filth. Do we have any recourse? We have paid off the mortgage and all back taxes since he refuses to pay anything as he knows I will pay.

Asked on February 24, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Tennessee

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