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What to do if my sibling signed a purchase and sale agreement as one of the sellers but won't leave the home so that the buyer can make repairs?

Question Details: My 2 siblings and I are selling a home that we inherited; we are all now on the title. However 1 sibling has been "squatting" in it. We found a buyer to buy "as is". However, the buyer needs to do improvements in order to qualify for a loan. The sibling who is living in the house told he would get to stay in hotel for few days during improvements. We all 3 signed RPA. Now sibling said he won't get out and doesn't want to let workers in? So 2 of 3 siblings want to sell and want to let carpet and window repair team in the house. What can we do?

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