Two sisters in their twenties are in a lawsuit in Argentina after marrying a few rich eighty brothers and inheriting their farmland, according to local reports published Tuesday.
Norma Titti, the 40-year-old daughter of one of the brothers, is trying to reclaim possession of her family's farm, which passed to one of the women after two of the brothers died.
Liliana Basualdo received two-thirds of the 362-acre plot after the death of Titti & # 39; s uncle, whom she married in 2008 when she was only 22 years old.
The country belonged to Titti & # 39; s father and her two uncles in La Para, a rural town of 3,500 people in the central province of Cordoba.
Basualdo had known the three older Titti brothers since she was a nine-year-old girl because her parents had worked on their land.
At the age of 15 she started working in the milking parlor of the farm and soon became romantically involved with the oldest Titti brother, Isidro, whom she married when he was 80.
Liliana Basualdo inherited two thirds of 362 acres of farmland in central Argentina in 2010 two years after she married the then 80-year-old Isidro Titti
Nilda Basualdo married the 84-year-old brother-in-law of her sister in 2016
Norma Titti (photo) claims that his uncle's widow, Liliana Basualdo, and her sister, Nilda Basualdo, have drawn up a plan to preserve the legacy of her family
The couple had a daughter before Isidro died in 2010. The child is now nine years old.
A few months after Isidro's death, his brother Ciriaco Titti died, also in his eighties, and the inheritance sky of Basualdo shot up.
In his will, Ciriaco ordered that one third of the family land be transferred to Basualdo, the wife of his older brother.
Liliana & # 39; s younger sister, Nilda Basualdo, then married Pedro in 2016.
Norma tried to normalize her relationship with her father, Pedro, around the same time, but said the two sisters were trying to protect her father from her, according to the Argentine television station El Doce TV.
& # 39; I had no relationship with my uncles since she was [Liliana] entered their life it was impossible to get close to my father, & said Norma.
& # 39; I noticed that he became very nervous when we crossed paths in the city. & # 39;
In 2016, a court ruled that Pedro, then 84 years old, was mentally unfit and limited his ability to manage the family's daily business transactions.
Norma, a mother of three, then went to court to argue that the marriage had to be annulled because her father was not coherent.
The marriage was disqualified two months after Pedro died in June 2018. However, Nilda appealed the decision and is still waiting for a decision.
If the court decides in favor of Nilda, the sisters have full control of the land.
Isidro Titti (photo) married Liliana Basualdo in 2008. He left her a legacy of one third of the family's 362 hectares in La Para, a rural town of 3,500 people in the central Argentine province of Cordoba
Before he died shortly after his brother Isidro in 2010, Ciriaco Titti (photo) added his brother's wife Liliana to be the benefactor of his will
A court ruled in 2016 that Pedro Titti (left) was mentally unfit to make decisions in his family business, but he married Nilda Basualdo. The marriage was annulled by a court in August 2018, two months after his death
According to Infobae, Liliana said the marriage between her sister and Norma's father was legitimate.
& # 39; They made the decision to get married. Nobody forced them to do that. & # 39;
& # 39; You give him breakfast, take him to the doctor, clean him, accompany him. There was no intimacy, & she added.
& # 39; We have cared for Pedro with great honor and affection until the last day. & # 39;
Liliana Basualdo (photo) said the niece of her deceased husband is trying to make the legacy that her uncles never took in her
Norma's fear is that the Basualdo sisters will eventually sell the land. Every hectare, where the cattle is raised, has a value between $ 8,000 and $ 10,000.
Liliana owns 176 of the 362 hectares pending the decision of the court and they are rented out until 2021. She has already sold some land to pay her legal costs.
Norma & # 39; s father, Pedro, owned 41 hectares, but Liliana claims that his daughter is out to get her hands on at least 120 hectares.
& # 39; This girl is desperate to collect an inheritance. I'm not a millionaire or something. "I'm not going to sell the land, I'm not going to touch it because it's mine and my daughter's, and I'm living off it," said Liliana.