If he cannot do that he will have to make payments for another year.
Your ability to sell your current property is not something he really wants to think about as if you try and do it at this point (which his IVA company would probably agree to) that would mean any equity from his side would go to paying off his creditors.
I am assuming that his IVA company know about the property he has inherited.
You need to seek legal advice to understand what your options are and get an independent view.
You should seek legal advice about your own property and his entitlement. If sold, some of his share would go to his creditors so you need to protect the property from them both.
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