Yes, because you have a right of return on the family property.
However, for this right to apply:
- the real estate must always be in the estate of your brother upon his death. If he sold the property then this right of return can not apply.
- The deceased must not leave any descendant, father or mother and his succession must be devolved intestate (without dispositions of last wishes like a will ).
The right of return does not relate to the whole property, but to half the property given. And contrary to that of the parents it is not of public order. Your brother was able to write a will to remove it.