Perhaps one of the most confusing procedures in the estate court is the confirmed judicial sale of real estate, better known as the «estate sale.» Judicial confirmation of the sale of real estate is required in almost all precautionary proceedings when real estate is sold and is often required in supervised inheritance and judicial proceedings. The purpose of judicial confirmation is to ensure that the best possible price is achieved. Addendum No. 1 (c.a.r. form adm, revised 4/12) the following conditions are included and form an integral part of the housing contract, prefabricated house purchase contract, business purchase contract, housing. After signing the contract of sale and eliminating any eventuality, the attorney for the agent prepares an application to the court to report and confirm the sale. . . .