Bathroom sink faucet leaking and stuck in place

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Hi there,

Have an old bathroom sink faucet that is leaking. Thought was a quick replacement but thought wrong--the (hard to reach) bolts attaching the faucet to the sink are stuck as well as the drain (which also needs replacement) even after blasting with PB Blaster. Also, currently, there are no shut-off valves which further complicates things.

Do I just cut the pipe? How could I remove the sink? Suggestions?

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