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One of my clients has failed to pay the remainder of an invoice ($2000) that was due months ago. Every month I remind him and he comes up with excuses. I've been very patient and understanding but its been too long and I want to take legal action.
Two people listed on the recorded mortgage but only one of them on the recorded property deed. What weight, if any, does the other (not on recorded deed) on the mortgage have in regards to ownership of the property?
Rights of survivorship are generally applicable to deeds, whether by tenancy by the entirety or joint tenants with rights of survivorship. Ancillary Promissory Notes and Mortgages would need to be analyzed independently.
Other than stating that every partner was not paid, you include no other facts. Try to avoid litigation. Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.
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