Years. need directions on what I need to do or say to the lawyer to move this case on just need help.
answered on Jan 18, 2023
In light of COVID-19s impact on Tenant Eviction, coupled with New York State's affinity towards Tenants, I would suggest the following:
Offer your brother money to "surrender" posession. Offer an amount **inclusive of relocation fees, storage fees, future... Read more »
Our offering plan for a condominium contains a line item in the budget for basic cable service. This was in 1988. How would the association revise or eliminate this item? The fee charged by the cable service is a line item in our current budget. The contract with the Cable Company is for all... Read more »
answered on Aug 2, 2022
Any by-law to a Condominium Offering Plan can be amended by the Board of Managers unanimously voting to pass an AMENDMENT to any particular provision in the existing by-laws.
Speak with any Board Member in this regard to proceed in having this accomplished.
New York State-> Nassau County NOT NYC
Apartment was found by me via Facebook as person posted an apartment was available (no other details). I reached out in a message and communicated with who I assumed was the broker for the property. Went to view the apartment and while in... Read more »
answered on Oct 22, 2021
The Real Estate Industry is a highly regulated industry. Unless this Landlord is a duly licensed New York State Real Estate Broker (you should ask to see credentials), she is prohibited from charging, earning , or a receiving a "broker fee". She is entitled to first... Read more »
i closed on a property in October 2020? one of the contract clause is that the seller will pay the DOB violation. The title company was supposed to pay for the DOB violation from the proceed as agreed. However, i discover the fund was returned to the seller as a "mistake". how i am... Read more »
answered on Apr 2, 2021
Greetings: You should advise the attorney who represented you at closing as to what transpired; have he/she correspond with the Title Company and have them review the "ESCROW AGREEMENT" you signed at closing with respect to this violation.
Best of luck.
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answered on Mar 25, 2021
The short answers are:
1. You can always terminate an attorney client relationship; at anytime;
2. Pursuant to the Statute of Frauds, any binding arrangement regarding real property must be memorialized in writing to be legally enforceable.
I have a brain injury, and live on a disability injury settlement. there was a person at the management company who tried to overcharge me every month, and would send me insults in their monthly statements (I saved all the emails). when I sold the apartment, they told me they can stop the sale if I... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2021
If indeed there was this impropriety as you describe, you would certainly have grounds to sue.
Currently some family members have built houses on the land. We would like to find out how much land she would currently have? We like to built on the land as well. Not sure where to start? Or how much this would all cost. We have asked some family members but no one seems to know anything. Thank... Read more »
answered on Mar 13, 2021
You would need to ascertain who is the vested owner of the property by having a "last deed search" run. Once you are in receipt of the deed, this will reflect who is the "of record" owner of the property. If it is discovered that the land is currently owned by... Read more »
We are in the process of closing on a house. The seller would like to stay 7 days past the closing and pay for it. With Covid 19 what happens if she refuses to move out after the 7 days? Could we get stuck with her as a tenant and not be paid for her stay?
answered on Mar 11, 2021
What you are referring to is called "post posession". This does NOT create a landlord/tenant relationship..whereby if the Seller stays beyond the 7 days...(their attorney should be holding money in escrow as an incentive for you to allow the post possession)..you will... Read more »
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