I am about to purchase a home with 15 acres of land. The deed restrictions says "Domestic Livestock for Personal use only". There is nothing says about how many heads per acre or poultry or any type of animals not allowed.
I don't know that there's any fixed amount, if it's not contained in the deed restrictions. You might want to check with the homeowners' association and see how they've been handling it. They may have rules and an enforcement history that address the issue.
We still maintain the rental relationship.Recently,due to the damage of the house.Tenant is unwilling to take responsibility for repairs.But in our old contract,these damages should be repaired by the tenant.Can I ask him to take responsibility for repairs,even if our contract has... Read more »
When the original term of a lease expires and the tenant stays in the property, the tenant does so under the same terms as the original lease, but becomes a month to month tenant. Your lease appears to have an increased rent amount, but if you've been accepting rent under the old rate for 2-3...Read more »
If there is no will, when someone dies, their property passes under the rules of intestate succession. A chart showing how this works can be found here: https://texaslawhelp.org/sites/default/files/texas_descent_and_distribution_chart.pdf
You should talk to a probate lawyer in your area to...Read more »
I got POA 4 years ago. She was diagnosed with dementia 3 years ago. Her husband has passed away. Her doctors (primary, cardiologist, and neurologist) say she cannot live alone, but she wants to stay at home. I cannot live with her (I am married with 3 kids of my own). Besides the dementia, she has... Read more »
You can certainly provide her with a place to live, but you can't force her to live there. A power of attorney authorizes you to act for her, but doesn't give you the right to control her - for that you would need a guardianship. Her condition may or may not support having a guardian appointed.
What's next (assuming they don't pay, you've sent the proper notices, and your lien is timely) is to file suit to foreclose the lien. For residential projects, the suit must be filed in 1 year; the deadline is 2 years for commercial projects. You can recover interest at 18%, plus...Read more »
If you don't know of a will, and no will has been filed for probate, then your father's estate will pass by the rules of intestate succession. Here's a link to a chart that explains it. https://texaslawhelp.org/sites/default/files/texas_descent_and_distribution_chart.pdf...Read more »
The mother of my child took my daughter away from me when she was 3 yrs. old I have not seen her since. I have not been to court at all, but I was ordered to pay child support. I had no knowledge of such order until I came home. I have not had any contact with her mother or her, She refuses. I... Read more »
I think you're asking what happens when the appellant files their brief and the appellee does not. In that case, the appeals court will make its decision based on the record, and the appellant's arguments.
our land lord told us we could move a shed on to property before we rented it 6 months later he gave us 30 days to leave for altering property it states in lease must have written authorizion to alter property I didn't know that was a alteration
Assuming the shed is not permanently attached to the land, it would not normally be considered an alteration to the property, but it's possible there may be some other lease violation (such as violating HOA restrictions).
In the meantime, if the house has serious maintenance issues...Read more »
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Inheritance is either by will, or by intestate succession. Here's a chart that explains who inherits property if there is no will. https://texaslawhelp.org/sites/default/files/texas_descent_and_distribution_chart.pdf
Probably not, but it's hard to say anything for sure without some context - such as what they said, whether it was true, and the exact reason you were fired. Unless what they said was untrue, and the employer fired you because they believed it (and not for any other reason), I doubt there is...Read more »
The problem is that the contract was from 3/1 /2020 - 3/31/2021 It was originally supposed to be for 12 months. The realtor agent, K, made a mistake on the contract, ending it at the end of March of 2021 instead of the beginning, making it a 13 month contract. I contacted the agent after I signed... Read more »
I suspect that the lease agreement calls for monthly rent, paid in 6 month increments. Just because the lease is silent (if it is) on when other rent payments are due doesn't make it free. If that's correct, then I suggest you first sue the tenant for the unpaid rent, and find a new...Read more »
They have a dress code I have a key but I have a set schedule that is when they are there and when a receptionist is there. I am also paid commission. I am afraid being LLC would hurt me tax wise vs just staying how I am because my write off have gone down since starting with them as I don’t have... Read more »
No, they can't make you have an LLC. However, having one set up properly shouldn't change your tax situation, other than the fact that you'll need to start paying yourself by payroll, with withholding, and keep your business income and expenses separate from your personal income and expenses.
She had no spouse, parents, siblings, or children. She does have 7 nephews/nieces. I want to get this property sold as I'm working on cleaning up my neighborhood. What can I do? Contact the nephew? What then? I know probate can take a while, but I don't think the extended family knows... Read more »
If you think the family doesn't know about the property, you may want to contact them. Maybe you could work a deal to buy the property, after either the probate of the owner's will, or an heirship proceeding to determine who should inherit her property.
The Only way to transfer title to your grandfather's property is to probate the will. The executor, when appointed by the court, will have authority over your grandfather's property, to dispose of it according to the will. Until that happens, no one has authority to sign anything at all...Read more »
This sounds like such an unusual and strange thing to do that I feel certain there is more to this story. However, on the facts stated, you have no damages. The fur will grow back. Although it would be an assault on a person, animals are property.
No. A "PA" means professional association. A “professional association” is defined as an association, as distinguished from a partnership or a corporation, that is formed for the purpose of providing the professional service provided by: doctors of medicine, doctors of osteopathy,...Read more »
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