Honestly? Probably chalk this up to an experience to learn from. When you no longer had the family connection ("ex" father-in-law) you should have removed everything from the house immediately. You could sue them of course, but then you would only get the table if you won. On the...Read more »
My husband told me he met someone on line and gave away thousands of dollars to her. He refused to tell me anything else about this. I had his email password prior to this because I sometimes utilized his computer and watched him put his password in. I went into his email in order to protect my... Read more »
Your question should be put to your attorney. Although your question is straightforward, the answer may not be depending upon unknown facts or information. If you have not yet retained legal counsel, you should do so as soon as possible.
Not necessarily. Prior to a lawsuit being filed, the parties to a dispute, need, controversy, etc. may enter into land agreement(s) which will resolve the dispute, need, controversy, etc. If the agreement is good for both sides, it can save them a great deal of money by not having to litigate the...Read more »
I have texts saying when the trailer should have been moved, the buyer will not respond. I advised the person in early Dec that Jan 17th was deadline and that I would not close if she could not move the home, she said it would be gone ..its Feb 1 and there are still no efforts to remove it. I... Read more »
You state that you spoke with the Superior Court Clerk to learn what to do. By GA law, no person other than an attorney licensed to practice las in GA may answer that question. Under law, if the Clerk had rendered an opinion, she/he could be charged with a crime. You should now direct your...Read more »
The One Party Consent rule means that at least one (1) person to the conversation must know of the conversation being recorded. If only two (2) people are involved in the conversation, then one of the two must know of the conversation being recorded. Given that you won't be a party to the...Read more »
PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM A GEORGIA ATTORNEY. THIS RESPONSE ADDRESSES THE ISSUE ONLY IN THE CONTEXT OF GEORGIA LAW. IF THE ISSUE INVOLVES LAW FROM OTHER STATES, PLEASE CONTACT AN ATTORNEY IN THAT SPECIFIC STATE. Okay. First, unless your name is actually on the deed you won't need to do...Read more »
There have historically been rentals but the last rental is on the market and the person who has it under contract is asking if they can continue renting it out. We, as an HOA, would like to end the rental option due to past experiences. Is this legal? We can vote as an HOA (only 25 homes) next... Read more »
Good question. In the law, there will typically be more than one right answer. However, there will always be a "best" answer too. Real property law has many moving parts - especially when addressing covenants. As there is too much to discuss here in this forum, please accept my answer...Read more »
We are in Union county, outside the city limits of Blairsville. The subdivision covenants and restrictions were created 12/27/1990. There are 9 lots in the subdivision. 4 of which have homes on them. 3 lots just sold and are getting ready to be built on. One of the new owners claim the covenants... Read more »
Your questions will be answered by through review(s) of the property's title chain(s). I suggest you call Cary Cox or the Davenport Firm or David Barrett to meet with as they are all familiar with these issues.
Two marriage licence applied for 10 years apart are on the probate record on in 2011 when we married at the court house . The other issued Jan 21 2020 I had no knowledge or part in at all ? What can I do to unravel his mess of fraud , deception and abuse ?
My dad and his wife owned a mobile home on 2 acres of land. My dad passed in 2014. The mobile home only was transferred to the wife’s daughter in 2015. My dads estate was filed with probate and only included the land. But the mobile home is still sitting on the land with the wife’s daughter... Read more »
Perhaps. You could check the land deed records and the tax assessor's office and possibly other places at your courthouse. However, you should note that as a general rule, the courthouse is not where one would go to find a person. Note, too, that a courthouse is only going to have the...Read more »
I want to back of this deal now and give them their money back. Purchased a house to flip in my name, worked on the deal 1 year 1/2. 2 friends wanted to flip too. I told them I had a house I had been working for for 1 1/2. The 1 friend put in $16,000 to buy the house and quiet the title. The... Read more »
Without disagreeing with my colleague, I would come at the question from a different angle. A very famous law (Statute of Frauds) states the for any contract for the sale of land to be enforceable, it must be in writing. Your specific facts may or may not be challenged or supported by either of...Read more »
We (My wife and I) purchased a vehicle from a dealer and when we bought it the check engine light was not on. We bought the vehicle in TN and drove it to Ga. Before purchasing the vehicle we told the salesmen we needed emissions done in our state. He told us that her does not due emissions. We got... Read more »
Only a new (later) order may change an existing order. If there is an existing custody order in place, then it will remain in force until a subsequent order changes it. You should speak with your attorney about this situation.
okay say this woman and man were married but only his name was on the house deed. They divorced and he married another woman. They seperate and he gets back with previous wife. but never divorces the other woman. but him and the first wife get back together (even though he still married to the... Read more »
The answer to your question is very simple. With all the respect I can muster, you MUST meet with a real estate attorney to ensure that this effort is done properly. If it isn't, you will forever regret your mistake.
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