Depends on how title to the property is held; whether daughter has contributed any money to the house over the 20 years. She most likely has a claim of some degree that can keep her there. She needs to talk to a lawyer immediately.
If you signed a Note and a Mortgage or Deed of Trust, then you have pay the lender or it will Foreclose. If you did not get a Deed, then you are not the Notemaker and Mortgagor. Only when the Note is Released of record do you not pay anymore.
I was not asked to pay any application or reservation fees at the time. I also never finished the application process (did not provide pay stubs or pet information) and backed out mid-way through because I decided on another location. The leasing office told me (in writing) I did not owe them any... Read more »
You don’t owe them any money (unless you signed something agreeing to pay) so do t pay them any money. It’s not worth look egss as l action at this point but you might want to write them a letter saying debt not owed.
The tax owed is a lien against the land, not the owner personally. Owner's name is listed so he gets a tax bill. Notify the County taxing authorities of the change of ownership, but do not be surprised nothing changes until the deed is of record.
I purchased 85 acres in February of 2022. I did not have it surveyed. My 73yo neighbor (in declining health) has lived on his property for over 40 years. He tells me he has no idea where our property line is located. But if you were to look at the map of the real estate listing, and you were to... Read more »
You and your predecessors in title have probably already acquiesced to the boundary. Survey at least the boundary line and get a KY lawyer to draft/execute a boundary line agreement to be recorded. You might go after your buyer on a warranty deed, but it would be expensive and doubtful. Tax...Read more »
I am set to be 1/3 heir of my grandfathers estate. Guardianship of my grandfather was recently granted to his friend, who also happens to be the eventual executor of his will. He was placed in an assisted living facility, and his home is currently vacant.
No. The rental and the sale both will have to be at full fair market value in order to preserve your grandfathers estate. You may be able to rent it and buy it later, but they will both have to be at fair market value.
Office to have it transferred they told me that the previous owner filed for a lost/duplicate title and that the title I have is not good. Is that perjury on the previous owner because he filed for a lost title after selling the boat?
My father passed away in 2020 living myself and my two sisters as beneficiaries. During the probate process all his assets were divided out between us and the real estate was stated that we all three own it. Last week my sister's put the real estate up for sale without my knowledge. I do not... Read more »
They cannot sell without your signature. However, if you refuse to cooperate, they can bring a partition action against you to force a sale, and that will be very expensive, and the court fees and costs will come off the top or might even possibly be charged to you.
Both the estate and the co-signer are still liable for the mortgage. From there, it Depends on whether the co-signer wants the property and is willing to finish paying the mortgage. Also depends on how title was held to the property. Lastly, if no agreement is reached, the court will simply...Read more »
If you are not feeling safe and he is threatening you, then you must prosecute the father as fully as possible. Get a restraining order if you need to. If she does not allow you to feel safe or threatens you, you need a divorce. This is no longer a healthy relationship; you are no longer...Read more »
You would need to re-post your question under Kentucky since the property is located in Kentucky. The laws are different from state to state. Unless the land is tribal land and your mother was a registered member of the tribe or there is some special law in the State of Kentucky regarding Native...Read more »
We are using the owners attorney to draft The contract. Is it normal for there to be buyers protection for fire, foundation falls in or any other uninhabitable disaster? I haven’t met to review but I would like to know if something catastrophic happened I wouldn’t be paying for a home I can’t... Read more »
I was going to build a garage on back of the property hire company got permits pour the 24'x40' concrete slab two day after that neighbor came over and told me that we have restrictive covenants so i stop the project.
Initially you need to hire a competent KY attorney to search your Title. Carefully review any Restrictive Covenants, and determine what can be built without violating them. Remember it is up to others with a legitimate interest (and thus Standing) to sue you for an injunction. You might...Read more »
My wife and I had a piece of property in both of our names. If she died without a will, can I immediately deed it to someone or does it have to go through probate. If it didn't go through probate, will the deed be legal if I did it anyway?
You really need to speak with a probate attorney before you transfer anything. If the deed was held as joint tenants with right of survivorship, you probably can but you need to make sure there are no adverse ramifications if you do.
You must search your title first, then the tower's. If no conveyances or easements are found benefitting the cell people, then hire a very competent KY attorney to sue for Ejectment, Trespass, Breach of Warranties, amongst other causes of actions. The road may be a Prescriptive Easement...Read more »
Property in Kentucky is in the name of the original owner, who died in 1993 without a will. None of her children lived in Kentucky. Taxes have since been paid by three of her four children, the last of whom died in 2021. Her one surviving child has never paid any of the taxes. By Kentucky law, who... Read more »
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