I've received a three day eviction notice from persons claiming to be the new owner of the property I live on
answered on Mar 26, 2023
Typically, when a property is sold where a tenant is residing, the new owner assumes the lease if there is one. If there is no lease, then the tenant is on a month to month lease and notice by either party is much shorter (usually 30-60 days depending on the how long the tenant has lived there).... Read more »
What do I have to do to be able to move in
answered on Feb 8, 2023
Hire a NM attorney to draft a Quit Claim Deed from you two over to your Daughter. Execute it properly and record it. There may be tax consequences which should be examined first if the property is valuable. It may have a mortgage or lien on it now.
Who is responsible for notifying Producer of royalties of ownership change? Is a separate deed required?
answered on Oct 3, 2022
Oil and Gas are definitely Minerals anywhere. As the Seller you might notify the State so you are not taxed or regulated in the future.
answered on Jul 20, 2022
Your question cannot be answered without reviewing the trust instrument, but typically the answer would be no, the trustee does not require beneficiary consent to sell property.
I do not wish to satisfy this judgement because the plaintiff was in the wrong, but she could hire an attorney, whereas I literally have no money. I am expecting a check from rental assistance that I want to protect from this judgement but I'm afraid that if I open an account at a different... Read more »
answered on Mar 30, 2022
Judgment Creditor can ask you under oath where your property is. Become familiar with NM Exemption rights. Remember this is a public forum.
answered on Oct 25, 2021
You will need a NM attorney that actually litigates real property. Title Searches will have to be performed first, and you may need a competent contractor to testify about the feasibility and expense of creating access. It will be an expensive and difficult Case, so purchasing a ROW is usually... Read more »
If no will or papers.
answered on Jul 6, 2021
Usually yes as the granddaughter might be an heir, while the daughter in law would only be a possible heir of her husband.
answered on Jun 23, 2021
No... If the Deed is just as you said then they are tenants in common. Hire a TX attorney to examine the Deed and possibly search the title.
Not all my other brothers and sisters have given him their part of the house.
Meanwhile the house is falling into serious and bad disrepair. Litteraly falling down.
He has become a hoarder to the point that the city cited him and ordered him to clean the house and property up.... Read more »
answered on Apr 21, 2021
Hire a competent attorney for prosecute an Action for a Sale for Partition.
answered on Dec 21, 2020
The simple answer is no. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in asset protection if that is your highest priority.
And have locked their gate so I have no access to my survey marker. What do I do? I need to put fencing and force them to move their things
answered on Aug 7, 2020
You will probably have to file an Action for a Boundary Dispute and Trespass. Do not wait long or the gate will become the new boundary.
the seller kept delaying with all kinds of excuses. On Sunday, 6/28 she asked to delay closing for a couple of weeks. We agreed and I immediately emailed Pioneer Title in Alamogordo informing them that she wanted to delay closing. On monday, 6/29 the seller texted that she was canceling the... Read more »
answered on Jul 1, 2020
Read your sale contract first. If you want the property and it does not appear the seller can disregard the sale, then hire a competent attorney to sue for specific performance. File suit while the earnest money is still in escrow, with the escrowee an included party (plaintiff or defendant).
This is for assessing property taxes.
answered on Dec 28, 2019
I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. The “homestead exemption” in New Mexico offers protection when debts are being collected from an individual...creditors are unable to force someone from their home to pay a debt (up to $60,000 is protected from creditors in these situations, see... Read more »
This was not discussed and it was removed while under contract
answered on Oct 2, 2019
That was a big mistake, the final inspection should be conducted BEFORE you turn over the purchase monies to the Seller.
Real Estate Contract
This contract is made on May 28, 2019, by *** and *** (Seller) and *** and *** (Buyer)
Seller agrees to see to buyer the following described Real Estate: The Property address is ****** , Las Cruces, NM 88011. The Property is located in *** Subdivision (legal... Read more »
answered on Jul 8, 2019
Lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--but we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (being unable to know what the future may bring) and am unable to opine on your current dilemma. Advice: wait and... Read more »
We have unused space in my building I wish to sublease. I asked and received permission according to the terms of my original lease but with additional terms. Property management needs a copy of the agreement, our tenant needs liability insurance and they want 25% of the agreed upon rent! Is that... Read more »
answered on Jun 11, 2019
Since you need permission to sublet the landlord is holding you up; you have two choices: pay the additional 25% (add it to the new sub-tenant's rent); or kiss the deal goodbye.
I purchased a water softener unit for my house and I recently found out that the finance company placed a lien on my property as soon as the contracts were signed. The payments have been paid regularly and up to date when I found out of the lien on my property. Can this be done without a judgement?
answered on Mar 6, 2019
It depends on what you signed. It might be that you gave them a lien on your home, like a mortgage.
It is not a judgment lien in all likelihood.
answered on Feb 18, 2019
You would best be served by an attorney that deals with business law, and contract negotiations. Any business law attorney worth their salt would be able to assist you in the above.
She is a young 30 year old who was only suppose to stay 2 weeks, and won't leave I am disabled and can't take it anymore. I gave her a certified 30 day notice to leave by 9/30/18. If she don't leave what should I do. I am a renter. I don't even really know her I was only trying to be helpful.
answered on Sep 25, 2018
It sounds that you gave her an ultimatum of September 30 to move out. In the meantime, you can offer to assist her in finding a new residence. Ask you other family members for their support in speaking with her. Perhaps she has some other family members that will take her in. She does not move... Read more »
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