The complex (a hud assisted building) I live at keeps telling people that they are going to evict them if they don't follow the rules(110 people). The main problem is they say it but never follow though in my 6 years here not 1 normal person has been evicted, just a drug dealer who was selling... Read more »
My mother deposited 10% of the sale monies for her property in Puerto Rico. The real estate agent and accompanying attorney couldn't get information from Haciendas in PR. The money has been held by Hacienda for over a year - what is the correct form that should have been used for this deposit... Read more »
Grandmother's property is in Camden County, NJ. Mortgage company entered a complaint in April 2022 that went unanswered because notification was NOT sent to the executor of the estate. Property is now in foreclosure scheduled for Sheriff's sale this week. The complaint, request for... Read more »
It is very important that you immediately speak to an attorney to take the appropriate action to protect your interests. From your description from the matter, it appears that there may have been serious procedural errors committed.
What would happen to a house in only my name or my life insurance in this case if something should happen to me? How can I revoke this Will simply now that I am married and many things have since changed with my estate executor listed in the Will?
What if I pass before I have a chance to... Read more »
The will that you signed is valid. However you may change the terms by executing a codicil setting forth new terms. A better choice would be to void the old will and executing a new will which would include whatever changes you wish.
This depends on the terms of your lease. Does it include a provision as to the responsible party. In any event, there is no self help in NJ. Eviction proceedings must adhere to the statutory requirements and a court hearing.
Tenant had been on a one year lease about four years ago, we never renewed or offered renewal and so I believe she is now "month to month" essentially. In New Jersey, can we simply send her a lease termination letter with proper notice? Or do we need "good cause" to do so? We... Read more »
I meant the move out date. I applied for relief and only got a week extension I plan on borrowing against my trust for the remainder of eBay I owe but I want to make sure that if I do it before the move out day can I remain in the dwelling.
Your question fails to state whether the notice was a letter from the landlord or an ntice from the Court after a court earing was scheduled. If a letter from the landlord with no notice from the Court, you do not have to move, NJ Courts do not recognize self help. The Landlord must follow the...Read more »
Chancery Court in NJ does not hear suit concerning money. It is a Court of Equity. Suits for damages are heard in Law Division. Depending on the amount in controversy, suits for money damages are in small claim, special civil part, or superior court.
I have a stop work order from the township because the of no permits and since is a 3 family home we need the plans to be draw from a professional architect. I want to get out if the contract and find someone else to do the work. But because the contractor has out we have a contract we need to... Read more »
You will need to do what is necessary to obtain a building permit. You may an opportunity to file suit against the first contractor under the for violation of the Consumer Protection Law for home improvements. Speak to an attorney.
I informed my landlord that if she doesn’t remove the cameras that her tenant friend, whom I have police reports on for harassment, installed in the hallway pointed at my doors I will open an escrow account and deposit rent on time until they are removed. Her response is that I need to show her... Read more »
Open the escrow account, pay your tent timely, send copy of deposit receipt to landlord. There is no self help permitted in NJ for evictions by a landlord. Statutory proceeds must be followed. A court appearance would be required, You will have an opportunity to explain the situation to a judge....Read more »
The ex-husband was ordered to pay the mortgage until the house is sold. He hasn't paid the mortgage and got the property into foreclosure. The mortgage is solely in his name. The wife owes half of the equity. Ex-husband owes ex-wife more monies than his equity is. Every time she gets the... Read more »
You may file a motion seeking to compel your ex-husband to comply with the terms of the judgment of divorce. You may also have a claim for partition. It would be in your best interest to retain an attorney who is experienced in family law/matrimonial matters to discuss what remedies are best for...Read more »
I leased a car with MSRP=35310; Down:8000; Monthly: 375*18(month);tax_etc=2107 Residual:29300. After signing the lease I realized that Agreed cost is showing as 40014 which I don't think I agreed. I am feeling like I have been cheated. Is there a way to revert the lease and get my money back ?... Read more »
need a separate Notary or seal because in NJ he is considered a Notary and his signature is enough. My research supports this but also seems to indicate we should get it additionally notarized. Please advise. Thank you.
If it is a self proving will which is being acknowledged by a notary public then in that event a seal should be affixed. If the will is acknowledged by a NJ attorney, only the attorney's signature is required.
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