I am selling a property and the buyer was supposed to close 2 months ago. i want to call time is of the essence. What is the minimum time i have to give them legally. can it be a week or 2 or it has to be a full month?
I should have gotten a lawyer to represent my interests at the time, but our co-homeowner agreement seems very lopsided now. I don't want to sell or take on another mortgage, but I need some kind of relief from the onerous conditions she keeps imposing. These include limiting my privacy,... Read more »
Under what NYS SCPA provision, can a beneficiary petition the Court to commence a proceeding against a fiduciary if the Executor refuses to refund property taxes that the beneficiary paid on behalf of the Estate? The testator directed that all his debts and administrative expenses be paid out of... Read more »
lone parent passed away own home . no will 5 children . now 1 sibling is being threatened with garnishment of income due to outstanding 100k med bill. instead of placing lien on home. is this a normal ,legal procedure?
She hosts young children for early life education through a variety of programs. Whenever it rains, it pours through the ceiling with video proof. She has to cancel classes, refund parents and as a new business risks families going else where. What can she do to make the landlord fix the roof? Or... Read more »
I am not aware of any CT law that is unique in estate planning the way corporations use Delaware law for certain purposes. As you have not stated your purpose, no one could answer your question. The short answer is a will is probated in the court where you reside when you die. So, if you are a...Read more »
I signed an agreement on behalf of my company, he put down my info as 100% ownership, my date of birth incorrect, my title as owner, which is all incorrect. I didn't look it over. They wrote in an early termination fee after I signed everything so it was not stated before I signed. We want to... Read more »
Due to the PAUSE orders by Gov. Cuomo, the time to file a motion to reargue was tolled. Thus, based on your post, it appears timely. However, if there is no stay, and you have the right to enter judgment, you can do so.
My dad the administrater changed the deeds ownership somehow to his own when my mom died intestate, she’s the sole owner of the properties. He said he is continually keeping rents from said properties when he dies maybe we will get our inheritance from them. There are 7 children. Nobody agreed... Read more »
Contractor took my money, blocked me in my house so that I could not see that they were ripping apart the WRONG part of my house. I escaped, told them to STOP ripping apart the WRONG part of my house, but they refused. They not only refused to to the work as described in the contract, they caused... Read more »
You cannot force these guys to do the work. You have to get the work done by someone else, and then sue the first guys for the damages as calculated by the next person. The issue is collecting a judgment. If the first company was a scam and the people are not real contractors, you might have...Read more »
Short answer -- if she pays the filing fee she can come after you. The question is will she win. This is a more complex question, and depends on many factors, including the reason you are on the account. If it was "convenience", i.e. to help pay bills, etc., then you could have to give it back.
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