He sold the house to a private individual a couple months later and recently sent a letter requesting past due rent, 5 months later and requesting to file a petition to collect in court. Am I obligated to pay if the house has been sold?
If you continue to pay the loan (Security Deed in first position) that you refer to as primary and stop paying the loan in second position (Security Deed in second position), the lender for the second can foreclose subject to the first or primary loan.
She lives in a "Rent to own" trailer park. She owns her trailer and rents the lot. Recently, she bought a second trailer in the same park. So, she owns 2 trailers with lot rent. Her landlord wants to collect past lot rent that the previous owner did not pay. $800.00. Is my daughter... View More
We have lived here a total of 10 days. We had a verbal agreement upon security deposit payment and when and what they would expect. I came home today to find no power or electricity. Called my local PD, they rang the landlord and told him he could not cut those services. He is now threatening to... View More
What type of verbal agreement are you referring to?
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