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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Georgia on

Q: Does a deed with grandkids name on it override a will with said kids

Daliah Brill answered on Jul 31, 2019

To answer this question, additional facts are necessary. Is the deed for a real property transfer? What type of deed is it? An attorney can review the deed and the will and advise you accordingly.

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Georgia on

Q: I moved out owing my LL 1 months rent. He kept my deposit of 2900 to cover 3 of the 2 months unpaid.

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?

Daliah Brill answered on Nov 14, 2018

You are obligated to pay under the terms of the lease.

1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure for Georgia on

Q: I have a primary and secondary loan on my house. Can they foreclose on the home of I fail to keep up payments on second?

Loans are held by two different banks. If so, what are my options to keep the home?

Daliah Brill answered on Oct 15, 2018

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.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts for Georgia on

Q: Question regarding a guarantor on a lease

I have documents I'd like to have an attorney review.

Daliah Brill answered on Aug 16, 2018

Do you have a specific question about a guarantor on a lease?

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Georgia on

Q: Is my daughter legally required to pay lot rent of the previous owner of a mobile home she just purchased?

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 required to... Read more »

Daliah Brill answered on Aug 7, 2018

Did she sign an agreement to place her trailers on “rent to own” lot(s)? I’f so, what type of agreement did she sign?

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts for Georgia on

Q: I signed a gym contract but they missed taking a payment on time, is this breaking the contract?

It will still be 12 payments but now my contract is extended longer into next year. Does this give me a right to cancel because I signed for 12 months from last month not this one?

Daliah Brill answered on Aug 7, 2018

Cancellation terms are usually in the contract.

1 Answer | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Georgia on

Q: Landlord is threatening to harass significant other and myself employers? Can he do that?

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... Read more »

Daliah Brill answered on Jul 31, 2018

What type of verbal agreement are you referring to?

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