You don't say if his name is on the lease too, but assuming it isn't ... TECHNICALLY you have to provide an appropriate notice to quit as he 'subleases' from you. That can be 30 days, 7 days depending on the circumstances.
That depends on what the offer says about accepting or challenging based on the results of an inspection. It can be within 24 hours, 48 hours 72 hours or some other figure ... there is no 'one right way' to proceed. The offer controls. THAT is why it is critical to have a licensed...Read more »
You should begin 'as soon as possible' but if you don't act within a reasonable amount of time, the creditors may file instead, but the FIRST question you must consider is whether or not a probate petition is even necessary.
She had my mom sign numerous checks with loan in the memo line. Over 125k. I do not believe my mom was aware of her balances. She died from Parkinson’s. My sister and I inherited the house. The only way to recover the money would be from her 1/2 of the house. A case has not been opened in... Read more »
The loan is almost paid off and I want to continue living there as I have for my entire life. It’s our family home. It’s an owner occupied rental property w 4 units. Because of a fire and Covid-19 I have fallen behind on the loan payment and she wants it to go to foreclosure in a month rather... Read more »
A quit claim deed from her is likely the best option but before you decide what to do you’d be well advised to consult with a local licensed attorney to insure that you don’t End up with larger issues.
If she quit claims it she will have no obligations to answer your specific question...Read more »
We do not agree to the buy out amount they are asking us to give them. Not sure if Michigan law prohibits them selling the entire property (hunting land and a camp on the property). Are they only permitted to sell their portion?
When I bought the house in 2000 I closed had a title company paid for title insurance and the owner either committed fraud or just try to get over. The person I bought the house from has adjoining land ,that he said was the easement and I have being using it every since. But I just tried to... Read more »
Mr Stone is correct and I’m not sure what the Sheriff has to do with any of this.
It is very clear you need to have an experienced local real estate attorney review *all* the paperwork to determine what you actually purchased and where’re or not there is some sort of issue — let alone...Read more »
Through the end of the year, there are some protections for people who cannot afford to pay rent and fall behind, but there is nothing specific preventing a month to month lease from being terminated with 30 days notice that I'm aware of....Read more »
I also don't see any citation which makes authorizing a sexually active youth to take some condoms, after being directly asked by same. There is no age limit on condoms. Why is this case posted publicly without permission?
Trust was made in 2006. My father passed in 2017 and my mother is still alive. I understand that the house is now owned by the trust. But after my mother passes and I put the house in my name will the taxes on the house go up or will I pay the rate at which my parents were paying.
There is much uncertainty under this law, but by its own terms it is not yet effective.
Under 2018, Act 572, which was not effective Mar. 29, 2019 an association has two years from the effective date to file documents to enforce deed restrictions. That date is in 2021 so you're...Read more »
Without looking at the actual documents, I'm speculating, but you probably can't stop it. And yes, they most likely do have full rights to use the easement and build a house. That is the POINT of the easement.
You BOUGHT the land with the easement in place, and should have...Read more »
Wife and I are living in our daughters and son in laws basement in Gainesville, GA. Son in law has taken a new job in Michigan. Daughter, wife, and I are planning to follow him as soon as Gainesville house is sold. Many of the Michigan houses we’ve looked at online have a basement that a) has or... Read more »
Original lease was 30 days notice and $500 to terminate 12 month lease early. Now it says 60 day notice and 2 months rent to terminate early. We couldn't see the new lease changes until we pick a new renewal term and ready to sign. Never received a call or email letting us know the new... Read more »
So long as you could negotiate different terms or just decline to renew before you committed to anything, which is what your description sounds like, the fact they were 'playing things close to the vest' isn't improper.
The sister and brother are only heirs, the brother wants nothing. The sister said the landlord talked highly of us, she cannot have the expense of a second mortgage & she would like us to have the home yet needs to figure out the mortgage. She had asked us to keep depositing our monthly... Read more »
You ABSOLUTELY need to hire your own attorney to help insure you're not 'throwing good money after bad' here. Just because there are siblings doesn't mean they can control things without probate, and unless and until someone is appointed as personal representative they...Read more »
Second parcel is only in my late husband's name. No property taxes have been paid by me or buyers on second property since purchase agreement. Purchasers are now selling property. Agents want me to sign a quick release deed. Should I sign it? I think I still own the parcel.
If nobody has paid taxes in over 3 years, it is very likely that the STATE now owns the land. If the deed and the purchase agreement don't co-incide, you may be in trouble for failing to convey the property properly, but in ANY event YOU do not own the property if it was in your husband's...Read more »
The house I just bought was supposed to be totally renovated. After moving in I discovered the electrical was not done by code & had to be completely re-done in the kitchen. There was a gas leak I had to have repaired & now the plumbing is malfunctioning. I just came across what the house... Read more »
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