i couldnt get help to move at that time because of virus closures. i couldnt turn key in till june 6 they are saying i have to pay my deposit back and charging me a mth rent during the initial out break. how can they charge me 800.00
We have resided together for 20 years (last 10 in MI where the house is). We own it jointly. I have made all the payments and have proof. If I move out, and continue maintaining the home and paying the mortgage, can the other person gain financially when we finally sell due to my not residing in... Read more »
I am days before closing. My uncle recently passed away and those who were willed the home reached out to see if I'd want to buy the house. I understand if I back out of the original home purchase I lose my deposit. I also know the seller can technically sue me for mortgage payments until the... Read more »
House under contract, Seller countered Buyer's offer and added in the Purchase Contract an "AS IS" clause and was accepted by the Buyer. Buyer had inspection performed and now wants to come back asking for me to reduce price for items that were found on the inspection, even though... Read more »
We have a dog and 2 small children. We had an electrical fence installed to contain our dog. We live in Michigan. Are there any laws that required pet owners to get a fence or containment system installed?
This is a far more complicated question than it appears. Michigan law makes it a crime to "use ... any device to eavesdrop upon [a] conversation without the consent of all parties." and further prohibits installing a recording device in a 'private location' without the consent...Read more »
My sister is in the hospital, for kidney disease and another life-threatening illness. She will remain there for another 7 weeks, after which she is expected to get a kidney transplant. She is mentally competent--understands what the doctors tell her, has normal conversations with us and can... Read more »
Without examining all the circumstances it is hard to say for sure what is going on here.
Landlords, including those who accept HUD money, have the right to restrict entry to their private property for non-discriminatory reasons. If a person, for example, has damaged property or assaulted...Read more »
bought a house, in closing agreement I was giving seller 30 days free occupancy, seller needs more time but isn't willing to pay or trying to pay only half of the mortgage price per day. Can I sue for price of mortgage per day past due date and the 30 days initially give due to the breach?
I've been told if I ask for seller to fix they could cancel contract and fix on their own. (There is supposedly 2 more offers that came in after our contract was closed, 1 is 10% more than we offered) Can I legally force them to resolve the mold or will i risk losing home, since they can... Read more »
Townline Lake, Belvidere Township, Lakeview MI. The lakeshore in Belvidere township has been public use since the 20s. A few lake front property owners went to a judge and got granted riparian rights up to the lakeshore even though it’s public property and is recorded as a park in the plat. How... Read more »
The mortgage isn’t your real problem. It is the deed that matters.
And no you can’t just transfer a house through probate without taking creditors — and the other heirs — into account. There may be options but without seeing all the details (which would not be appropriate in a...Read more »
A lady bird deeded house I own 1/2 of is up for sale. The realtor said a prospective buyer found a big foundation issue. I am wondering why the realtor didn't catch this in her tour of the house. The other owner chose the realtor and has had the only access to the home. I was unaware of any... Read more »
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