You can contact the Trustee in the bankruptcy in writing and ask about that. Whoever is administering the bankrupt co. estate (usually bankruptcy trustee appointed by court) will have to handle that. You can also file with estimates to get things moving and amend later.
You don't... overwhelming most cases filed in Court never succeed in getting a recovery with the pro-insurance system in place in Texas. Ask your lawyer IF you have a case. Then depending on the case type, a general rule of thumb MAY be the looking at amount of damages, lost work,...View More
From your own attorney is a written letter, fax or email...
You are owed that information and copies of all documents including any notice of appeal filed. The rest of the answer depends on which type or court you are in and where... No other attorney can ethically communicate with you...View More
Generally, No. That is not saying that the contracts among the parties could not make them liable if it was all agreed to. If you are asking if the taxing entity will go after you, they will only go after the property itself if it remains unpaid long enough to become a tax lawsuit.
I hope you got this answered already since it has been a while...
Generally Real Estate licensed persons or companies have to deposit the funds in the account of their client, a special trust or escrow account or with their principal's written permission and direct instruction,...View More
Traditionally, those cases may also be violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA). Limitation as a general rule are 2 years for tort/DTPA claims and 4 years for contract cases. It is very difficult to get decent proof and testimony if you wait too long. Talk to an Attorney. Many...View More
You really should act fast to be try to be sure that the use does not establish a prescriptive easement over your land giving them legal rights and diminishing your properties value. Hopefully, that did not happen before you bought it.
You should sit down and have an Attorney evaluate the...View More
We are selling a piece if land in regugio county, texas. we went thru title company for 3 month since Oct-2013. This week, they send us an e-mail. "Unfortunately, we are unable to issue a title policy for the subject
property because of an insufficient chain of title. "
It may also be possible to establish ownership by adverse possession or file a lawsuit to clear up title. It really depends how large or valuable the land is? I'd like to look into it for you with a no obligation free evaluation. Maybe we could work something out. Please send me specifics...View More
That type of matter really deserves to be evaluated by sitting down with a real estate & litigation lawyer to evaluate the documents, disclosure and agreements made. It could be that you may have a claim that could be brought in Court for your damages and attorney's fees.
Buying AS-IS means just that, unless there was deliberate fraud or concealment. The roof is open and obvious for your inspection, so it seems like you are getting what you asked for, an AS-IS sale without any obligation for the Seller to fix anything. Usually, the serious price difference more...View More
No, not without creating greater potential liability for even more and attorneys fees.
Additionally, a lease to purchase is typically a very one-sided and poor investment choice that should be avoided if possible. TREC forms also may require a real estate commission for the Lease as well.
We are building a new home in texas. We are at 15-mths from start date. Our contract did not provide a completion date. We were quoted 6-7mths prior to choosing the builder and during process until around 5-mths.
Do we have any recourse for interest costs for carrying construction loan this... View More
You may indeed have some legal recourse and be able to recover damages, however, that all depends on your written agreements with the Builder as well. If there is no term for duration of completion, the Courts will impose what is a "reasonable" time period. For most new homes, that can...View More
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