You haver not stated what estate you own. Assuming you are tenant in common, then all six TIC's own undivided interests in the entire tract, not "shares". Selling to a third party is possible for any or all the tenants, and the buyer then takes what the former TIC had. The...Read more »
You have not stated sufficient facts. However if the Estate is ready for Distribution to Beneficiaries, then you can make a Motion to Distribute, or even a Partial Distribution. You can also make a motion to remove the fiduciary administrator/executor. But you may not know all the facts of...Read more »
If all tenants in common do not agree to sell property a certain way, then there is no sale. The possible sale price might make all three happy. But if no agreement, then any of them can file an Action for Partition. However the maximum sale price will probably not be realized by the Court.
Not sure why an attorney in fact would be paid anything by an Estate. But you might start by looking at the Court File at Probate Court. It might list the claims or an accounting by the Administrator/Executor. Read the File verbatim. If it seems wrong, hire an attorney to examine the...Read more »
They want to verify that my misdemeanor charge isn't domestic assault or battery but it clearly States on the disposition that it isn't are they allowed because I feel like my rights for fire arms are being suppressed or neglected It's been more than the 60 days they say it takes I... Read more »
If necessary you will need to file an Action in General Sessions against the State. It is basically a Declaratory Judgment Action pursuant to Statute, and I believe you will need a competent attorney. This will need to be filed very soon.
Getting your name off the Mortgage/Deed of Trust and/or Note will not be easy. Possibly Wife can refinance it or sell the home. But both may be impossible with her BR, and she could discharge the debt leaving you solely liable on the Note if you signed it. If you are only on an Alabama Mortgage...Read more »
I have title insurance. Title company admits to oversight. I made a claim. What is the company’s responsibility? Fear of losing buyer’s interest. I would never of bought property if I had known of issues
Title Insurance does not have many covered risks. Hire an attorney to clearly state your claim under the Policy. Usually if the risk is covered, the Title Insurance Company will attempt to cure the title defects, but rarely pays out any money to the insured. If the Claim is denied, you might...Read more »
The court printout of ticket has incorrect address, incorrect DL# and wrong court date. LEO states radar tracked me at 45 in a 30 going there opposite direction. Is there a chance that I can get this dismissed?
Check with Court Clerk about the exact Court Date. Go to Court and be respectful about telling either the Prosecutor or the Judge about the incorrect Citation. Hopefully you will receive a Diversion or a Dismissal.
Remember you are only allowed 11 points on your MVR for the last year,...Read more »
We had a handshake agreement for buyer(long-time friend) to pay for a commercial van. 2009 Chevy, agreement was $3500, 500/month, never paid. He was supposed to transfer plates and insurance to his name but didn't, so it is still on our commercial insurance. We do not have contact with him or... Read more »
You should be able to get DOS to issue a new title certificate in the purchaser's name. Ask your County Clerk first, then call Nashville. Once issued send a copy to your agent, and try to deliver the title to the owner. Also that is probably a lease with option to purchase transaction,...Read more »
In my opinion no... Besides blowing the SOL, there are practical matters to consider. Witnesses will be nonexistent now. And most importantly, the real and personal property is almost assuredly gone by now. I recommend you do a title search on any real property to see if any title problems can...Read more »
Not sure of the question. But all heirs at law are needed to convey the property, unless there is a probated Will Devise to certain devisees. Each heir/ devisee can individually convey their interest. But it takes all interests to add up to a fee simple absolute title.
Usually the established fencing determines the boundary as both adjoining owners acquiesce to the boundary, regardless what their legal descriptions say. If your neighbor does not like your encroachments, it is up to him to file suit within the SOL. Hire a competent attorney to search both...Read more »
Apparently you knew of the suit against you. It was your responsibility to check with the Clerk to find out when Court was. You could file a motion to set aside the Default Judgment, but I do not recommend it.
The judge dismissed the case, stipulating one year of no other moving violations. I have had no other violations since 2012, so can this TN county still levy $100+ court costs now, to “settle the case” as they claim? I have received no other communication from that court in eight years! And if... Read more »
If the Citation was actually dismissed, then no points go to the MVR. But you apparently misunderstood the Judge, or the Clerk is mistaken. Either way you will have to pay those monies now, or it will be reported to DOS and they revoke your TNDL.
You probably mean capias warrant. Hire a competent attorney to take you to Court when you are not on the Docket to set aside the capia and resolve everything. Have money ready to pay the costs and fines. Most likely you will walk out of there.
Read your mortgage first, as it may have a due on sales clause. Hopefully you have a note that can be independently sued upon. If payments are being made, then the new owner takes it subject to the mortgage. But if you did not record the mortgage, you did not perfect your lien and the...Read more »
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