If Mother was the titled owner, and no Will is Probated with a Devise of it, the real property is owned by her Heirs at her death. It, the property only, is subject to the Mortgage Lien. Taxes and Insurance still have to be also paid, or the Heirs will lose it. Hire a competent SC to determine...Read more »
It sounds like a FL Conviction, so you will have to ask FL lawyers. But TN is very difficult to transfer Probation Jurisdiction, and I bet it is no easier in FL. He should talk to his FL Probation Officer also, especially since that is who will violate him.
Seeking Quiet Title for a piece of property I own in St. Maries, ID. Everything has been filed, accepted, processed, adjudicated upon & a Default Judgment has been granted..but it is incumbent upon me to file a 'Proposed Judgment of Quiet Title'. I can't find an example of such a... Read more »
You will need a competent ID attorney to draft that proposed Order. Remember the Order is adjudicating Title to real property. It is permanent and must be perfect. And every cloud on titles is different. If you do it yourself, and probably mess up, it is another cloud on the title you are...Read more »
General Sessions is not a Court of record, so amendments of the Citation are easy. Appear respectfully in Court and after informing the DA/Judge of the mistakes, see if there is some way that no points go on your MVR for the last year.
You are probably exempted from the capital gains tax as you were 55 during the last 5 years of living there as your home. But you still have to report the sale, and you might not meet the one time exclusion because of your age. Check IRS Publication 523.
First of all I was not going 97 but the only proof I have is mine and my husband's word I had just left a rest stop and pulled out on the highway behind 2 diesel trucks going 67 mph I had finger on my cruise control button waiting to get up to 70 to push it
Hire an attorney to represent you. Apparently you do not know when Court is, and definitely need someone's help. A conviction would be several points on your MVR. Some type of diversion or a 4 mph over might be available.
Got my license back over 4 years ago. Non restricted valid class d license. State of Tn is now saying I need to insatall an interlock for 6 months. Why wasn’t this needed to get my unrestricted license in the 1st place 4 years ago.
Probably Costs and Fines have to be paid, not Restitution, prior to eligibility for
Reinstatement. Numerous Sentencing requirements must usually be satisfied. You will have to examine your Judgment on the Warrant or Conviction to find specific requirements, and then meet them. Also...Read more »
The police changed the name on the affidavit after its issuance and execution to reflect my name... The affidavit and search warrant are on the same paper.. This search warrant was never returned because it's not time stamp showing General Session received it and the clerk says it's not... Read more »
SW's are usually returned to the issuing Judge and filed separately. You will need to hire a competent criminal defense attorney who will properly attack the SW and any evidence generated when you are charged with a crime. Without an Arrest Warrant, there is no Docket Number for it to be...Read more »
Hie lawyer needs to prepare for a thorough Preliminary Hearing at General Sessions Court. You have not stated any facts nor legal proceedings, but I suspect his lawyer needs to get in gear, or hire a competent one now.
Apparently it did finally show up in Court for the Judge to peruse. Search Warrants do have to be returned with the execution annotated thereon, but Arrest Warrants can be used in a variety of ways. It can easily be dismissed, yet you can still get Indicted at Criminal Court. You may wish to...Read more »
Hire a GA attorney to conduct a title search. Either one of the owners' Heirs are the owner or each Decedents' Heirs spilt one-half Undivided Interests as Tenants In Common. You have not stated the facts or the Estate granted.
Not exactly sure of your quest ion. But the Remainderman's interest vests in possession after the death of all Life Tenants. Any other estate granting clause would be conditional or executory, and would have alot more required language. The Remainderman's interest is usually vested...Read more »
In the country side north of Nashville, doing 55 around a bend, it’s foggy; cop goes past us. I slowed down even more. He turned around and followed me from about 30 yards back for a mile and a half. When he pulled us over he was being an A$$ about where we were and I even showed him on my... Read more »
General Sessions is not a Court of record, so amending the Citation is easy. You will need to appear in Court in a respectful fashion, and possibly hire a TN attorney. Sending in the Citation with money is a Conviction worth 4 points on a TN MVR, which will mailed to OR.
Working condition. The dealership assured us they would have all repaired/restored to new condition under warranty. It has now been 6 months and they have not. I have been making camper payments all this time and it has sat on their lot waiting to be restored. I want my money back and to be... Read more »
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