The manager of our company used our company's money to buy houses, use his private name for contract and HUD, than contribute these houses to the company in the same day. Looks very uncomfortable. Is that break the law?
It depends. An attorney would have look at the details here. At first blush, I though that the transaction you were describing was criminal. After reading that the manager contributed the houses back to the company, the transaction seems less sinister. As far as hud goes, that is another...Read more »
I broke a rule in my lease. Probably manager texted me and said that I have to leave property by November 12 due to breach. I was informed one week ago and the property manager said that the sixty days began when lease was breached... and not when I was informed of early termination
I'm 80 and want to go live with relatives out of state. I have life tenancy in my house and the warranty deed I set up says I have "one half undivided interest in the property for and during my natural life." I want to know if the remainderman has unrestricted right to do whatever he chooses if I... Read more »
If you move out you retain your 1/2 interest. You can sell your interest to the remainderman. If rent is collected, you are due 1/2 of this after expenses. IF he sells the property it will be subject to your life estate. One cannot sell what one does not have, and the remainderman does not have...Read more »
Property manager claims that I breached my lease on September 12. I was sent a text on October 1 saying that 1. My lease will be terminated early. 2. I have to vacate property by Nov 12 and 3. that the sixty days began when lease was allegedly breached and NOT when I was notified.
A breach of the lease could allow the landlord to dispense with any notice provision in the lease and move to dispossess you by demanding the return of the premises and filing a dispossessory action in your county's Magistrate Court. Perhaps your landlord does not understand the law?
First American Title of Georgia will not release my vehicle because I filed an Adversary to the BK-7 and I was informed by the judge that I need an attorney and I may be in the wrong court to file a lawsuit against First American Title to have my car returned and the missing valuables that were... Read more »
PR of estate has been recognized by probate court as of this month. Landlord of renter (the deceased) has sent letter of notice to quit lease to PR stipulating property must be entirely clean. Renter was on a floating month by month lease in an old home and acquired decades of stuff. PR lives out... Read more »
My grandmother had a will she passed in 2012. She had 4 living sons she left her property to one of the sons who took care of her he lived on the property and the others agreed to him living there. He just passed two weeks ago leaving it to the last three sons the mothers will never went to probate... Read more »
himself a shot of insulin that belongs to a co worker.all because I head him tell his female coworker he thinks he may be a diabetic. While on duty and infront of me.tell me how this is legal.and what would a news crew do with this type of issue. how can they charge me with possession of weed less... Read more »
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