I am also not adding his name to the loan but the title agency says he had to be at closing to sign a “marital interest” sheet or we can’t continue. Why if it is in my name, and he has nothing to do with it? How do I get around this?
Ohio has an archaic "dower" law that gives every spouse a 1/3 interest in the property. He has to sign his dower interest paperwork, and when you sell the house, he would then also have to release his dower. This interest is a statutory right and exists outside of you holding title....Read more »
There are some mandatory state fees (recordation, conveyance fee), and many attorneys charge about $250 or less to draft a deed. It also depends on the nature of the deed. E.g., quit claim or general warranty.
If the house is on the 30 acres which is owned in common, then everyone also owns the house. Unless there has been a partition action, the entirety of the property is owned in common. The tenant may have typical tenant/resident rights to the house.
It would depend on a few factors, a consultation with an attorney would be able to provide a more full answer than simply whether you were stopped with your foot on the brake is enough to not be at fault.
The creditor the assigns the contract to a debt collector which I took an opportunity to dispute the debt so I sent a dispute the dead verification and validation of that letter certified mail notary presented in they ignored that I gave him 30 days and it’s actually been over 30 days. They try... Read more »
Someone called saying it’s his dog. The son of the guy called said not to give it back to the father to keep him or give it to the son because he would take him. Not sure what to do. I still haven’t said we found him because of all of this. But they didn’t get him from the shelter from one... Read more »
2 years ago, my family was given a dog by a man who had taken her in. When he took her in, she was a stray, and he tried to find her family but never heard back from them. He couldn't care for her anymore, so we took her in and she's since very much become our dog. She was very obviously... Read more »
In addition to what Mr. Cavell said below, you might also have a claim for fraud and negligence. It depends on your individual situation, and a good civil attorney could help you with the civil claim if you did not want to only press charges.
I might depend on your lease. If your lease has a stipulation that no one with a misdemeanor conviction may live there, or other basic wording, they may be able to evict over an unlawful tenant. It's worthwhile to have an attorney look over your lease.
My son touched the neighbors grill and suffered 2 nd degree burns. I didn’t know it was there let alone on it was a small household appliance and we were outside for 45 mins and she never came outside to check on the grill. So I had no idea she had one on the ground. It wasn’t on a table or... Read more »
It's not necessarily illegal, but he may be able to recover his damages in a civil suit/pre-suit negotiations. They may have been negligent leaving the grill unattended. It's work discussing with an attorney.
Hello, I signed up for a free trial of an online learning course a few months ago and then cancelled before I got charged. It took a while to finally get it done, but through email they cancelled my membership. About a month later I noticed a charge on my account from this company. I emailed again... Read more »
Draft a demand letter, include evidence of your cancelation, and demand they repay. It may be a false/deceptive business practice, and you might be able to file a small claims matter alleging a CSPA violation if they refuse to give you your money back.
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