Generally, the owner of the property must sign a deed that would transfer all or a portion of the property to you. If the owner is deceased, this could be done through a regular probate proceeding, where a personal representative of the estate would be authorized to distribute the home from the...View More
Suggested we be released from our lease. We don't want this and cannot afford to move again.i had to have emergency surgery and our life savings had to pay for it. Are they allowed to just kick us out? Why doesn't she want to have a professional confirm or deny the situation?
Under the Texas Property Code, a landlord is generally responsible for maintaining the rental property in a habitable condition and making necessary repairs to keep it in a safe and functional state. This typically includes ensuring that essential systems, like HVAC systems, are in proper working...View More
Generally, when there is no Will, you must go through some sort of probate administration whereby the heirs of the deceased are judicially determined and a personal representative is appointed. However, several states have a process available to assist those smaller estates that may not need...View More
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