About 6 years ago, my predecessor gave a new non-landlocked household permission to connect to my private road, for ingress/egress & as an address (without granting an easement). A few weeks ago, I revoked my predecessor’s permission, via an attorney letter. During the process, I requested... Read more »
Florida real estate agents and brokers cannot change or even create other than the Florida Supreme Court approved forms. This does not prevent the parties themselves changing any form. So the agent is partially right in that the agent cannot modify the form - but you can as long as it is without...Read more »
At closing we were not told about the retention pond and the private road. There was a abutting road disclosure. Nothing else. There was a line about you must join the HOA and follow the CCR. The CCR’s were not given prior to closing. Hidden in there was a line about the HOA being responsible for... Read more »
I bought a home with an old roof in May 2021. I had only one option for HOI as a result. The company was provided a copy of the 4 point inspection and agreed to issue the policy. I was buying the property with the intention of doing some renovations in the next year or two, but didn't have the... Read more »
You went about selling the unit with a debt incorrectly. You needed to get your lean on the boat at the time that you entered into the contract and signed the original documents. The lean has to be registered with the state At the time that the title is issued, not when the buyer defaults on the...Read more »
So, I know I'm in the wrong too, but I need to see the best way to go about this. I have outside cats and just move where the landlord doesn't want animals, but they are outside cats. For my own reasons, I didn't mention it and just need a week or so for them to get use to their new... Read more »
If the sale was the foreclosure of a HOA or Condominium lien, first kick yourself to try to awake from a bad dream. Next see an attorney to determine if there is some problem with the auction such that maybe there is some way to get out of the transaction, or perhaps some other solution to keep...Read more »
The requirement is that you send the request to the address used by the board of directors or the President. There is no requirement that the board read your demand. Your demand is made whether they read it or not.
Time for an attorney to communicate with them once they have breached the...Read more »
I signed for a new construction home, now that is almost finished they did a different kitchen, as explained by the seller, the ceiling is low than the offered by the seller, and principal bathroom was offered with two sinks and they put only one.
Not enough information but enough to see you need an attorney to review the contract and the events leading up to entering into the contract. Based on that review it should be able to be determined if you have a chance to get damages, or if you already purchased it, have you waived rights to sue...Read more »
We live in Illinois. We booked a vacation rental property on Captiva Island for Mar 28-Apr 4, 2020. The rental was facilitated VRBO; actual booking was with Dream Vacation Rentals (DVR). We cancelled due to Covid. The Illinois governor issued a "no leisure travel" order on March 20.... Read more »
My dad owns a lot in Ocala FL and was sent an unsolicited offer to buy from a firm. He reluctantly agreed to a ridiculously low offer but haven't heard anything in months. Since it's been so long, we consider it no longer valid even though there's no sell by date, and instead would... Read more »
What you signed needs to be reviewed before any comment can be made on what you might want to do. See an attorney to determine if the offer is outstanding, if there was a meeting of the minds and if there was any consideration - all essential elements to a contract.
I recently brought a property from county foreclosure auction and just got the title. There is someone currently living there that's not the previous owner or a tenant. I normally go through the writ of possession with my attorney but in this case do I even need a writ???
My father is the one who bought the car, he is now in Venezuela. I am living here in the US. We have the money that is due, however because I am not on the title or contract they will not allow me to pick up the car. My father has no way of being here to pick up the car himself. Is it a lost cause?
Speak to the party holding the car about obtaining an affidavit from your father that gives you authority to retrieve the car for him. You can do this without consulate. Use instead a remote Virginia online Notary.
My bankruptcy was discharged 9 yrs ago & I did not reaffirm my mortgage. I continue to live in the home and made all pmts timely w/APR 4.625%. My credit is in the mid-700s but lacking variety due to no mortgage debt. Although the obligation was removed, I missed the opportunity to demonstrate... Read more »
It depends on they type of bankruptcy you went through and what the plan included. If it was a Chapter 7, then the liability to you was discharged but the lien remains on the property. If you don't pay, there will be a foreclosure. The difference is if the judgment is greater than the sale...Read more »
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