Own an Orig October 1925 Warranty Deed for a Land Parcel (.23 Acres, 4 Lots) purchased by my Great Uncle (Maternal Grandmother's Brother) from the Federal Corporation. Parcel is in Northern Florida. I am a Direct Heir. He worked/resided in both Wash DC and Baltimore at that time. Died early... Read more »
My father died in July. He left no will. While I am his biological child, his parental rights were terminated in the 1970s and I was legally adopted by my step-father. When my father died, he owned a condo, which is not even close to being paid off. He did not own anything else, has no life... Read more »
If you were adopted by another person and by reason of the adoption your natural father's paternity rights were terminated, then you are no longer your natural father's descendant for estate purposes. As such, the rights to the condo do not flow to you as an heir and thus you have no...Read more »
I am looking at property and there are access issues from the public road. The property owner has said he'll accept an easement for a large cash payment. Is it possible to force an easement if the property is land locked?
My wife is buying a second home in Ny and lender is saying my wife even though she isn't on the home loan note in Florida is still legally responsible to pay property tax and insurance because she is on Deed. The property tax and insurance come on the home loan bill in my name only because she... Read more »
1. Real Estate Taxes - these are not a personal obligation to an owner. If the tax is not paid the taxing authority can lien the property, but they cannot get a money judgment against the owner. Under the mortgage it says that the mortgagor is obligated...Read more »
The inspection period ran out and just before it did the buyer's realtor emailed over an addendum with a lower offer claiming "due to inspection issues" , the problem I have is that they never inspected the house and are lying... Read more »
The AS IS form contract to which I believe you are referring allows an unconditional right of termination during the inspection period. When I say unconditional, I mean if the buyer does not like the way the sun hits the rear yard, that is reason enough. So it can really be anything or nothing....Read more »
No one will refinance and it is balloon mortgage. No one will buy it for the amount owed. If we sold it for current market value, we would still owe money. It is causing extreme financial stress. The owner with me is my ex-husband.
the car dealer is suing the towing company because they sold the car. I don't have any car have to return the tag but they said that i have to continue paying the car payments remaining 6000.oo dollars.
Your obligation to pay the loan is complete when the loan is paid off.
If the car is sold at auction because it broke down and the sale is to cover storage or repair costs you did not pay, the amount realized from the sale will pay the bill for the storage or repairs and any excess will...Read more »
The day the property listed the seller moves abroad. We are now told we have to wait two days to see the highest offer apparently multiple offers are coming in .It appears that the sellers realtor was not in fact looking for the sale price as advertised and that placing on the market the day the... Read more »
There are all sorts of strategies for marketing a home. Offering the asking price does not ensure anything more than the broker is entitled to its commission from the seller at that price for bringing in that contract whether or not the seller accepts the contract. But the seller does not have to...Read more »
If the lease was in writing, the obligation is enforceable for 5 years. If not in writing, it is 4 years. Have an attorney look at your situation immediately. If there is a security deposit violation by the landlord the attorney fees for the tenant may be recoverable as part of the damages.
I am in the process of buying a business and my attorney created an excellent closing agreement. The broker says it heavily favors me and for the seller not to sign it. The broker is not an attorney. So now the seller wants to use a fill in the blank document for the business which is not... Read more »
I recently purchased my first home, it's my retirement investment. I will be renting it out until I am able to relocate to the area. Before closing the sellers agreed to rewire the house, reinforce the attic area to make it safe and reinforce the foundation to make it secure, as there were... Read more »
This depends on the language in the addendum and contract. By closing you may have waived those requirements. The documents should be reviewed by an attorney (who you should have had initially for the transaction, of course).
I received a signed contract from buyer´s realtor, then I made changes in two clauses, initialized those changes and signed all contract´s pages. Buyer´s realtor did not accept those 2 changes and requested to go back to original conditions. Today I received better offers and informed buyer´s... Read more »
the property management company about a new lease I finally made contact and entered into an oral agreement to extend the lease on July 19th 2018, and was sent a lease to sign. I was contacted yesterday by email yesterday and told the lease will now unfortunately not be renewed per their lawyer the... Read more »
Not only does she need an attorney, she probably needs to take some action to probate the last to die of her mother or father. Without either her name on the existing deed as a survivor beneficiary, or an order of the court giving her authority to deed the property, there is no one authorized to...Read more »
After making all timely payments on our mortgage that was sold from Bank of America to Carrington in February of 2018. they State we owe June and July of 2018 even though we have proof that we sent the checks & they were cashed by Carrington. On Friday July 19th 2018 we received a foreclosure... Read more »
I acquired a tax deed property on 8/2017. When I acquired this property, I paid all the taxes to get it to auction. The county also did a title search and there was nothing found in the means of liens, encumbrances,etc. I now own this parcel and my current tax bill has a lien on it and according... Read more »
Typically, code enforcement liens survive a tax deed.
The list of what survives a tax deed sale is very small, but code enforcement liens are on that list if the ordinance under which it was levied complies with Florida Law. Most all municipalities long ago fixed their statutes and...Read more »
So the owner of the condo have not fix my AC and it’s been 4 weeks. I have two small kids one is 1 years old and the other one is 4. I have been emailing the realtor multiple time about the issue an also I requested to speak with the owner. It’s like nothing is getting done. I requested for my... Read more »
Look at your lease. Does it say the landlord is supplying a working a/c system? Florida statutes do not provide that the landlord must provide air conditioning, even if it is already installed on the property.
So if the lease provides that the landlord will provide air conditioning, then...Read more »
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