Hello I currently have a lease through a property management my landlord placed house for sale as soon as we had signed a contract extension. with that being said em I obligated to show the property if I'm still under contract?
Yes, but there are limits, as well as requirements for proper notice. Read carefully California Civil Code section 1954, especially (d)(2). https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?sectionNum=1954&lawCode=CIV
Her inuries included two compound fracture both legs and crced pelvis a brief amwas in hospital two week than in a long term care facility.....yet she only offered 6. Thousand.. ..why so little.others I know we're getting much much more
Every case is different, but it sounds like your friend is 1. not represented by a lawyer and 2. is still negotiating. She needs a lawyer to get her the best money recovery. It's really that simple. Insurance companies will take advantage of people who do not have lawyers. They make more...View More
We have an account with Xifinity/Comcast. One of the accounts is Internet/Tv service and we pay the monthly bill without it being on auto pay. We have a mobile account and I asked them to take us off auto pay and they refused. I asked them many many times and they still refused.
…house and assets would be left to his step daughter. A few years ago she had gone into the bank to place me as her beneficiary for the account. Would they still honor the will or does me being beneficiary of the bank account override that?
Simply being in possession of a recorded grant deed does not give you any authority over the property. If, for some reason, the owner wants you to be able to handle matters in regard to their property, they should look into granting you a power of attorney.
The sellers & agent both lied to us and our agent.
We asked 3x our agent and he said In writing they put natural causes.but the sellers agent even told our neighbors not to mention anything even that it came out in the news. We felt we overpayed for the property due to lack of knowledge... View More
Yes, it sounds like you have a good case. They were required to truthfully disclose this material fact. Start consulting with real estate litigation attorneys. Be sure to have all your documentation available regarding the transaction and the misrepresentation.
Possible Elder abuse by his spouse. I am out of state, unable to communicate with him privately as she has control over his cell phone. My sister and I are gravely concerned regarding his bed sores and his weight loss. Health care worker in home has recommended he be taken to the ER and his... View More
Whether the house, or part of it, will go to you will depend on how many heirs there are, how title to the house is held, and whether there is a will or trust. You need to be talking to a probate attorney to find out what needs to be done.
Yes. A probate proceeding is the way to go, in all likelihood. Attorneys are paid a percentage of the estate at the end. you may need to pay for the initial court fees and publication costs. Speak with a probate attorney.
I live in a six-unit apartment building, and the property manager believes it needs no residential manager and no sign. My question is, which housing authority or code enforcement agency actually enforces compliance with Cal. Code Regs. Tit. 25, § 42
Next is you sue the driver and owner of the vehicle (and possibly others like employer of driver). If the damages are $10,000 or less, small claims court is available. http://limitedscopecounsel.com/small-claims/ and check your county court's website.
duty to all three . like the captain of the ship he doesn't own it but it's his job to make sure it's running in perfect conditions for the owners to enjoy the staff good working conditions and the tenate' has good living conditions .
He has 4 surviving siblings, but he had expressed his wish for his youngest brother to keep the house so that his niece and nephew can grow up there. The siblings won't pursue any claim to the house, but there is a mortgage balance which the brother is willing to continue paying on.... View More
Sorry for your loss. Assuming the house was titled in his name only, it should go through probate. The siblings can formally "disclaim" their shares. The brother can continue to live there and pay the existing mortgage.
In order for you to get title in your name, the property will have to be probated. There are some exceptions to probate, but nothing in your question mentions any facts which suggest they apply in this situation. You need to contact a probate attorney now, as the process is not quick and you also...View More
I have sent several letters and called many times and the other party, which is a tow truck company, still has not paid. They were served properly by a sheriff's deputy but they failed to appear on our court date, so the judge awarded me the judgment which seems impossible to collect. How do I... View More
The good news is that your judgement keeps earning interest while it remains uncollected. The bad news is that collection is up to you, and is not a subject which can be easily answered in a simple question and answer forum. There are attorneys who specialize in collections, and typically charge...View More
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