We did not sign a new lease and the contract says nothing about an automatic renewal. States that the lease can be extended by a written agreement. The only language related to this is “to pay double rent for every day that the possession of the Premises is held after termination of this Lease... Read more »
To transfer the property, the owner must sign a deed transferring it to the new owner. Then the deed must be recorded in the county where the property is located. She should have the deed drawn up by an attorney to make sure it Is done properly and meets the Missouri requirements.
My father created a revocable living trust in 2015, making myself and two older sisters the beneficiaries. He placed his MO property into the trust and the trust directives are to split the remainder trust in equal shares between us three. However, in 2017 he purchased a property in PA to help out... Read more »
Your ability to make amendments to the trust will depend on the terms of the trust itself. Some settlers grant that power, others do not. If you and your siblings are all in agreement to follow your father’s wishes, however, you may be able to arrange it and still be adhering to the terms of the...Read more »
No will. Only grandfathers name and name of ex wife on deed. No other assets. I’ve been here for one year caring for him 24/7 off of a $200 per month allowance from aunt whom at the time had a joint bank account with my grandfather. My question is:
Without a will, you will have no legal right to the home when your grandfather passes. If he is competent and wants you to have it after he dies, he can sign a Beneficiary Deed that will leave it to you. Unfortunately, your care for him and improvements to the house will not earn you the right to...Read more »
If you owe rent you should pay it. Just make sure you have proof of payment, like a receipt or canceled check. If you know which attorney is handling the probate you should contact him or her to find out who to pay.
The father listed the property to sell with me. I was unaware of their ownership arrangement. One daughter has been involved in the sale throughout its entirety. The other has been aware of it the entire time and has been supportive. After having been on the market for a year one daughter does not... Read more »
Unfortunately, all owners are supposed to sign the listing agreement for just this reason. If one owner does not want to sell, it is up to the other owners to take legal action to force the sale. This is unlikely to be complete by your contract closing date.
And also has been doing legal drug activity along with letting another occupant living in the unit (which is not on the lease and a pet) I have tried to verbally talk to this tenant to only be disrespected and threatened...I have noted the authorities and have documentation on the noise... Read more »
It is unclear from your description whether you have provided written notice of these issues. You should document the problems with your neighbor and send them in writing to both the manager and the landlord/owner. Also, review your lease and see if there is a clause prohibiting disturbing your...Read more »
My husband and I have been married 5 years. After marriage, I moved into his home and we subsequently completed a transfer beneficiary deed on the home. If he were to pass, would I be obligated to pay some sort if estate tax on the home?
A landlord can evict a tenant on 30 days notice, as long as the tenancy is month to month and the notice complies with Missouri statuteS. Compliance includes providing 30 days notice that begins on or before the first day rent is due for that month (usually the 1st), is in writing, and is not for...Read more »
The loan is for my small business. I contacted my banking institution and they said no wire was ever received or had been attempted by this company. The loan company claimed they’ve tried to send it and my bank keeps bouncing the money. I am due to have the money deducted from my account starting... Read more »
If you don’t get the money they purported to loan to you, it may constitute fraud. But you need to take steps to protect your interests. First of all, if the only thing you have in writing is the loan agreement that may be problematic. You need to immediately notify the lender IN WRITING that you...Read more »
You should probably have both. Just signing over the title does not guarantee that the buyer will register the transfer with the motor vehicle department. If he then gets into an accident it could get messy. The bill of sale will show the date of transfer and can also be used to remove the vehicle...Read more »
We print custom t-shirt & embroider on shirts. We printed 200 piece t-shirts for this customer, customer verified and picked up. Customer disputed charges with her credit card company (reason: defective print). We ask customer to bring the shirts back by responding to her dispute case but she... Read more »
With this particular customer if the disputed amount is less than $5000 you can file a small claims case to recover your loss. You can use an attorney’s services in small claims but you are not required to have an attorney.
As far as contract language goes, you should have the customer...Read more »
House was sold under my existing lease which ends May 24, 2020. New owners are insisting on doing a pre move out Inspection next week and another move out inspection 30 days later. I have underlying health issues and I am trying to keep myself away from others as much as possible due to Covid 19.... Read more »
Has the sale of the house already been completed? Because if it is still pending the buyers may be having the house inspected by a professional inspector as part of the purchase transaction. If that is the case, ask to talk with the professional inspector to make arrangements to maintain safety...Read more »
There is a lot going on here. You definitely need to meet with an attorney. They can help you get copies of the necessary documentation and potentially make a claim to enforce the contract. Hopefully your requests listed in your question were made in writing. But as long as your contract is in...Read more »
Our mother, whose estate is in central MO, has recently passed . Myself and my sibling are on opposite ends of the country. We are dead-center of COVID-19 quarantine and are unable to move about the country. We need access to her bank box to see if the booklet is in it so we can appropriately... Read more »
I am so sorry for your loss. Unfortunately there is not much you can do right now. When a person dies their accounts are frozen and access to safe deposit boxes closed. In order to access a box you will likely need a court order from a Missouri court. And Missouri courts are closed for nonessential...Read more »
There is no simple answer to your question. The language of the lease will govern what type of notice is required, together with Missouri statutes. The duties of a management company to obtain the proper paperwork from a vacating tenant is not addressed in the law, so the circumstances and...Read more »
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