Q: I inherited 50%of a property through probate.Uncle collects rents Wont send me my half or accounting.Also,can he getLoan
What can i do if my uncle wont send me half the money he collects from rents and laundry income like he's suppose to? He wont give me any accounting either. I need to know if its true that no money is left over like he tells me. Ive written to him and ive called him asking him to send me my money every month and i also ask for accounting to this property but i get nothing from him. Another thing is, I think he took out an equity line of credit but i dont know how this can be done Doesnt the bank need my signature also? Is he allowed to just take out loans on the property without me knowing? It doesnt seem right to me but im not sure.
A: You can initiate a probate matter to insist on an accounting and your rights to assets. See: http://www.courts.ca.gov/8865.htm
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