Q: How do I get a free consultation with an attorney with a background in real estate law in Puerto Rico. No answer yet.
Have a cousin who has put his small business on my father's property without permission and there is no written agreement. My father has the deed to this property. He is now expanding. My cousin says he has a business permit and is allowed to be there. How do find out that this is true? How do we know the property can be used for business purposes. My cousin says the land belongs to the town municipal. Don't think that is true but I like to confirm that. We like to sell the house and the surrounding properties in the future can we sell it anyway even though he is on there? Will property tax increase because of this business. Will there be penalty fees because he has a business on our property that may not be legit? What happens is there is an accident? Can we do some kind of home harmless agreement, making my cousin responsible if something does happen? Like to know what options we have, how to take action when I go to Puerto Rico soon. May need Attorney. Thank you.
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