The statute of limitations for debts and lawsuits can vary significantly depending on the type of claim and the state in which the lawsuit is filed. Generally, for debts, statutes of limitations range from 3 to 15 years. This timeframe dictates how long a creditor has to initiate legal action to...View More
Fraud.The lease agreement was paid for in full. Both of them knew about them.covid hit .the land owner had 8&half acres.The lease agreement was for a parcel and a small house. The buyer had ali the property survey. without the lease agreement family knowledge. Then got a warranty deed. The... View More
The home I inherited has a debt on it and the house is insured by the estate. Once the estate closes, is it too late to get homeowners insurance or do I need to do that now? I can work on financing for the house but what does that mean for the current insurance? Would I need insurance in my name ?
If you are leasing land and the owner sells it, your rights will largely depend on the terms of your lease agreement and state laws governing landlord-tenant relationships. Typically, when a property is sold, the new owner inherits the rights and obligations of the previous owner, including any...View More
My spouse died and I was not on the loan or the deed the home. The home has a debt on it. I know I can get the deed done up, but what about the loan? I know the debt doesn’t go away and I need to figure something out about that like try to assume it if I want to stay or find a way to pay it off.... View More
You may be able to find a lender for a refinance, which will require you to have it of record how you own as an heir. Affidavit of Heirship and/or probate will be in order. Your credit will be involved. Once you have a source of title, you may be able to sell it subject to the secured debt.
If a deceased person left a home with a debt to a beneficiary, regardless of married to them then or not, can or a will a mortgage company erase the debt? The surviving spouse wasn’t on the deed or mortgage. Only the deceased person.
If the surviving spouse gets the deed to the home put... View More
I am the executor of an estate. A beneficiary of a home (due to a person being deceased) has been granted status as successor of interest. The payments have been kept up via automatic payments under the deceased persons account. If with these circumstances, can the loan be called DUE NOW if he... View More
A home mortgage lender may NOT call a loan due on account of the death of the borrower if the lender has been informed that the property will be inherited by a relative. Your facts did not say whether or not this is case, but that fact is highly relevant. If a relative is the...View More
Increase because homesteaders rights were took away even though I'm 68;but it hasn't been changed over to me. She's been dead 8-10 years now. Don't know if her will went through probate because my brother died after she did and he was executor. How do I get deed in my name or... View More
You will likely need to file a quiet title action to get a deed to the property. This will involve suing any person that might have an interest in the property. The other option that might be available is to go through the probate process. This would likely need be done in the county where your...View More
This will likely require you to file an ejectment action. An ejectment action is similar to an eviction but involves some unique procedures and rules. You should contact a local lawyer to discuss what claims you may have.
Our HOA documents say the board can be removed with or without cause at any time with a majority vote from association members. There are enough signatures on a petition agreeing that a new board should be put in place and the old board removed to meet the majority. The committee formed to... View More
In the context of an HOA (Homeowners Association), whether signing a petition is considered a formal vote depends on the specific bylaws and governing documents of your HOA. Typically, these documents outline the procedures for voting, including how votes can be cast and what constitutes a valid...View More
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