I'm having trouble with identifying to potential buyers parcels with no individual street or highway numbers. The Perry County 911 Coordinator tells me that they don't assign numbers until a home is built. When this problem arose earlier with my own home, the local post master told me to... Read more »
I am getting a mortgage on half of the properties and the owner is financing the other half problem is for the equity to add up to where the mortgage company will finance there has to be properties from both LLCs in the mortgage the title company is saying this cannot happen is it possible to do... Read more »
We are buying an investment property with month-to-month renters still residing in the house. They never had a term lease, only month to month. If they are given more than 30 days (44 days between when we sign contract and closing) notice to terminate and vacate by current owner/landlord before... Read more »
Hi my grandmother passed away back in 1993. My father her eldest son moved in her home and lived there for 24-25 yrs until his death in 2014. He never probated property due to being unable to locate her will. However, the whole time he lived on property he did perform upgrades by adding a pond and... Read more »
It probably means that you do not own the home. It is owned by the estate of someone who has passed and either his or her will requires the house to be sold or it needs to be sold to pay his or her debts. A local probate attorney can help you with this.
Easement is to the property behind us. The property is primarily woods and pasture area not used. The people who own that land do not use the easement properly and go through out property as an "easier" route. We would like to terminate the easement but are unsure if that's possible.
I doubt you have a portion of 30 acres owned with other tenants in common. Hire a competent AR attorney to search the title to determine what exactly you own. Then file an action for Partition if the others will not agree to sell or buy you out.
The husband did not have a will. And it never went through probate. But she never took his name off of the house. The wife recently died with one surviving son, who has and was living in the house for 27 out of 34 years. And now the husband's children want there part of the house. She also... Read more »
More than likely the wife took the fee as the surviving tenant by the entirety, which would mean her heirs own it as tenants in common. But it all depends on what estate was created when they purchased it. Hire a competent AR attorney to search the title.
Also, if I have an ingress egress easement across their property line that runs the same length and width of the one on my property, but my easement is encroached on the entire length of the easement is that grounds to have the easement removed?
You might have to file an Action for a Partition Sale. Hire a competent AR attorney to prosecute this Action which will probably involve some service by publication. The taxes paid might be recovered as contributions, but do not count on it.
From your facts, the property will not go through the Probated Will Estate, unless the mother owns an interest in the property at death. Hire a competent attorney to search the title and answer your question for certain.
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