I Dont want to break lease however i need to have something done. my brother is a threat to my wellbeing as i am an Employee with secret clearance for a government contractor and my brother whose pending several felonies and under "house arrest supervision" managed to get on lease and... Read more »
Brother and sister own (equally) ½ each of a house, and 1/3 and 2/3rds respectively of summer property. The nephews inherit for each. When can the property be sold to liquidate the estate: when the brother dies, when the sister dies, or, does it have to wait until both pass away? How are capital... Read more »
answered on Aug 25, 2022
He could reject the lease and get out of it if he files bankruptcy. A mortgage and ownership vested in you is a much safer plan.
I have provided multiple written notices to enter a week in advance. The tenant continuously wants to reschedule. I cannot keep rescheduling with the bank. Not sure what to do at this point.
answered on Sep 29, 2021
Hire a competent CT attorney to file an eviction action to recover possession.
answered on Aug 17, 2021
Whatever proceeds you agree to share with him is your decision. But apparently he owns the exact estate that you do, and without his signature, there will be no conveyance. Your paying the Note is irrelevant.
structure on it. I have asked them to remove it and replace the wall. I am just ignored. What can I do. Vince Cleri
answered on Jul 26, 2021
You will need a boundary line survey to prove you own all or most of the wall, with the surveyor available as a witness. Then you sue the adjoining owner for trespass, tort damages and possible conversion of the stones. Hopefully you will not need a Boundary Dispute Action. All of this is... Read more »
and the fence was already there. I have been maintaining neighbor's 8-in property since then. I recently built a fence that joins my neighbor's fence for my dog. I installed new poles close to the old fence so my fence does not touch my neighbor's. My neighbor is asking me to move my... Read more »
answered on Jul 16, 2021
The Boundary Line is probably established by Acquiesence. Hire a CT attorney to search both titles and determine the common boundary line of record. Be prepared to defend your title on Acquiesence if he sues you.
i am the owner of a single family home that I am renting- A tenant is renting from me and has signed a lease with her attorney co signing as trustee (the attorney manages the tenants trust fund)- Does that mean the attorney is legally responsible if rent is not paid or home is damaged etc? i.e.-... Read more »
answered on Jan 29, 2021
The attorney is signing in his capacity as trustee of the trust so he is not personally responsible the trust is. If you had to pursue the trust for payment you would name the attorney as trustee as defendant in a collection suit to obtain a judgment against the trust.
I have a residential tenant and their lease is expiring. If they want to go month to month and we don't sign a new lease- Do the terms of the expired lease carry over into a month-to-month tenancy?
answered on Jan 29, 2021
A standard clause of most written leases provides that the terms of the written lease continue if the tenant holds over as a month to month lease. Check your lease to look for this clause.
When purchasing a probate home in CT, is there a minimum deposit amount required? I believe some states require a 10% deposit, is this true for CT as well?
answered on Sep 28, 2020
No. There is no law regarding the size of a deposit. There are quite a few factors that go into buying a home and identifying the deposit amount. Speak with your realtor or speak with a real estate attorney. Many attorneys (my firm included) like to speak to real estate clients early in the process... Read more »
public use. The town proposes to use a residential culdesac for parking and public access to the trail site in the wetlands which is surrounded by residential homes.
The neighborhood has no outlet thru streets all traffic must leave the same way it came in by turning around either in a... Read more »
answered on Jul 15, 2020
This is something a Connecticut attorney is best qualified to advise on, but your post remains open for four weeks. As a GENERAL matter, the use of land for a given purpose could sometimes result in various types of studies (traffic, noise, air quality, etc.) to assess the environmental impact on a... Read more »
What is the ct. exemption code under Conn. Gen. Stat. 12-498
answered on Jun 3, 2020
The question is a little unclear.
Likely you are filling out the conveyance tax form. Download the instructions for the conveyance tax form, from the same website you downloaded the conveyance tax form. The instruction form will give instructions for each line and likely answer your... Read more »
Could live in home as long as they want, then sisters,also heirs could sell house. It’s going through probate, now the state of Connecticut sees three heirs that owe money, $80,000,14,000,,12,000,they told my brother they want house sold to get the money. What can we do to avoid paying these... Read more »
answered on May 20, 2020
Your problem lies with filing for Probate. That was not required. Hire a competent attorney to see if the Probate Proceeding can be Dismissed, which is doubtful.
I want to walk away from this problem bcuz i cannot pay the mortgage.can i walk away from this home?the house cant get sold because she died without will .i just want to walk away and not deal with this .what are my options.
I’m buying a small plot of land for a very cheap price, I’m looking to see if there is some sort of catch that can cause me financial burden
answered on Apr 30, 2020
If the real property is just deeded to you, then you take the tract subject to whatever encumbrances are on it. But as long as you do not assume or guarantee any debts on the plot, then those encumbrances are only against the land and are not your personal obligation. However any liens, taxes,... Read more »
do i have sole ownership as tenant in common?
answered on Apr 27, 2020
If you were awarded the home in the divorce, then you would be the sole owner. If she was awarded the home in the divorce, then her estate is now the sole owner. If the divorce ordered you two to own the home 50/50 after divorce, then yes. The home will need to be probated and the probate court... Read more »
We need to relist it. My brother says that financially he doesn't need to sell it and wants to list it for a price that is $60,000 higher than the price it was already listed at. A new, potential listing agent has indicated it would be unlikely to sell it at such an exorbitant price and... Read more »
answered on Mar 24, 2020
You may be able to file a partition action to get the court to order the sale of the property and distribution of the proceeds.
I live in my fathers house. He moved to NC. I've been here 5 years+. He was paying the mortgage and insurance until he passed. Now, because I live here is it fully my responsibility to pay these funds during probate? There are 4 heirs.
answered on Mar 9, 2020
The answer depends on who is going to inherit the house. It is they who need to pay the carrying costs. If they don’t pay those expenses out of pocket the estate can advance them if the estate has the liquidity to do so, but eventually they get charged to whoever inherits the house.
My husband is concerned about a tax he says he will have to pay upon his parents death in order to inherit the real estate they are leaving him in their will. I live in North Carolina but have not had any experience with the inheritance of Real Estate and so have no idea what he is referring to and... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2020
If the estate is worth more than 2.6 million dollars then he will need to pay estate taxes.
i was awarded our marital property in a divorce but my ex wife quit claimed it to a third party. who thinks and feels they own the property but we both have a recorded deed? how can i quiet their title? or what course of action do i take
answered on Dec 3, 2019
I would need more information to provide a good answer, for instance, when did your ex wife quit claim the property to the third party and under what circumstances. Furthermore, I am assuming you did not sign the quit claim deed to the third party. If not, then your wife may have only quit claimed... Read more »
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