My step sister and I inherited a home (50/50) from our father, I want to sell my half. She lives in the home. She agrees with selling, but it's 2 years now and hasn't done anything moving forward. I just want my share of inheritance. What are my options?
Hire a competent ID attorney to do one or the other: draft a Deed with proper Derivation of Title Clause and you sell your tenancy in common interest for an agreed price actually paid over; or file suit for a Partition Sale.
How can i tell if my realtor/brokerage i was using is going after me? I have signed termination papers, a few months ago. And now they are bringing stuff up into my personal life as if they are coming after me.
Okay, correct me if my recitation of facts is incorrect: you worked for a realtor? You quit, a few months ago? They are "coming after you," for something? And, they are using facts from your personal life to "come after you?" If these facts are correct, then this is my...Read more »
Party A excavates his lot in preparation for building a home. He violates state law by not providing written notice required by statute to Party B about intent to excavate, and remove lateral supporting soil at their mutual property line. After the damage is done, Party A sends Party B a letter... Read more »
I think your question involves malpractice? If so, you should first consult the Idaho Rules of Professional Conduct: https://isb.idaho.gov/bar-counsel/irpc/ Look first at the lawyer's B's duty to his clients. Then look at the lawyer's B's duties when working with 3rd...Read more »
If a real estate deal falls through, can the realtors you have say things to people about you? I had a real estate deal fall through and the realtor is saying horrible things about me now to a big social network we are all part of.
While this is not per se illegal, it is unwise. By disclosing information on social media, the RE officer can "defame" you; that is, if the RE agent discloses her "opinion" of you, that's not objectionable, except to you personally. Every human being is judged, based on...Read more »
no leans on home and HOA approves of the shed and was built not knowing city requirements. it's only 5 ft longer and has existed for about 5 years with no issues in the backyard. Was built with boundary guidelines i.e. clearances from home and property line are fine. no plumming only has... Read more »
You can always sell your home, to anyone you want to sell to. . . as long as the fact that your shop is not within the CC&R guidelines, or city "set back, boundary" restrictions. This would be a BAD fact to omit if you are selling your home. Because, whether you have the City coming...Read more »
A friend offered my family to live in his house because he is always on the road. We have now lived in said homes for 5 years and he offered on multiple occasions to sell us the home for 90k. We finally agreed, no that we are 3 weeks from closing he is saying that his ex wife will not re-sign the... Read more »
Very interesting situation for sure. Here's what the law will say:
1. He had the right to sell you the property. Real property is "unique," that is, money won't remedy a breach. It's the only property on earth that you can actually force the sale of, as long as...Read more »
My home for 75000 with it still in my name. Prior to this I had it sold until landlord interfered and realtor eventually had to pull away because of his interface and she became scared of him and I have emails stating this. What can I do ? Cuz no one in my small town will help me.
Is this normal or legal? Example. We have 8000 cleaning bill at the end for a 4000 sq ft home. Many line items have ended in results over going over without knowing any price of the worked that was performed until the bank draws. No estimates or nothing.
Of course that can happen and often does. Do you need to be in on EVERY decision the General Contractor does, or did you hire him to make decisions about WHO to hire to do different parts of the project? Did you pay the General Contractor or does you contract with the GC, say that "despite...Read more »
Seeking Quiet Title for a piece of property I own in St. Maries, ID. Everything has been filed, accepted, processed, adjudicated upon & a Default Judgment has been granted..but it is incumbent upon me to file a 'Proposed Judgment of Quiet Title'. I can't find an example of such a... Read more »
You will need a competent ID attorney to draft that proposed Order. Remember the Order is adjudicating Title to real property. It is permanent and must be perfect. And every cloud on titles is different. If you do it yourself, and probably mess up, it is another cloud on the title you are...Read more »
I did sign off the final inspection, even though my agent ( who was a dual agent) didn't tell me that the $ would be considered non refundable. The sale of my home was my money/financing for the new home. The buyers of my house backed out a day before closing.
What you need to do is look at each, signed contract. You need to examine what the contingency or contingencies were and the time and dates that the contingencies must be met or dropped or failed etc. That's what a lawyer will do for you. It is a complicated set of facts to figure out without...Read more »
I had an accepted purchase offer on a home I am buying. The home was advertised with a lifetime warranty on a metal roof. Prior to closing, I found out there was no permit on file for the new roof and the roof warranty was not a lifetime. The owner is not able to provide receipts for the roof in... Read more »
The fact that you closed on the property even knowing that the property did not have 50 years left on the roof, will be used against you as an "affirmative defense," if you sue to get out of the contract. You may have a breach of contract claim, if you can show that the 50 yr warranty...Read more »
I would go to the county courthouse and ask where the Recorder's office is. Once there, i would give them either an address or description of the property and ask to see all of the recorded documents on that piece of land. That will give you a complete look at the property's history, show...Read more »
I am Executor of my ex husband's will. I want to make sure his house does not go to probate. Which deed document should I file at the Clerk of Court: Tenants in Common, General Warranty Deed, Grant Deed or Quit Claim deed?
Also, my last name has changed (I recently married) and my... Read more »
Your ex husband's will MUST go through "probate," it's the law. However, you will find that it's NOT a big deal. The Uniform Probate Code was developed to help folks transfer deeds to other people; to get the wishes of the departed, carried out without the greed and...Read more »
Leases are "contracts." A "Contract," is two or more parties, making an "agreement." Most agreements for apartments are in writing. Do you have a copy of the contract? Did you sign the "Lease Agreement?" If you did, simply read it. What does it say...Read more »
The newer residents seem keen to participate but very few of the older residents have expressed any interest in communicating in an open forum. There is a water well that is maxed and in need of updates. There is supposed to be a road to all of the lots but there is no road to my property and... Read more »
Land use restrictions in Idaho, came from Germany. The Idaho legislature and courts have ruled that these restrictions on land ownership are legal, but they will be strictly enforced against the drafter; which means that IF there is ANY ambiguity in the CC&Rs and someone is in trouble because...Read more »
Original contract; time of essence clause, original close date Oct 30, 2020. Seller did not meet. Addendum for release of earnest money (non-refundable) for customization. Addendum for new close date, November 16, to close not met by seller, In single contract state, (Idaho), do all addendums... Read more »
You don't lose any rights by being forcibly removed from your own home. The frustration you feel is felt by every, single male who is removed and now has to pay for two (2) residences. If you own it outright without your mate's co-ownership, simply sell it out from under her and buy a...Read more »
Typically in a "rent-to-own" situation, there isn't a "mortgage" or other debt-guarantee instrument. A home owner generally enters into a "contract" whereby the "renter," makes a certain number of "rent to own" payments or a certain,...Read more »
Idaho law provides you an opportunity to sue to "partition" or "buy out" an unwilling owner of their share. You need to tell the remaining, unwilling owner, that if you have to sue to make her sell her "interest," that you will be asking the Court to award your...Read more »
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