My mother, two years before deceasing, made an act of donation of a rental property belonging to her and my father to my niece without my father signature as required by Art 2353. My father deceased in 2019, today this property is in his name and my niece's name. Is this act of donation valid?
If your spouse was the actual owner in the public record, then she can donate her portion. You should review the trasnfer document to make sure it was property prepared and executed. Also, it should be noted that donation, if proper, would be donated subject to any and all encumbrances which...View More
I AM THE BUYER AND PAYMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE ON TIME FROM BEGINNING AND TAXES PAID REGULARLY// SELLER HAS SENT A NEW CONTRACT INCREASING THE INTREST W/RAISED THE PAYMENT AND ADDED 50,000 TO THE ORIGONAL PAYOFF.
Has a Deed been executed and recorded with you as the owner or not? If not, then you do not own anything but probably a contractual right, which the seller might try to modify. Just because you have paid out monies does not make you the titled owner. Hire a competent LA attorney for advice.
What exactly do you want? If you want to nullify the transfer then one way of doing this is to prove that the document transferring the property was not properly done/completed. If you want to challenge this, then you should first have a specific consult with an attorney to determine what needs...View More
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Garbage truck damaged my home left me without power for 32 days during the hottest part of the year. They are contracted through our police jury. Both have agreed the garbage company is responsible. Still waiting to be reimbursed. I had to get a loan on my car to get it fixed I have now los my car... View More
If you have not consulted/hired an attorney then that's what you need to do as apparently what you have done thus far has not resulted in the results you seek. Use the Justia Find a Lawyer tab and search for accident or litigation lawyers in your area---call a few---many may offer free...View More
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If/since you have no idea what i am doing or how all of this works, then you should consult with a lawyer to have your questions answered. if after a consult with a lawyer you decide to represent yourself, then that's fine (although I would disagree), but make sure you consult with a lawyer....View More
My boyfriend is a little older than me and my parents aren't proud. They want to break us apart. They are filling a restraining order against him. I think here a normal restraining order is about 2 years. Which should be right before im 18. But if they have a longer one, can I at 18 contact... View More
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