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You need to take your lease and that notice to quit and records showing whether or not you have paid the lease as agreed to a local attorney ASAP. We can't provide an answer here because the...Read more »
There are several ways to do this and MANY wrong ways.
A Quit claim deed is one but you need to appropriately record transfer affidavits and report the gift properly. There probably won’t be tax due but depending on how you structure things a return may be due. The rules are complicated...Read more »
My mother wants to pass the house on to me when she passes, but she also has the potential to be in long term care in the couple years. Will medicare take our house if she goes into long term care (or do they even currently have a lien due to my deceased father being in a nursing home)? How can we... Read more »
winning in the courts. Our attorney filed a motion to enforce a mediation agreement without our permission and has other small missteps because he appears to want to be done yet we don't know if another attorney will take us. Our case is good.
We maintain the land and have only six feet easement beyond the road at that point in the easement. She shares the easement in that area. Since she benefits and there is no other place to put the snow, if the land I push over the embankment lands on her land is it illegal?
The simplest way is to execute a quit-claim deed to your daughter as grantee. However, you should consult with an attorney to explore the options available. Do you intend that she own the property outright, immediately? Do you intend to co-own it with her until your death so that she takes title...Read more »
My mother purchased her first home in August of 2020. To her dismay, when she was reviewing her paperwork she learned her ex had gotten his name on her deed. Her ex has been terrorizing her for over a decade. He has over 7 violent criminal charges for attacking her, nearly killing her once.... Read more »
Elderly parents just singed to buy a home. Upon their first night stay, they experienced an overwhelming sewage smell throughout the house. The next day discovered why...the real estate agent did not disclose the issue ...and in fact covered it up with pine sol cleaner and open windows during the... Read more »
No you cannot simply 'rescind' a completed transaction. You MAY be able to sue for damages especially if the agent of sellers took some affirmative actions to hide defects and failed to make appropriate disclosures in the paperwork, but...Read more »
I am a novice real estate investor. The stated closing date in the purchase agreement was October 3rd. The house had a broken front window. I had an addendum stating the window would be fix by closing. The window wasn’t fixed until October 14th. I told the agent that I wanted to close on November... Read more »
You may have an action against the seller if the addendum is detailed and signed by both parties. If the window repair is required and they failed perform, then it seems that they are breaching the contract. Still, A real estate attorney would need to review your purchase offer before pressing your...Read more »
This is from the website of the state district court in Davison: "Davison Court serves Davison Township, Forest Township, Richfield Township, Atlas Township, City of Davison, Village of Goodrich and Village of Otisville." The 67th District Court also has a location in Burton. I would...Read more »
I won but my exhusband is suing me for his attorney fees in a civil case. I don’t have an attorney because I don’t have enough money for a retainer fee and legal aid said they don’t have the funding for my kind of case.
The park is paying to put in concrete and sheds for people buying their home, with a small fee added to their lot rent. But if I, a renter, want a shed, I have to pay for the concrete, and the shed. And the shed has to be approved by them. This just seems backwards to me. As I would have to pay for... Read more »
I had a tenant on a land contract purchase agreement that put the utilities in his name including the sewer bill. He could not make payments and violated the land contract with illegal drug activity so he was kicked out by the court of Menominee County, MI. He had left a sewer bill of $661.29 and... Read more »
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