Do anything with it, doesn't live on it, doesn't pay taxes on it, I've offered to buy him out and will pay the amount he requested but he is avoiding me, is there anything legally I can do to make the process happen?
We live in Missouri and we want to know how can we get the lien off of our property the blue world pool is removable they can come get it we just want out of all of it they're ripping us off
answered on Nov 18, 2022
You will need to retain an attorney to determine whether you can get out of your contract.
home is 3 year old display in Frontenac, purchased one year ago from builder.
Whole subdivision was built, including grading and drainage. Frontenac has
yet to sign off on completion.
answered on Aug 8, 2022
You need to have an attorney review the contract and learn the relevant facts in order to get meaningful advise, as well as to understand your options. There is no specific statute in Missouri that stays a builder is automatically liable any time water enters the basement of a 3-year old house.... Read more »
Deceased husband along with herself signed it over to current general warranty deed person
answered on Oct 22, 2019
If you want a lawyer to help you do whatever it is you are trying to do, you must restate the question--and add many more facts when you do.
answered on Aug 15, 2019
Your post is unclear. If you are inquiring about how to file an adverse possession lawsuit, I suggest you get a survey done and hire a good real estate attorney.
On it as a forever residence could there be a way to pay an owners unpaid property tax and gain a title to the land that way
answered on Jul 31, 2019
You can purchase property at a tax sale. But you will need to consult an attorney familiar with the process of getting the deed to the land in your name.
Say the business is a salvage yard in city limits, but there has been a law made since it opened that no longer allows a salvage yard in city limits, but since the business was there first, its grandfathered in. If that land and business switches owners, does that grandfather claus still apply with... Read more »
answered on Jul 5, 2019
I am not licensed to practice in Missouri--but unless Missouri is unlike most if not all other states--grandfather clauses like the one you described here do not "run with the land." That means the answer is no, the new owner cannot expect to keep operating the junk yard--lawfully.... Read more »
answered on May 24, 2019
Depends on the zoning requirements in the residential area. Probably not, however.
answered on Mar 9, 2019
You should have a surveyor prepare the new legal descriptions of both properties. Then a deed needs to be prepared transferring the parcel being transferred. A lawyer can do that. But start with a surveyor.
I am having drainage problems on both sides of my home. On one side, water drains from “higher” neighbors gutters which ultimately resulted in water entering my home. I had an expensive French drain installed.
In the course of resolving this problem, it was discovered that on the... Read more »
answered on Nov 29, 2018
Whether you are responsible depends on if a lawsuit is filed and the outcome of the lawsuit. It is tough to opine as to how a court would rule without there being a petition to review and without knowing all of the facts. I suggest that you too consult with an attorney.
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