Is the joint tenancy/ownership among all three persons or just Persons B and C? Person B is now deceased. Document signed by Person A is a WARRANTY DEED (JOINT TENANCY). No money was paid by Persons B and C. Document was executed in Valencia County, NM.
I moved into my home in 2020 and it was re-roofed from brown to off-white (50/50 split cost with previous owner) at the point of sale. An HOA exists with the condition that roofs of this type must be "light tan or similar color". The sole HOA contact (a management company rep) informed me... Read more »
I've been in a seller financed real estate contract for 3 years and the contract states that an escrow company is to be used; however, the seller has chosen not to do that. We have no access to any financial information about our loan including interest and principal payments. The seller... Read more »
I do not wish to satisfy this judgement because the plaintiff was in the wrong, but she could hire an attorney, whereas I literally have no money. I am expecting a check from rental assistance that I want to protect from this judgement but I'm afraid that if I open an account at a different... Read more »
You will need a NM attorney that actually litigates real property. Title Searches will have to be performed first, and you may need a competent contractor to testify about the feasibility and expense of creating access. It will be an expensive and difficult Case, so purchasing a ROW is usually...Read more »
the seller kept delaying with all kinds of excuses. On Sunday, 6/28 she asked to delay closing for a couple of weeks. We agreed and I immediately emailed Pioneer Title in Alamogordo informing them that she wanted to delay closing. On monday, 6/29 the seller texted that she was canceling the... Read more »
Read your sale contract first. If you want the property and it does not appear the seller can disregard the sale, then hire a competent attorney to sue for specific performance. File suit while the earnest money is still in escrow, with the escrowee an included party (plaintiff or defendant).
I’m not entirely sure what you’re asking. The “homestead exemption” in New Mexico offers protection when debts are being collected from an individual...creditors are unable to force someone from their home to pay a debt (up to $60,000 is protected from creditors in these situations, see...Read more »
Lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--but we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (being unable to know what the future may bring) and am unable to opine on your current dilemma. Advice: wait and...Read more »
We have unused space in my building I wish to sublease. I asked and received permission according to the terms of my original lease but with additional terms. Property management needs a copy of the agreement, our tenant needs liability insurance and they want 25% of the agreed upon rent! Is that... Read more »
I purchased a water softener unit for my house and I recently found out that the finance company placed a lien on my property as soon as the contracts were signed. The payments have been paid regularly and up to date when I found out of the lien on my property. Can this be done without a judgement?
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