The Puerto Rico Civil Code and relevant jurisprudence clearly states that no commoner (co-owner) may be forced to remain in a property community, which is what you and your 3 siblings have. If you do not want to sell your share but have the resources to buy out your siblings, you may do so....Read more »
Una de las partes implicadas construyó la pared medianera hace varios años. La otra parte que no aportó a la construcción alega el muro esta cediendo. El muro no ha sido examinado por un perito en construcción y aparenta estar en buen estado. La parte peticionaria solicita al Tribunal la parte... Read more »
La respuesta a su pregunta depende en dónde se construyó la pared medianera. Si se halla en el terreno de una de las partes, ese dueño es quien debe asumir el costo. Si se halla en el medio exacto entre ambas propiedades (o sea, que la pared medianera toca ambas propiedades, ambos dueños...Read more »
My father was admitted to a hospital in Ponce, PR. He has a living will that was done in the US. He came down with COVID. He is bed ridden, he has Parkins (full blown) he is immobilized, he has cancer in his stomach which has not spread yet. They tubed him with out consent of his family, the living... Read more »
I'm assuming that you are referring to an options contract subscribed. I advise that you prepare a letter and send it via certified mail with receipt confirmation, whereby you (a) refer to the appraisal amount; (b) refer to the specific contract terms providing for good faith negotiation in...Read more »
My father has been in residence at La Casa Del Veterano in Juana Diaz for many years along with my mom. Sept 24/25 he was taken to Hospital San Cristobal for problems with Covid, where they were told and then provided with a living will by my aunt. They said because it was created in the US, it... Read more »
The Puerto Rico Notary Law, Public Law No. 75 of July 2, 1987, as amended, requires that legal documents authorized by notary publics in the U.S. be legalized by the government institution that authorizes the commission of notary publics in that state. Then, said document should be protocolized by...Read more »
And the bank account has over 1000.00 dollars and they said is only 400. Dollar left but not one cant take money out . They want death certificate from my mothers two brothers that die over 20 years ago.
I'm assuming that a real estate property is involved where both you and your ex husband owned jointly while married. If so, the liquidation of the marital community property must be done by way of a deed in which you both must appear signing, either by physical presence or by way of empowering...Read more »
La acera está pintada de amarillo desde la entrada a mi marquesina hasta la rampa de impedidos. Y todo el visita al vecino se estaciona ahí, ya que el vecino tiene invadido su frente y la acera con 5 vehículos.
Address Loiza, PR. I am married & when traveling back to Florida, I chose to leave my husband, he new of the trip to visit my adult son & he purchased our tickets. Due to years of emotional abuse & an irreconcilable relationship. I have our 9yr old daughter with me, she is homeschooled... Read more »
Under normal circumstances, the illegal deprivation of custody is considered a misdemeanor (Article 121 of the Puerto Rico Penal Code); and occurs when a parent is denied the custody of a child. However, it is considered a felony with a fixed jail term of eight (8) years when the minor is...Read more »
No, she cannot sell the house without involving their children. Assuming that the house was bought by both grandparents, your grandmother owns only half of the property, since the other half is to be divided among his children.
If he passed away after the new Civil Code of November 2020,...Read more »
Town. We want to divide the land and register our parcel separately. How can we accomplish this? Can this transaction happen directly from seller to the two new buyers with each buyer claiming their part of the land? Or does it have to be registered under one person and then be separated? Need... Read more »
The property must be segregated by way of a deed. Although this can be accomplished in the sales deed, you cannot segregate a property without procuring required legal permits beforehand. The quickest, most expedient way I recommend would be for you and your sister purchase the land and register it...Read more »
If I’m stopped while driving, riding a bicycle, walking or even sitting at my balcony. Can a Police Officer request my license for “investigation reasons” without informing the reasons for stopping me and the alleged crimes I’ve been suspected to be about or have committed just by mere... Read more »
You need to repost your question under the Puerto Rico section not NJ as you have to have a chance of getting the right answer as here you will only get NJ lawyers and most don't know Puerto Rican law.
Typically question did not follow the right procedures before my dogs bladder surgery. He did not run a lab test on her and proceeded to do the surgery. After the surgery she got really sick and had to be hospitalized for three days and on Wednesday, August 31 you have to be euthanized. There was... Read more »
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