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0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Arbitration / Mediation Law and Probate for Georgia on
Q: i have a confusing question

okay say this woman and man were married but only his name was on the house deed. They divorced and he married another woman. They seperate and he gets back with previous wife. but never divorces the other woman. but him and the first wife get back together (even though he still married to the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Family Law, Real Estate Law and Medical Malpractice for California on
Q: my ex is in the house we own and I've been homeless for 7 yrs the title says if we split up we have to sell house

And split money does he have to follow rules of title and if so I need help!

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Florida on
Q: Can the president of an HOA board also be a member of the architectural committee? Can her husband?
Barbara Billiot Stage
Barbara Billiot Stage answered on Dec 6, 2021

Each committee, except a committee to impose fines, has a chairman who is usually a board member unless the board decides to appoint someone else. Often the architectural committee is made up of the board of directors because of the lack of volunteers. A board members spouse can serve on a... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Pennsylvania on
Q: Im finalizing my rent assistance which is paying the rent for the next 15 month the an now my lease is not being renewed

My lease is not being renewed an i don't know why its just me in my son living here we where almost evicted i applied for rent assistance i finalize that monday an they pay the rent for the next 15 months but now the landlord is not renewing my lease is that leagal ?

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Kansas on
Q: I had someone too be a POA and and they took a lot of things out of our house but is there anything that I can do. Shor

Shortly after we wrote her POA she took items out of our house and land that did belong to her Our neighbors stated that they saw them taking it items out of the house and putting them in a box moving van. And it was revoked in May I have found out that my car and some property was sold and she... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Landlord - Tenant and Probate for Arizona on
Q: If my father has passed away interstate, but I am named power of attorney, does that make me "Next of Kin?"

So my father has passed away, and I was labeled power of attorney. I have the death certificates, all the paperwork from his funeral services, and an open probate case for the house. I basically just need to know if I have authority to demand rent from people who resided in the house before my... Read more »

Nina Whitehurst
Nina Whitehurst answered on Dec 5, 2021

The power of attorney automatically ended when your father passed away. If you have been appointed executor or personal representative or administrator of his estate then, yes, you have the authority to enforce any existing lease, including demanding rent pursuant to the lease. Or you can evict... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Oklahoma on
Q: Need to know if 41-111 (F) has changed at all since 1978 or of it is the same?

Person lived on farm we r leasing. He was told to leave last July by man we lease from. He hasnt left. Has been asked to leave by dhs for mold in the house. He does not have a tenant agreement with anyone. He has been allowed to stay becuz he was homeless in exchange for a few hrs of lawn care and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Environmental and Land Use & Zoning for Indiana on
Q: What is Indiana's controlling case law on water and earth movement from higher property to adjacent lower property?

Higher ground owner removes a tree on property sloping toward neighbor's adjacent lower property potentially sending both water and earth onto neighbor's lower property. What is the responsibility of the higher ground owner to mitigate water flow and to prevent earth movement onto the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Civil Litigation for Illinois on
Q: Issues with my HOA.

My HOA will not replace bushes that have died on the common area by my unit but they did plant bushes by our monument because "what surrounds the monument was dead or dying and they felt improvements were needed because it is at the entrance to the subdivision" (in other words for... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Colorado on
Q: I'm listed on deed am I intiteled to profit from sale of house. I do not pay mortgage

I am on the deed of the house. My mom pays the mortgage. She is selling the house and is going to take me to court because she doesn't want to giveme 1/2 of the profit from selling the house. Am I entitled to half if I did not pay mortgage but paid utilities, trash, cable and internet. I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: PA Is there a time frame landlords provide you with an updated lease?

I have been reassigned my garage parking spot, and my landlord has not provided me with an updated lease, I have contacted the office several times, in-person, via phone, and email. I want a written agreement because they continue to threaten to tow my vehicle because "the spot doesn't... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Iowa on
Q: If two individuals own a property, both names are on the deed, do you need permission from both owners to say, hunt?

The property is in Iowa and it is owned by two family members. We just need clarification if permission is needed from both owners before anyone can hunt, fish, or ride four wheelers on the property. Thank you.

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Dec 3, 2021

Either Tenant In Common can prohibit you from hunting on the property. So it would be much better to get written permission from all owners. One owner might not know about the other giving permission and put you in jail. You want to keep both owners happy. Game Wardens will also want permission... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Florida on
Q: Real estate sales contract differs from closing documents.

Sales contract indicates individual is purchasing property however, closing documents show husband and wife. We are told a divorce is in progress. Is this acceptable that the documents don’t match? Florida real estate law.

Jane Kim
Jane Kim answered on Dec 3, 2021

That's fine, so long as your financials are the same (closing documents control). And both spouses must always sign, even if one is on the Note and only one intends to live there.

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Tax Law for Connecticut on
Q: How can a private party mortgagee forgive a mortgage?

My daughter is a mortgagee on our principal residence. She now simply wants to forgive that mortgage of approximately $5K. Is accomplishing this as simple as her hiring an attorney to draw up and record a mortgage release for her? Will there be any tax consequences for my wife and I due to this... Read more »

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