My dad left me a 1960's single wide he purchased in 1995.
The loan was a 5 year loan and he was proud of it being paid off. Now when I'm trying to get/ transfer the title I find the lien holder is still on the title. Lien holder is no longer in this business. What do I need to... Read more »
Expired Mortgage Lien Claimant: The "judge" route will be an action filed in your jurisdiction's Superior Court - difficult in this situation, not based on the law or the facts (that's the easy part of your claim), but in trying show "proof of service" in connection...Read more »
notice of grounds for Denial of Application for Real Estate Brokers License? I went to school took my test passed both national and state brokers exam, applied for my license and they denied it. I have past criminal drug charges and some misdemeanors I believe they are concerned about. My last... Read more »
It is possible that you, your predecessors and the same for the adjoining property, may have ACQUIESCED to the established on the ground boundary line, irregardless of the titled legal description boundaries. But 5 foot is alot, and it sounds like he just got a survey. It may be prudent to...Read more »
The home I own in Will County, IL is on rented land. Damages to my decking and the home itself (ceiling and wall cracking, sinking foundation) has been caused by a water main break on the land for which the landowner holds responsibility. I am seeking the legal advice on the correct steps to take... Read more »
A purchase agreement contract has been signed and turned in to the title company. The buyer had to pay for a land survey. The land turned out to be 28 acres instead of 20 acres. Can the seller change the price already agreed upon for the acreage?
I sold a piece of property in 2009 in Texas. The person never filed the deed and indicated that he lost the deed. He has not take the property. I have been paying the taxes on the property since 2009. It’s still in my name at the court house. What can I do?
Hire a competent TX attorney to file a Quiet Title Action. Your payment of taxes will really help you. This would be a classic "Bill Quia Timet", because you fear a claim. An adjudication should place title in you only and prevent the would be purchaser from ever claiming title. Or...Read more »
My 18 year old has signed a lease for a one week VRBO rental for a group of teens who will be 17 and 18. They are a responsible group but he has purchased Accidental Damage insurance. If anyone were to get injured would he be liable? If so, is there liability insurance that we can purchase?
Father passed away mother still alive there is no living will but there is a property deed with my name and 2 Siblings one of which doesn't live near and hasn't been around much or had anything to do with the property the other of which one is deceased , i still reside there and have... Read more »
A brother of my husband, who has passed, is asking for a copy of his Will so that more names can be added to a house that is in the family. Since Wendell died, his name is the only other name associated with the house. The house was left by their mother. Wendell & brother we’re to be... Read more »
and I did so with the first two payments then they sold the note before I submitted the last payment. Is that contract still valid? The new servicer says it will take several weeks to update their records and in the meantime the investor who bought the note sent me a refi offer. Where do I stand... Read more »
Let me start be saying that I'm sorry for the loss of your father.
Unfortunately, the only way to gain ownership to the property is to go through the probate process. If the land is less than $200,000 you will qualify to use a shortened probate process. A probate attorney can help you...Read more »
You have not stated the exact estate you own, but either tenant in common can sell their individual interest. Usually no prudent buyer would purchase without receiving the fee simple absolute conveyed by all titled owners. Partition is also a possibility.
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