We went thru mediation . Both the title co. and the registers office say that they where things about the title that weren't right . Looking for a real estate attorney to take this case . The sister has sold the house I guess ?
Certain home owners were opposed to the new developer of the subdivision building lower valued houses. A law suit stopped the developer and now they (developer) is penalizing ONLY these home owners with astronomical assessments in order to recoup the money for lawyers fees during the law suit.
Our HOA recently had a vote regarding a change in the Covenants. Owners were allowed to submit completed voting forms to the community management company by mail or by e-mail. One person submitted a large file containing scans of dozens of completed voting forms with signatures that he said he... View More
Selling our home. have a buyer, scheduled to sign final paperwork day after tomorrow. The buyer was denied the load at the final underwriting. We have already moved out, signed a lease with a new home and now are being told, we have nothing. Just to put the house back on the market and hope for the... View More
have a signed Real estate purchase & agreement contract signed by the seller since Oct.6th, it was supposed to close by Nov.14th, but the buyer wanted to wait until after Thanksgiving, and now the seller doesn't want to honor agreement, because he says contract has expired, so I wanted to... View More
Many own one residence but several undeveloped lots. Our covenant reads, "property and/or lot owners will be responsible for maintenance and repairs of said items on the basis of each lot owner (including lots owned by the developers) paying a proportionate share calculated on the number of... View More
While the answer to any legal question depends on the particular facts and circumstances, it sounds like this could be a legal grant unless the 1970 grant of an easement from A to B was the grant of an "exclusive" easement. Most easements are non-exclusive.
In California, the legal requirement for a landlord to provide relocation assistance depends on specific circumstances, such as the reason for eviction and the type of housing. If your eviction is due to the landlord's decision to remove the property from the rental market under the Ellis Act,...View More
The access is a very narrow and dangerous road in rocky mountain terrain and I am trying to put up a gate for safety reasons, specifically to prevent head-on traffic. The gate would be unlocked and the servient estate would still have access although they do not use the road and have no reason to... View More
Licensee contacted me says I had to pay him the next day and he was going to draft the new lease agreement immediately. This was in late November however my lease ends in February. He asked for $600 and said the landlord is paying the other half. I questioned the validity of his claims and if it... View More
In New Mexico, if you believe that your half-sister, as the personal representative of your late brother's estate, has violated certain rights or acted improperly, you do have options to challenge her position.
First, you need to file a petition in the probate court that is handling...View More
Father's exwife owns the property. People that live in the house pay him, not her, directly the monthly amount to cover the mortgage payment on the property and nothing more. Is this considered "rental income" and should it be reported to the IRS? If so, who's taxes should it... View More
Our by-laws require the board to prepare and adopt a proposed budget and present to the unit owners at an annual meeting. 30 days notice was not given, the meeting was held two weeks after the budget was provided to unit owners. At the meeting it challenged that the 30 day requirement was not met... View More
Two sisters inherited a house, one is the executor of the will. They both wish to sell the house but the executor payed the mortgage for the last two months out of pocket instead of out of the estate funds. She now wants reimbursed saying there were no estate funds only the bequeathments as set by... View More
Yes. The sister can petition the court to remove the Personal Representative, who is not doing the job properly. There is no reason to pay a mortgage if the estate is insolvent. It just means the house must be sold. The bank will get all its money at settlement, if the price is high enough. The...View More
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