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0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Probate for South Carolina on
Q: My mom sign my dad's property over into my name then I went back 4 years later signed it back over to her but it never

Recorded at the deeds office in her name now she has passed and she doesn't have a deed in her name so now what when I sign the papers I sign it all back and now I have no deed for my home it's in her name but wasn't recorded

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law and Sexual Harassment for South Carolina on
Q: I suspect my childs maternal grandma told her to tell people I touch her "lulu". It's not true. How do I protect myself?

My 3 year old has recently been saying and repeating to family members that i have been putting my finger in her "lulu" (private parts), i absolutely have not and would not and i suspect her maternal grandmother of manipulating and conditioning her to say this. My child and her mother and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Construction Law for South Carolina on
Q: Purchased a new home construction in October 2021 from Realstar. Next day we were told they sold out to Lennar

We have been dealing with Lennar since then. Lennar sold the remaining lots in the community and built those homes and sol them while totaling not doing anything with ours. Right now our house doesn’t have shingles and won’t be ready until February or March

1 Answer | Asked in Foreclosure and Tax Law for South Carolina on
Q: Does a delinquent property tax sale go on your record as a foreclosure?
D. Nathan Davis
D. Nathan Davis
answered on Dec 6, 2022

Which record are you referring to? I assume you are referring to property records. Of course, when the sale is completed, the property records will reflect that the property was sold and who the buyer was who purchased the property at tax sale.

The credit report will reflect that the...
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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Probate for South Carolina on
Q: Ex and I are JTROS on our paid for home. Partition default judgement months ago, but delinquent tax sale does what to us

What happens with the partition during the redemption period of the delinquent tax sale?

Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
answered on Dec 6, 2022

Any Partition Action will be subject to the Tax Sale, which should have been part of the Partition Sale Order. Apparently the Partition Action is incomplete and erroneous. High tax bidder will ignore the Partition action.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and DUI / DWI for South Carolina on
Q: What does sc "Highway rights Of Way"(SC section 61-4-110) mean? This is in open container stature.

I was not pulled over by officer or on a highway of any type. I had an empty container in my car in the trash bag in car . I was cited with violation of open container statue. I had pulled off highway to turn into a motel for night, as I was moving. It was one am and I was extremely tired. My car... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Family Law for South Carolina on
Q: Is there anything that can be done to get an Order, signed by a Judge in Family Court, reversed? He ruled against defend

The couple were married only 6 weeks when she had to leave. She is 23 and she was threatened by the Plaintiff with an arrest if she didn't come in and sign the Separation Papers that day. Out of fear, she did sign without reading them thereby that separation of properties, she didn't know... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation and Construction Law for South Carolina on
Q: I had a contractor come to my home they agreed to do a small bathroom we went to Lowes together for materials I purchase

I purchased 460$ in materials to began following day the following day I called and get no answer and got my phone blocked

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for South Carolina on
Q: Am I responsible to appear in court for a car that was up for repossesion that was towed to a tow company

I notified the lien holder that the car was towed and gave them the location am i responsible to go through court and pay any of the fees ???

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination, Employment Law and Sexual Harassment for South Carolina on
Q: My employer has been spying on my personal life through my personal & they even hacked my personal laptop. So what to do

I'm an immigrant working in reputed company but the IT team in the company is trying to harass me with my personal life. I have raised the complaint against them with the HR department but they did nothing about it. I'm sure they have hacked both my personal phone and laptop I myself... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for South Carolina on
Q: I am renting a home.. landlord doesn't fix anything and my son got hurt due to not keeping maintenance up on our home

My child has got hurt due to the landlord doesn't keep up with maintenance on the property.. when ems came got my son they were talking about how bad the porch wood was eat up with termits

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for South Carolina on
Q: I had claim and delivery on a vehicle and apparently it got towed a month after filing it. The tow company notified me

20 days later that I have 30 days to collect my vehicle at the time and now after picking up the registered letter I owe 930$ to get my car. Is this legal when I was just notified? I live in Belton S.C. The car was towed in Mauldin S.C.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for South Carolina on
Q: Is my landlord responsible for the damages to my vehicle?

On 12/21 my apartment complex put the pink notice on my door saying "Please move vehicles to the back on 11/22 and 11/23(there was no time and no mention of a tow truck). By the time I went to my car on 11/22 it wasn't where I originally parked it. The apartment complex had called a tow... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts for South Carolina on
Q: If I signed a contract for a company that I work for to be paid an hourly rate plus commission, and don't get

The paid commission, what is my legal recourse?

0 Answers | Asked in Child Support for South Carolina on
Q: Do I void my child support order if I move out of state?

I have full custody of my two children. Their father was court ordered to pay child support that he has never paid. He encouraged me to move out of state so that I’d be closer to family. He now is refusing to help because he claims the court order is void because I left the state.I moved from... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for South Carolina on
Q: SC magistrate court erred in entering judgment and won't correct it despite the obvious errors. What to do?

My tenants broke their lease, and I retained their deposit to cover rent and damages. They sued me in magistrate's court, and I countersued. The judge dismissed their claim and awarded me $7,500; their claim was for $2,625. I received in the mail a judgment of $7,500 against ME. I've... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Uncategorized for South Carolina on
Q: In SC can my vehicle be towed at discretion of a towing company from my driveway if the plate sticker has expired?

The towing company has been given permission by our HOA (no contractual agreement) to patrol and tow, without warning, vehicles that disobey neighborhood parking rules, etc. My vehicle was removed while it was legally parked in a personal driveway and the towing company said they are allowed to tow... Read more »

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