So, basically, my brother n law signed a very suspect and immoral farm lease from my grandmother, on her death bed, (20yr). But the lease is very vague, I had a lawyer send him a demand letter to stop trying to farm our properties because his lease isn't valid. Soon after he worked up ground... Read more »
answered on Mar 20, 2023
You are in a tough spot.
In order for you to get clarity and satisfaction over the use of the property, it seems like you will need to go to a District Court or the Probate Court that has had jurisdiction over the properties.
As part of the case(s) or causes of action, you will need... Read more »
answered on Jan 31, 2023
The city is incorrect.
That being said, the least expensive solution is to have the executor of your stepdad’s estate sign a deed conveying the property to you.
We do not own mineral rights. Just received call from driller advising they will be drilling oil on our land. How do i protect our homes timber and water source?
answered on Jul 13, 2022
In Texas, the mineral estate is the dominant estate. That means that the mineral owner and the oil company have the right to make all reasonable uses of the surface for exploration, drilling and production of oil and gas.
The Texas Railroad Commission, the state agency which regulates oil... Read more »
I got a warning from a TPWD Game Warden for no hunter's safety certificate. I was told to email proof of completion to the local judge and the issue would be resolved, i wouldn't have to appear in court (I have already done so). There is a handwritten appearance date at the bottom, what do I do?
answered on Mar 20, 2022
Call the court and make sure that you don't have to appear
Parties want to sell. Since my brother and I inherited my mothers party what should we be asking
answered on Sep 23, 2021
You should definitely meet with a probate lawyer. You will want some sort of official legal documentation to show that you now hold title to your mother's portion of the property. Plus, you want an attorney to make sure you're getting your fair share. Contact a probate attorney to see... Read more »
As, they told us they would be home in 10-15 mins so we told them we put the dog in the backyard with his things and water. Told them we had to get going because it was late. They are now saying since we put the dog in the backyard that it’s animal cruelty and their going to call the police on us.
I had also already built a few structures greenhouse ect. into the spots in question
answered on Sep 16, 2020
Usually the established fencing determines the boundary as both adjoining owners acquiesce to the boundary, regardless what their legal descriptions say. If your neighbor does not like your encroachments, it is up to him to file suit within the SOL. Hire a competent attorney to search both... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2020
A Texas attorney could best address your question, but your post remains open for two weeks. If you contacted a few local attorneys, they could probably outline for you the liabilities and repercussions before you, as well as your rights. You could also explore what options are available to stop... Read more »
Said I damaged the lively hood of that rancher it was an accident in the middle of the night at first they were gonna charge me with leaving the seen if an accident nobody else was involved just me and the cow is this right?
answered on Jul 18, 2018
If you left the scene technically they have an argument, but you have a claim for your injuries and damage to your vehicle--I've had several and have won them. Contact a member of the Texas Trial Laweyrs Assn for the County where it happened--they give free consults.
I know who did it just don't have address this happened in Colorado and was a stock/family pet
answered on Mar 28, 2018
You will have to contact an attorney in Colorado. The laws of that state will govern this matter, since that is where the incident occurred.
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