I live in a neighborhood with a HOA. My house is on a culdesac with an empty lot next to us (the empty lot has been deemed not build-able). I want to extend my driveway about two-feet towards the empty lot, but still on my property.
That's a question that can't be answered without looking the HOA's official documents, any subdivision regulations that apply and any local city, town or county ordinances that apply. Here's a short un-researched educated guess (that may or may not be correct): If none of the things or entities...Read more »
you can provide the deed which shows your ownership of the property. if the parents gifted you the land for you to build your house on it, then it needs to be recorded under your name in the probate court in the county where the property is located.
Was it a new house or a used house? That's the first question to answer. If it is not a new house, then there is no warranty on the house -- unless there is some separate contract of insurance for that. If you asked specifically about the plumbing and the owner lied to you when he knew there was a...Read more »
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