There is an area behind four homes in our area that is a very steep, collapsing hill. The home buyers understood from a design plan that the developer would build retaining walls to prevent the hills collapse. Our builder is now saying it is the responsibility of the HOA - not him
Who owns and is thus responsible for the retaining wall? Generally, a builder initially owns all common areas, but at some point in the development process the developer assigns ownership of the common areas to the HOA. After this assignment the HOA owns the common areas/walls and is responsible...Read more »
The three of us are all small business marketing coaches, working under individual DBA's and or LLC's. We want to know how best we can merge our resources together into some kind of partnership, business or entity. We're unsure what the best approach is considering the various differences in... Read more »
Justia is a wonderful free online legal forum established to allow members of the general public to ask general legal questions to experienced lawyers who volunteer their valuable time to do so. Your important small business question is much to important--and too complicated--to be solved online....Read more »
This probably requires some negotiation, either by your or your attorney. I don't know that they're contractually or legally obligated to do so, but it might be worth having an attorney review the documents you have.
Buying a house and my husband and I don't qualify for conventional - however my father is gifting me money as a graduation gift for down-payment and we have FHA. Underwriting is demanding my father's bank statement with ALL transactions and he will not give up that information non-redacted. Is... Read more »
The mortgage loan underwriting process--especially when it is an FHA government guaranteed loan--will require proof of income from all sources because FHA will not allow borrowers to borrow any of the down payment from any source.
In this case--since you have told the FHA that your father...Read more »
If you have purchased the home, then yes, you can sell it. But, your question seems to indicate that your seller has never delivered title to you. In order to sell you'll need to deliver title to the buyer. Hopefully, your seller will cooperate.
Married couple rented my home in 2014, they have recently separated and he moved out. She wants to remain but is requesting a new lease with him left off. They renewed their lease in 2017 but are currently living month to month after that lease expired in 2018. I want to ensure he can't come after... Read more »
I took a HELOC loan on my other property to pay this property off per our agreement after I paid the property off my parents are now getting a divorce and my mother agrees to the the agreement we had and is willing to sign over the property of to me but my father is not. We had an oral agreement... Read more »
You may have some rights and remedies. I recommend that you contact an attorney to discuss the exact facts, agreements, evidence, willingness of Mom to cooperate, etc. Then you'll be able to make a decision about how to move forward in demanding your property.
In my jurisdiction he would lose his ability to be a notary; if he's a licenced paralegal or lawyer there would be sanctions from the law society; depending on the context and extent there could be criminal charges for breach of duty or fraud.
I have a room in my primary residence posted for rent as a single occupancy lease. I am open to double occupancy but would only consider it with an additional fee. Is this legal? What would I need to add in the lease agreement?
How much time we have to give our landlord before we can move out? Our lease says nothing about what happens at the end of the lease or if it expires. It also says nothing about a set amount of time we need to give her before we move out. It’s very barebones it seems.
Assuming your rent was due every month (e.g., on the first day of each month) you would have a month-to-month tenancy following the expiration of the agreed upon lease term. Because nothing is mentioned in your lease regarding notice, the default rule is that you may terminate your tenancy by...Read more »
My boyfriend, who is hospitalized currently, signed paperwork giving his daughter power of attorney. She immediately went to his bank and locked him out of his account. He didn't understand this and wants control back. How does he take her off and name someone else?
I'm a contractor in Colorado. I have a previous customer that contacted me about doing another building for them. I gave them a price. They proptley wrote out a deposit check. I met up with them to sign the contract and take the check. When I got to their residents they wanted to add more to the... Read more »
Unless you are able to PROVE you lost out on the second job the people who are going to sue you will probably win. So, unless their deposit was HUGE, you would be smarter to refund it than spend it on defense lawyers.
I own a small business in Colorado and the last couple of years, I've sold my items through a consignment shop. We agreed to a monthly rent payment for space in their store along with 30% of our total sales. There are numerous vendors that they do business with in this way. We initially signed a 6... Read more »
If your 6 month lease expired and you are paying month to month the landlord can raise the rent almost at will. The method chosen by the landlord is irrelevant--so email works. Of more importance is the time you were given; the normal method is notifying the tenant of the rent increase at least 30...Read more »
One year lease through 30 June 2019. We notified landlord of our intent to vacate the property one month early back in April 2019. Landlord showed property several times prior to our move out and found a new renter to begin leasing on 1 June 2019. We were not charged rent for June because we were... Read more »
No. Unless Colorado law is different from Florida law (not very likely), everything legal involving real property (like the house you live in) must be in writing; oral agreements are not enforceable. However, out of an abundance of caution, I advise you to call a Colorado real estate lawyer and ask...Read more »
A programs director for an agency that takes care of people with Developmental Disabilities is paid as a programs director but also serves clients from his agency and is paid as independent contractor for serving the clients in his house
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