however, the legal description on the last 3 warranty deeds contains no mention of the easement. I would like for it to be included in the legal description when I purchase. May I insist it be included to the title agent?
You ask if it would be void "based on this law", without saying which law you are referring to. Did you leave something out, or did you mean to ask if there is any law that would void it out? I suggest you re-phrase.
The will never went through probate and my grandmother has lived in the property openly and unchallenged by her two surviving siblings for over 10 years. She has paid the property taxes each year herself. Is the property legally hers? If so, how do we make it official and if not, what can we do to... Read more »
Your grandmother needs to hire a real estate/probate attorney to resolve this issue. It is not something that can be resolved with general advice on the internet and the attorney would have to review the last deed and the will.
In Florida, what is called an executor elsewhere is called a "personal representative". If the PRs submitted a petition in court to "probate" your father's estate, you would file a motion in that court. You would need an attorney.
Probably not if the property is Homestead Property. A surviving spouse has rights to a Homestead Property unless a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is signed. As a general rule, a parent is able to leave their assets including a home to whomever they wish as long as there is no surviving spouse...Read more »
I purchased a condo in VA two years ago when I was single. Last year I got married. We are thinking about moving to FL. The plan is to sell my condo and buy a similar property in FL. The property in FL will be in my name (my spouse has premarital property at another state). If we get divorced... Read more »
If you do not get a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place then your spouse will have substantial rights to any marital property in a divorce or in a probate, this is especially so as it relates to Homestead Property in the State of Florida. Any assets you want to keep separate you must...Read more »
My dad is in poor health, he is unresponsive. He noted in his will he will leave all estates to his children, split amongst them. Currently, aside from my dad listed on all three of his properties; my brother is listed on the title of one property, my grandmother is listed on one, and the same... Read more »
If the Will is Probated, then whatever interest your Father has in the properties will go through the Will devise or the residuary estate clause. If no Will, then his Heirs take his interest. You have not stated the exact estates in the Deeds, but apparently your Father is possibly a Tenant In...Read more »
I had a summons for a quiet deed sent to me Fri. I was never notified . The home owner left 10 yrs ago . Home was abandoned. They paid back taxes. .the home owners name is on summons. I have the mortgage on the property. It’s in Ga. I am the mortgage holder.
Both my brand new Inspiron and my really old hand-me-down HP have been exchanged at the CPU part, the base. I know there is an FBI investigation, now they can't find anything so they're setting me up to fail because I found accidentally SEC stuff relative to assets (A Huge Number of... Read more »
It would take a few years for the county to issue a tax deed certificate and auction the property off. The HOA is likely not going to go away so easy. Walking away from the property is not going to relieve you of liability and it just depends on how aggressive the HOA is in going after the debt....Read more »
That question is impossible to answer without seeing the plat and the location of your lot on the plat. While parking on roadways in front of your own house are generally permitted, there are exceptions for certain roadways and you cannot park on the roadway if you lot is located on one of the...Read more »
You could report them to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) at myfloridalicense.com, but with the pandemic the response time might be slower than usual. The other option is to send them by courier or hire a process server. Typically, unless you have a discounted service...Read more »
There is no easement in place for it on my survey at all since it's brand-new, nor was there one for the previous owner of his home even if it wasn't new. According to our survey, it's 100% no doubt about it on our property. We have been nothing but nice and willing to work with him,... Read more »
Can I have legal/financial problems for not paying taxes on vacant land lots ( Seabring, Highland County, Florida) that my ex-husbands purchased back in 2004 on my name? I stopped paying taxes and other fees on this lots 6-7 years ago, and worry if eventually county can put lean on my house that is... Read more »
The county can auction off the property for unpaid taxes in a tax deed sale. Your bigger concern is if there are any code enforcement violations which have generated fines. If Code Enforcement issues fines it can record liens which attach to any property you own. You also have liability if...Read more »
The property I have been living paying my rent for 8 yrs. and they want me out by Jan.31,2021 I was gave the letter back in June of 2020 but it been so hard to find a place do to the pandemic is they breaking the law somewhere cause no one haven’t came and seen the home to buy anything
The property may be tied up in probate or the personal representative of the estate may be waiting for you to vacate to fix the property up to sell, but that does not mean you cannot be evicted once the lease expires. If an eviction action is filed against you, you will have a trouble finding any...Read more »
Barns are usually considered a part of the real property, and so you would not have the right to remove it. But perhaps you could recover the amount by which the barn improved the value of the real property.
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