There is no such estate "joint tennancy in common", so it is probably either a joint tenancy with survivorship or a tenancy in common. But yes, a competent FL attorney can draft a Deed for several of the titled tenants to convey their interests over to the others. The derivation of...Read more »
She misrepresented us in selling our home. We got a cash offer and they told us that it was a bad deal on the legal side which they are not lawyers. They told us not to take it so we ended up losing the deal. They also mishandled the selling of our home. Causing us at this moment to lose out on a... Read more »
What's bad about a cash deal? You signed an agreement to sell that showed the sale's price you agreed to. I assume you received that money. What can possibly be wrong "legally", as you say, if you received the cash you wanted to receive?
Your joint tenancy with right of survivorship means that the instant grandma passed, you became the sole owner of the house. The house is not an asset that can be devised to her daughter because she didn't own the home free and clear by herself when she died. It's the same as if she left...Read more »
Consult a real estate attorney asap. The monetary burden to rid your home of the termites will be yours, to be recovered as damages in a trial. If you have no experience dealing with termites, this is not the time to try home remedies or stuff you buy at Lowes. You must be ruthless and stop at...Read more »
The remainderman probably is vested now, just not in possession. If so, then his basis should have been computed at the execution of the Deed. It would have been a small percentage of the value computed in accordance with the Treasury Regulations. Contact a competent FL attorney to determine...Read more »
If they own the mobile home but lease the land they are eligible for relocation assistance through the Florida Mobile Home Relocation Trust Corporation. It is administered by the Dept. of Business and Regulation (DBPR). They can contact DBPR at (850) 488-1122) for information.
If the developer chooses not to mail the report, and not to publish it in a publication regularly distributed within the subdivision, can they "limit" the amount of time the report is "posted"? I requested a copy of last years report, but was told that was not possible because... Read more »
The statute doesn't provide a time period it has to be posted and only provides it has to be posted within 60 days of the end of the fiscal year. Don't confuse this with Section 720.303(7), which requires a HOA to either mail you a copy or send you a notice it is available upon request....Read more »
Hi, so i have a bit of a longer story i purchased some property in florida and i opened a td account so i can do the transaction it was about a $130,000 and i had did a cash deposit for $45,000 after the transaction. I was told since i bought it under my personal name, I would have to pay tax. I... Read more »
I’m trying to to get my real estate license and want to know if I have to disclose an arrest with the DBPR. I completed a deferred prosecution agreement and it ended with me getting a letter that said an “announcement of no information” was being issued because I completed the deferred... Read more »
Licensing agencies are generally not limited in the ways an employer would be. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
You will need to repost your question with some more facts, such as whether there is a lease, what does "technically still hers" mean and 1100 what?. You will also need to repost this to a category for Texas. The laws vary from state to state.
My cousin tricked my elderly mom into signing a quit claim deed with survivorship rights. When mom passed my cousin signed a QCD that stated it was joint tenancy with survivorship rights, but in the body of the deed it listed only one person as the grantee, it also has an enhanced life estate.... Read more »
Take it out of their rent, share or eventual sale of the property by tracking these costs, if they are not a good partner in the property then buy them out, refinance or consider other options, but definitely track and keep records of all your costs and expenses for a later date in order to claim...Read more »
I've been here for 5 years and he has never asked if I needed or wanted a paint job on the inside. I pay a lot of money to live here and would like it done. Is it legal to make me pay the first 250 for a repair?
I live in florida. Title XI Chapter 163 covers solar devices. It states "renewable energy devices" in the chapter and how an HOA cannot restrict their use. I have solar security cameras. They are a renewable energy device and I want to know if they are covered by this Florida law.
More facts are needed. Does the HOA have a restriction against security cameras in its Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions? If it does not then they cannot restrict your solar powered devices. I have yet to see Declarations that prohibit security cameras. The HOA may try to...Read more »
This is not enough information to accurately respond. But in general, it would depend on a number of factors, such as whether this is an "as is" deal, whether there is a mortgage contingency and whether that expired, etc. Also, are there conditions in the home which the seller was...Read more »
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