My dad and his wife owned a mobile home on 2 acres of land. My dad passed in 2014. The mobile home only was transferred to the wife’s daughter in 2015. My dads estate was filed with probate and only included the land. But the mobile home is still sitting on the land with the wife’s daughter... Read more »
Hire an attorney immediately. Acquiescence and Adverse Possession are very real. You will probably need a survey, a very well written demand letter from your attorney, and possibly have to prosecute an expensive, difficult Quiet Title or similar Action.
Perhaps. You could check the land deed records and the tax assessor's office and possibly other places at your courthouse. However, you should note that as a general rule, the courthouse is not where one would go to find a person. Note, too, that a courthouse is only going to have the...Read more »
I want to back of this deal now and give them their money back. Purchased a house to flip in my name, worked on the deal 1 year 1/2. 2 friends wanted to flip too. I told them I had a house I had been working for for 1 1/2. The 1 friend put in $16,000 to buy the house and quiet the title. The... Read more »
With a few exceptions that likely don't apply here, oral agreements are enforceable as long as you can adequately prove the elements of the contract. As such, just based on the fact that the agreement was not written would not give you the right to void the agreement. Otherwise, your rights...Read more »
okay say this woman and man were married but only his name was on the house deed. They divorced and he married another woman. They seperate and he gets back with previous wife. but never divorces the other woman. but him and the first wife get back together (even though he still married to the... Read more »
The answer to your question is very simple. With all the respect I can muster, you MUST meet with a real estate attorney to ensure that this effort is done properly. If it isn't, you will forever regret your mistake.
YOU WILL NEED TO MEET WITH A REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY IN YOUR AREA TO DISCUSS THIS. DEPENDING ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES, THERE MAY A QUICKER WAY TO DO THIS OR NOT. IF NOT, YOU WILL NEED TO FILE A QUIET TITLE ACTION (BILL QUIA TIMET - IF YOU WANT TO LOOK IT UP). YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO COMPLETE THIS BY...Read more »
Hire a GA attorney to conduct a title search. Either one of the owners' Heirs are the owner or each Decedents' Heirs spilt one-half Undivided Interests as Tenants In Common. You have not stated the facts or the Estate granted.
I purchased a home with a renovated kitchen that was not done correctly. The kitchen island is too big (about 2-3 times larger than a normal one) and it's causing the kitchen floor to sag and dip. There was no permit on file when I checked recently. However, the disclosure agreement the seller... Read more »
On any given day, any person can sue another person for any reason. That said, it says nothing about being successful in the lawsuit. You should meet with an attorney who can review your documents and ask additional questions. Only after that can you expect a viable response.
We had to stop our neighbor from digging a trench to drain the sewage from their home into our intermittent creek. Our question is, what can the county do about a situation such as this one? Can they condemn the home if the owner refuses to find a way to control the sewage coming from his home.
Your time might be better spent by contacting the Georgia Department of Natural Resources to report this matter; the Environmental Protection Division (EPD) in particular. It is usually taken as a serious matter.
I am the clerk of Zion Hill Baptist Church, located in Georgia. Back in February 2021, the pastor, who lives in Alabama, called the Superior Court clerk's office, in Ga., and asked that a copy of the deed be mailed to him in Alabama. There are only (2) living deacons left in our church, but... Read more »
To prevent anymore interference on his part to make him stop interfering in my contract that he has already made a mess of. He was told in Dec2020 that he is not part of our real estate contract and not to attempt to speak on our buyers behalf. I do not know this person and he has now levied my... Read more »
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