I am purchasing a piece of land in ky under land contract and i found out my section and my neighbors sections arent platted out but we are all buying a piece off one main land what should we do because when it is paid for how is the land owner going to transfer title to everyone? We initially... Read more »
A family member left her son a life estate and upon his passing left it jointly to myself and my brother and then to each of our children. The problem is the current life tenant struggle with both up keeping a very large farm and also financially struggles to pay the taxes due on it. Him, myself... Read more »
If the current life tenant wants to sell, and both remainder men are in agreement, just sell it to a purchaser. OnCe all three of you sign a deed, the life estate is extinguished and the property can be conveyed.
My father and stepmom bought 10 acres and built a house on it about 10 years ago. They revealed to me that the house and property will go to stepsister instead of splitting it between all kids. The property is in Kentucky.
My husband and I had a trust made in 2001 and bought property in ky in 2002. The trust wasn't recorded but the deed states Robert and rose husband and wife now in2019 he passed away with both our wills states the other receives all property. Now I'm trying to sell it and atty states that... Read more »
We are trying to make guidelines for them to pay property taxes, etc. In lieu of rent. Since they are the residential owner do they have any additional rights or ownership? No one wants to sell the property but an agreement is not being made verbally. Just trying to find structure.
Tenants In Common own undivided interests in the property. There are no rules about who pays what or maintains. During Partition Suits, sometimes contributions are claimed for reimbursement. You all can make a partnership agreement amongst yourselves, then each partner could sue to enforce it.
The seller after a yr told me the contract wasn't valid because the type of loan he had on it. He later tells us his wife at the time intended on me remodeling it and then listing and. Selling it. Now he calls me telling me he has to sell it because he is divorcing, and he's listing it. I... Read more »
A so called land contract is actually a lease with option to purchase. You do not own anything. It will take awhile for the eviction process to remove you from possession. But do not invest any more money and labor in the property, while looking for somewhere else to live. You may get the...Read more »
We share a kitchen and a dining room. My husband and my children And I live on the second floor and she lives on the first. Since then she has taken on a friends three kids and got upset because I wouldn’t raise them for her. Now she has left the property for a month or two while we “figure out... Read more »
You probably need to file an Action For A Sale For Partition. Hopefully there is sufficient equity in the property to make it work. You did not state what the Title was, but with equity, Partition should work.
The previous landlord had passed away in the year of 2014. Her son had signed a new lease with us. Till this day the property tax still comes under his mother's LLC. It has been more than 5 years, how long can it take to register the property under his name if he is the only son ? I have been... Read more »
If you really want to know then hire a competent attorney to conduct a title search. More than likely he has never filed an Affidavit of Heirship, nor has there been a Probate of a Will. If it was foreclosed upon, or a tax sale occurred, you probably would have already been notified by the new...Read more »
His daughter recently got guardianship over him what will happen to the house does his daughter have rights can she kick me out will I lose the house or is the house mine where she has guardianship over him does he have any rights to our home
Depending on the structure of the LLC, and assuming decedents interests pass to his wife. You should be able to close on time or with a short delay. However, if decedents interests pass to someone other than his wife, that’s could be problematic.
He has land that has been decided. Now they are separate. He is giving me the lesser acred price of land. 2?31 acres. I'm doing it online because I can afford a lawyer. As far as description of property. I have Book:*** Page:*** Map Number-091-00-00-000.00 Class-Residential Property... Read more »
You have no idea what you are doing. Your legal description is unenforceable. Hire an attorney to draft an enforceable conveyance, or forget about it. If you cannot afford a QCD then you cannot pay taxes either.
A contract must be signed by the party against whom enforcement is sought. If you never signed the contract, you have an argument that you never agreed to the terms of the offer. The timeshare company, however, may have arguments that you did agree (i.e., making payments after closing). I'd...Read more »
In our offer that it must pass home inspection. Inspection was scheduled before the required date, but due to inspectors schedule, was completed after the required date, the seller agreed to this date. Since mold is present and the home must have a new roof, we do not wish to continue with the... Read more »
He now has the small tract of farm land up for sale. Is there any legal way to stop such activity ? He is currently going through divorce and ran wife off, so he could take up with a married lady. Am wondering if there is some type document that can be filed for the return of equity that he has... Read more »
The thing about gifts is you can't take them back. The best you can do now, if you have other children or beneficiaries, is make sure your clearly takes into account these prior gifts as advances against his inheritance.
Just FYI, had you hired an attorney before making those gifts,...Read more »
I have received a verified complaint, and have filed a verified request for dismissal. How would you proceed to file suite against a former property manager and her accomplices for financial damage done to the LLC?
I have since had multiple seizures since the first one. My neighbor continues to be regularly disruptive. I have involved management and as far as I know, he was sent a letter about my noise complaint. I missed several work days due to some seizures. I am also now considering legal ways to break my... Read more »
I recently inherited a home, barn and 25 acres equally with my 2 cousins. My aunt and uncle have been staying there for over a year (since Sept 2018 remodeling their home in town). Frankly, I'd like to put them out, but I've been told by several people that majority rules. I don't... Read more »
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