Just go inside the trailer my mom owens and just take anything of here he wants he just started eviction this week we have until the 22 of March
answered on Mar 11, 2023
When your mother died, the power of attorney expired.
Now what matters is what’s in her will.
I'm in South Carolina
answered on Mar 8, 2023
If you are a tenant in common on the property, then yes, you can improve it. But then all TICs own the improved real property, and they might partition it or hold out on any sale until they are paid alot. I advise to hire an AL attorney to search the title, determine ownership, then see if other... Read more »
Pay it ?Additionally I’m waiting for the title to the land
answered on Dec 7, 2021
The mortgage note is not your obligation. But the mortgage secures the payment of the note against the land...If unpaid, then foreclosure occurs.
The heir of the deceased is also deceased, the 2nd deceased heirs said that we could purchase the land with an Heirs Deed, what is an Heirs Deed and is it guaranteed, what should be our worries
answered on Mar 22, 2021
Hire a competent attorney to determine Heirship and draft an Affidavit of Heirship and a Deed for the Heirs to convey. A Warranty Deed might help you, but a good lawyer looking at the title and boundaries now is what you really need.
what can i do about that ?
answered on Oct 6, 2020
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. The manner in which surface water run-off is treated under the law can differ throughout the nation, depending jurisdiction. It could be governed by common law doctrine, state law, or possibility municipal and... Read more »
Rent the lot it was already on but a different person owns the lot. Well the person I bought my mobile home from left his camper trailer on the lot I am renting and everytime I ask him about having it moved he lies to me and tells me hes going to have it moved the following week. Well everytime... Read more »
answered on Aug 18, 2020
You have no rights to the camper. However you do have rights to the lot it’s on since you are paying rent. Start charging him rent for every day it’s left therez
Ok in 2016 I moved into my Dad’s trailer on his land which is in my dead step-mother’s name. My Dad said, This is your land now. But how is it my land if I don’t have a deed? I do pay the property tax’s on it. I hope you can help me answer my questions, I can’t stay in a run down trailer... Read more »
answered on Aug 15, 2020
Did your step mother have a Will leaving everything to your Dad? If she did then you can get a deed. If not, then it goes to her next of kin and 50% to your Dad. Her next of kin will be her children and if there are no children then her parents and if no parents then her brothers or sisters.... Read more »
These bulls are destroying my fences, breeding my cattle, and have charged me and wife on our property. Repeatedly ask for repairs of my property, and contain these not ag animals.
answered on Jul 29, 2020
Here's the primary law on it. There's a lot more than just this one, You can look at all the other Alabama laws on the subject by Googling Code of Alabama, and then choose the one that has the word "alison" in the web address. Scroll down to Article Three - Animals - and then... Read more »
My father put the land in mine and my brothers name years ago but kept the timber/mineral rights. He has cut timber many times. Now he wants to sell the land and we don't agree. Can he sell the timber/mineral rights to someone without our knowledge? WHat happens to the land then?
answered on Jul 28, 2020
If the conveyance to you and your brother is enforceable, then his reserving timber and mineral rights will also be enforceable. That could involve the entire surface of the 120 acres. You apparently state that Father owns the fee in timber and minerals, but only a life estate in the property... Read more »
There is a vacant lot near my current location. I would like to use this land for a community garden, but don’t know if it’s okay to legally use or not. I have consulted with a local realtor only to find out there are no past nor present history on the property. Can i use this land without... Read more »
answered on May 18, 2020
Your local realtor has no idea. A title search should disclose the present owner, who you might ask permission of to garden. Using the property is a trespass, but could develop into adverse possession. Checking the taxes might also disclose the opportunity for legal acquisition. Investing... Read more »
I am in the process of buying an old house (they don't even have the year it was built on record) that sits on the very corner of it's property. When looking up tax information I have seen some land line overviews that make it look like a corner of the house actually sits on the... Read more »
answered on May 4, 2020
You can buy it, for what it is worth. You may not be able to get title insurance without a special endorsement or exception, which is usually only problematic if you need a loan to purchase. You need to do some research on how long the house has been there, there is a statute of limitations on... Read more »
When seeking building permits for residential homes on heir property, can the municipality require roads that have sidewalks curbing and drainage before construction is permitted
answered on Apr 20, 2020
Your question is not very clear from the context, you seem to be confusing your issues. If you are trying to develop a piece of real estate, especially one to which title may not be clear due to inheritance issues, you should definitely invest in a consultation with an experienced real estate... Read more »
I was pulled over by Millbrook city officer after I had crossed under the interstate 65 exchange and beyond the first red light you come to when you cross into Prattville on highwAy 14.he pulled behind me at the red light and when the light turned green turned on the blue lights.I don't... Read more »
answered on Jan 17, 2020
Venue is the legal term for where a legal case can be tried. If the crime and arrest were outside the city limits jurisdiction of the Millbrook officer, then your criminal lawyer can file an appropriate motion to dismiss the charge for improper venue.
House in grandmas name still. My aunt wants in her name and claims we still will inherit after she passes. But by us signing over we are giving up any right,right?
I dont believe her and she says its Alabama law no matter what?
answered on Dec 6, 2019
If you put the house in your aunt's name, then she can sell it to whomever she wants or leave it to whomever she wants in her will. If you are OK with that, then go ahead and do it. If you are not OK with that, then both your grandma's estate and your father's estate need to be... Read more »
Move in asap? If so what paperwork do I need to file. I've noticed a couple different forms that could be filed. I Know to change the locks. I need to know the right way to go about it so I don't get in trouble or go to jail for something I didn't understand.
answered on Jan 19, 2019
Just because the house appears to be "abandoned" does not mean that there is not a legal owner. It may be owned by a bank, and in the process of foreclosure, probate or bankruptcy. You would need to contact the owner or the owner's legal representative in order to make an offer to... Read more »
I live in a neighborhood with a HOA. My house is on a culdesac with an empty lot next to us (the empty lot has been deemed not build-able). I want to extend my driveway about two-feet towards the empty lot, but still on my property.
answered on May 2, 2018
That's a question that can't be answered without looking the HOA's official documents, any subdivision regulations that apply and any local city, town or county ordinances that apply. Here's a short un-researched educated guess (that may or may not be correct): If none of the... Read more »
Title Deed, House or ownership?
answered on Mar 13, 2018
you can provide the deed which shows your ownership of the property. if the parents gifted you the land for you to build your house on it, then it needs to be recorded under your name in the probate court in the county where the property is located.
My husbands Grandma and Grandpa have 7 kids and 17.8 acres of land. GM, GP, and 1 kid have passed away. 5 of the remaining kids want to sell their rights to the 17.8 acres to my husband. The 6th kid does not want to sell. How does my husband go about full ownership?
answered on Feb 26, 2018
This is a common problem. As I understand, there are 6 heirs at law of grandparents. One child has died. If that child had any children, they have the same rights as their deceased parents. So, if all parties but one wants to sell, what to do? FIrst, the property could be sold through the estate of... Read more »
answered on Dec 23, 2017
It depends on the length of time the trailer has been there and on the presence or absence and nature of any communications between the landowner and the owner of the trailer. Here's the principle involved:
Adverse possession, sometimes colloquially described as "squatter's... Read more »
I've been living with her for 5 years in her house...how can they take it if she deeds it to me?..she don't owe or anything of that sort
answered on Oct 20, 2017
Your best course of action may be to consult with an "elder law" attorney in your area. The rules on Medicaid eligibility can be complicated. Based on the situation you described, Medicaid could not take the home because your sister deeded it to you. However, Medicaid will deny her... Read more »
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