I am being forced to pay insurance on the property or face foreclosure. Even tho the contract does not state that I am to pay said insurance. Is there a statute of limitations to file suit for recovery of insurance premiums.
Have an attorney review the contract. Contracts for deed, in my experience, generally turn out poorly for the tenant. Missouri has different statutes of limitations for different causes of action. Breach of contract is generally 5 years but breach of a written contract to pay money is 10 years.
Did not get to attend on 6/1/2020 a court hearing held without me and sale of a property or personal to one of the owners which the case was dismissed and I was charged everything that my girlfriend was he no longer has to pay and now put it all on me the courts gave granted $15,000 and property... Read more »
It is obvious that you disagree with the court’s ruling but your post is unintelligible. Try rewriting it using separate sentences with periods. If you do that, then you might receive some better answers.
It is unclear why a hearing was held without you and why you didn’t or could...Read more »
The answer to your question is in the contract language. If you used the forms prepared by the Missouri Association of Realtors, the time to send the Inspection Notice and receive a response (including cancellation) is contained in paragraph 7D. If you are unsure, have a lawyer look over the...Read more »
We had no contingencies and it was an all cash offer, but the buyer has not provided proof of finances. Buyer also gave us two weeks to move out, so movers have been hired, a new house has been purchased (contingent on current house selling), and suddenly buyer has gone quiet and is unable to be... Read more »
Go see an attorney to discuss filing suit for specific performance or breach of contract. Based on the facts that you described it sounds like you could assert strong claims. A good attorney will help you assess practical considerations, however.
It has a lower level finished basement with bedroom, now needing an egress window. My resale value down. Home was remodeled in 2012 and listed/sold 3 times as a 3 bedroom, until it was brought to my attention Any recourse for this misleading listing? Thank you
Potential recourse would be a case under Missouri's consumer protection statute, the Merchandising Practices Act (MPA). The MPA allows the court to award attorneys' fees to the prevailing party. Therefore, some attorneys will file MPA cases on a contingency basis rather than charging you...Read more »
Depending on the language of the easement itself, you are probably able to make improvements to the easement. Whether that includes installing speed bumps will depend on the language of the document and whether the other easement holders agree. You should have an attorney review the language of the...Read more »
They failed for electrical and plumbing. We were supposed to close a day later. The seller claims everything is now fixed before closing but they made this same claim before we paid another 100.00 for the 2nd inspection. What can they get from us as they say they will sue us? We put no money... Read more »
They could sue you for specific performances to make you purchase the home or they could put the home back on the market, eventually sell to someone else, and sue you for the difference in your price vs what they end up receiving, plus holding costs, plus interest and probably attorneys fees. You...Read more »
My daughter is getting a divorce her soon to be ex-husband is in the military she is wanting to keep the home however she cannot afford to refinance right now her husband is just wanting off of the loan
We've lived with this friend for 14-15 months. The little apartment attached to the garage only has a toilet and sink. We cook with askillet or hot plate. We also go to our friend's house to take a shower because there is none in this apartment area. Back in July, me, my husband and our... Read more »
It ua necessary to review the whole contract to know whether it can be rescinded. However, it is worth mentioning that the Covenant of Habitability is part of a lease agreement. You contact a housing attorney. Good luck!
I was rushed into signing a 2 year lease agreement via docsign without seeing the property first (although I requested to see it and they ignored my request). After viewing the property, my child had an allergic reaction to the carpet and things were not in good standing at the property. Was not... Read more »
You are in a bad position. The fact that you felt rushed and chose to sign without seeing the place is an explanation but is legally irrelevant. You chose to sign nonetheless. If you were not to pay rent and get sued then a court would likely find that the signed lease controls. You’ve raised...Read more »
The would depend upon whether you satisfy the requirements and submit the required affidavit under penalty of perjury. Also, if you are month-to-month and the landlord chooses to terminate, then you could still be sued for unlawful detainer, as opposed to rent and possession....Read more »
An attorney would need to read the contract to give sound advice. It might be that you could plead a strong claim for breach of contract or violation of the Merchandising Practices Act. Before you sue, you should be aware whether you contract has language that would put you on the hook for the...Read more »
wife buying a house and title company forgot to put it in joint with husband in MISSOURI. Is there any consequences tax wise or any other way if it isn't in joint? I was told he would have 50% vested interest in it anyway in Missouri.
If you are identified as husband and wife in the deed, Missouri treats it as a tenancy by the entirety, not joint tenancy. If husband is not on the deed at all, you should probably talk to an attorney about adding him.
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