n Montana, mechanics' liens are primarily placed on the property where the work was performed or materials supplied. If you worked on a commercial property, you can place a lien on that property if unpaid. The fact that the owner used a loan from his personal residence to fund the commercial...View More
You will need a MT attorney on this. Your materialman's lien would be filed only against the work you did on the commercial property. However you might be able to file the M & M Lien, then sue the customer for breach of contract. However defendant will argue you that an election of...View More
Her mother has passed and with no living will the estate went to the next of kin. He has also passed. After his tragic death, his partner claimed common law. She has made verbal agreement to sign a quit claim deed, but has yet to do so. What steps in "order" to file probate, substitution... View More
You will have to hire a MO attorney to search the title, examine the deed (recorded or not), determine ownership, and decide if Probate litigation or your deed is helpful. Without recordation, deed is of no effect to the world, and the heirs may have already vested in title. Time is of the...View More
The covenants for our subdivision state: “these protective covenants shall be binding upon all persons owning land in the subdivision. They shall be modifiable by a 2/3 vote of a majority of the owners of lots in the subdivision (one vote per lot).”
My aunts bf died 3 years ago and the house has been abandoned since then no one has claimed ownership and 3 years of taxes are owed. It is in montana and i am wanting to know how i could go about buying the house
Hire a competent MT attorney to search the Title, determine Heirship, and draft/record an Affidavit of Heirship. That will be your Source of Title but you will have to pay sufficient money to the Heirs to get their Deed. Or you might check when the Tax Sale will be. A possible successful bid...View More
It depends somewhat on whether the property must be sold to pay debts and the expenses of probate.
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