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1 Answer | Asked in Land Use & Zoning, Native American Law and Family Law for Nevada on
Q: I own a house with my ex we got a title with both our names, however its on tribal land (not mine) can I get half worth?

I have the title with both our names on it and was wondering if I can get half the worth he kicked us out and wouldn't let us stay made it very toxic so we left. I have been staying in an apartment which becomes expensive when you got everything taken from you. I wanted to go to small claims... View More

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Sep 21, 2023

Property disputes on tribal land can be complex, and it's crucial to consult with an attorney familiar with tribal law and land rights in your specific jurisdiction. They can provide guidance on your options for seeking a fair division of the property's worth and advise you on the best... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce, Land Use & Zoning and Real Estate Law for Nevada on
Q: My mom and dad are divorced but still own land together in AZ. He is backing out of a verbal agreement, what can she do?

My mom and dad are divorced but still own land together in AZ. He is backing out of a verbal agreement, that they would put the land in mine and my sibling's name. There was no written contract or clause in their divorce about this land. Now he is stating that he only agreed to give my brother... View More

Anthony M. Avery
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answered on Dec 10, 2020

Unless there is some contract, she cannot force him to convey out. Examine the divorce decree carefully. In all likelihood the Mother's only recourse is to file an action for Partition. But even that does not put anything in your name as basically you have no legal standing.

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Q: Is a swimming pool owned and controlled for the exclusive use of the members of a home owners association considered a “

“Public pool”

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Oct 12, 2020

A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It could depend on how "public pool" is defined in municipal or other applicable regulations. In general terms, based on this description, it does not appear to be public in nature. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Land Use & Zoning for Nevada on
Q: We have $ to pay the amount owed. Auction isn’t until tomorrow. Treasure won’t allow us to pay it.
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on May 7, 2019

Be sure to be at the auction and prepared to bid, the lowest of which will include all the costs of staging the auction, which is why they will not just take the lesser amount you owed before it went under.

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