Usually the walls, roofs. parking lot and floors of a condominium are owned in common with the other owners. Look at your deed, master deed, recorded covenants and NM statutes. But I think you will find you do not solely own anything individually but the interior space.
In New Mexico, a seller can technically sign a warranty deed without a land survey, but it is not recommended. A land survey is an important document that provides a detailed and accurate description of the property's boundaries, including any easements, encroachments, or other relevant...View More
The property consists of 3 adjacent parcels. The legal descriptions are almost the same except for the parcel number. I thought it would be better to just attach the warranty deed so it’s clear what properties are being transferred.
The confusion is that the original warranty deed... View More
If you are conveying property, then draft one deed with all three tracts, using the best legal descriptions available and the best derivation of title clauses. Do not convey in a deed just two tracts, then attach some former three tract deed (which will not be a current conveyance). Hire a NM...View More
If you only have a Lease with Option to Purchase, then you do not own real property, only a contract right. That would be personal property which you could reaffirm or discharge. If you are the land owner, then that could easily be property of the BR Estate. If debt is in default, the...View More
Hire a NM attorney to draft a Quit Claim Deed from you two over to your Daughter. Execute it properly and record it. There may be tax consequences which should be examined first if the property is valuable. It may have a mortgage or lien on it now.
You will need to hire a NM attorney to search the title and determine heirship. Recording an Affidavit of Heirship might establish a source of title. The LLC should be researched also: is it active?; should it be dissolved?; or is LLC a tenant in common with the other heirs?.
You can revoke the POA anytime. I would notify any interested parties such as the renters. You can also sue her for breach of fiduciary duty for presumptively fraudulent transfers of your money to herself.
In 3/22, a civil complaint was filed against me, which I responded and now the plaintiff has hired an attorney, 5/17/23, which filed an amended civil complaint. What is the rules to follow now? Is this not a new complaint?
You need to file an Answer to the Amended Complaint. If Leave Of Court was not granted to amend the Complaint, you could move to strike it. That will probably not help your case unless there is a violation of the SOL.
Apparently he didn't have any kids people that he would have left it to as far as I've been told it's been vacant for a very long time and nobody's really done anything except for them putting a sign that says substandable with black letters on the board that says no rest not... View More
Hire a NM attorney to search the title, then check on tax payments. An heirship determination will have to be made. If no tax sale or foreclosure is imminent, then try to purchase a Deed from all tenants in common heirs. Property may not be worth the trouble.
Typically, when a property is sold where a tenant is residing, the new owner assumes the lease if there is one. If there is no lease, then the tenant is on a month to month lease and notice by either party is much shorter (usually 30-60 days depending on the how long the tenant has lived there)....View More
I do not wish to satisfy this judgement because the plaintiff was in the wrong, but she could hire an attorney, whereas I literally have no money. I am expecting a check from rental assistance that I want to protect from this judgement but I'm afraid that if I open an account at a different... View More
You will need a NM attorney that actually litigates real property. Title Searches will have to be performed first, and you may need a competent contractor to testify about the feasibility and expense of creating access. It will be an expensive and difficult Case, so purchasing a ROW is usually...View More
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