The two have nothing to do with each other. The deed and will are separate. A deed is permanent. There is no way to revoke the transfer later. However, there are structures like a trust you can use to accomplish what I think you want to accomplish.
My tenant got a order to show cause after receiving a eviction notice.Do I have to file a new Eviction notice if she was granted a extension and doesn't leave?Do I have to call the marshal to schedule a eviction or will it be automaticaly?or do I have to wait 14 days after she's scheduled to move... Read more »
The Marshal will not automatically reschedule an eviction. The landlord or his/her attorney must take the initiative. Whether you have to serve a new notice depends on the exact language of the court order disposing of the OSC
They could assert that their right to request such information arises in their insurance coverage or standard operating procedures. It protects their interests if a claim should arise in the future. It also has the incidental benefit of serving the injured by establishing that an accident and...Read more »
You might want to repost this under Puerto Rico, as it appears to be something that a real estate attorney who practices in that jurisdiction would be most familiar with. You'll see Puerto Rico when you click "more states," below Washington, DC, in the third column. Good luck
If the building is operating under a municipal contract to provide housing to the homeless, then the tenants are exempt from rent stabilization. If there is no municipal contract, however, it is subject to rent stabilization unless otherwise exempt. One of those exemptions is where a charitable...Read more »
I signed a lease with a roommate for one year starting Jan 2020. It is now 20 days in, and I am planning on moving out and not paying rent(which in turn does break lease) but the reason being is because roommate is violating the lease by subletting to her boyfriend and I do not feel comfortable.... Read more »
since I have not reviewed you actual lease, I cannot provide an answer for your specific situation. Generally, roommates are jointly and severally liable for the full amount of rent to their landlord and a roommate that leaves before the expiration of a lease remains liable to the liable to the...Read more »
Hello I bought a house 15 years ago for $350K. The down payment was $35K and he paid for it with my own money. I put my girlfriend on the house title.I paying the mortgage. We broke up 5 years ago.I take care of this house. I did remodeling.
We were together for almost 20 years but she... Read more »
So now my aunt is 90 years old they shipped her to Italy and they sold her house and my kids never got their share that the Aunt promised them. I have it on video tape that the end gave a testimony to She said that she always had this paperwork in her safe at the bank but my sister-in-law ripped it... Read more »
My sister is currently going through a terrible divorce, the man cheated and disappeared for 4 years after a 20 year marriage leaving my sister to take care of their house for 4 years straight. She handled all the bills (with his money from their joint bank account) but told him before everything... Read more »
We signed contracts for a home in the middle of September (tentative closing date was October 15th). Had our mortgage commitment by mid October. As we’re waiting on a closing date, seller notifies us that their underground tank has a leak, town is involved, and they’re correcting the issue. We... Read more »
My ex-girlfriend is an “occupant” on my apartment lease (via a lease rider). She refuses to move out now that we have broken up. Can I give her a written notice period to get her to move out after a certain number of days? If not, is there another process to get her out of the apartment?
Greetings. This appears to be a scrivener's error. You will need an attorney to reform the document. The attorney will file an action in court asking the court to determine whether 10 or 20 feet was intended by the parties that created the easement. The Town will be joined as a party to the...Read more »
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