The recently enacted Tenant Protection Act of 2019 is good news for you. The Tenant protection Act makes clear that residential landlords have a duty to mitigate damages by attempting to re-lease an apartment when a tenant has broken a lease. Therefore, your "landlord" may be hurting him/herself...Read more »
My company rents six floors of a commercial building. So we often go between floors, and currently can only do so by elevators -- which is annoying, time-consuming and a disincentive to healthy stair-climbing.
Could we get access to the fire stairs, to use them for going between floors?... Read more »
Said they served my daughter 1/11/06, Forecosed on 6/2006. Knew nothing until 3//2015. 3/2015 Friend told me my home was being sold. 1/2005 home next door was 100% destoyed by water damage. The bank knew for a fact where I was living.
My daughter stated in court papers she was never... Read more »
If you are the landlord and employ the super, you may consider terminating the super's employment. If you are already a tenant, you can refuse to pay an unauthorized charge or bring the issue to the landlord's attention.
If a shareholder is negligent in doing self renovations that is causing water/mold damage to shareholder below does management company and/or board have a responsibility to force the shareholder to make repairs? Can management tell affected shareholder "it is your problem to deal with the... Read more »
Generally, as the tenant pursuant to a proprietary lease, a coop owner is afforded rights under the warranty of habitability. Therefore, with the proper approach the Coop Board should not be able to brush off your problems.
If my dad left the house to me and my mom in his will but my getting the house was contingent on her death. her name was put on the deed of the house after his death. do I still get the house after her death? The will isn’t probated.
Two deals by out of town purchasers who submitted purchase offers on a home my husband and I own. After securing a loan and passing inspection the first buyer reneged on completing the deal. He is located in Connecticut .Is it possible to put a lien on his home in CT.? Second buyer(as I have been... Read more »
A family member passed away without a will leaving his wife and adult children. His name was on the deed for their home. His wife applied for and received letters of administration. Does she need to use an administrator’s deed to transfer the property to herself? If she does, would she only... Read more »
Yes. An Administrator’s Deed is the correct instrument for the transfer. Transfer taxes may not be required If there is no consideration for the transfer. However, if the property has a mortgage, relief of the mortgage obligation is consideration.
hello, i have 2 month of back rent. i am not a US citizen, and i am planing on moving back to Europe. if i leave without paying rent, would i have any issues traveling out of the country and would i have issues coming back to visit the US?
Will and testament 8 years ago putting the 2 children that were alive to get ownership of the house. Now the 2 grandchildren of the 2 deceased want to get a share of the house. What happens does the deed to house stay in effect or does the last will and testament?
His mom, new wife, His sister and nephew. His mom passed away in March, and he passed away a month ago, leaving no will. My son was His only child. Does my son has More rights over that property than His father's widow? Also my son's father was registered as the only owner of tittle of the... Read more »
Could he sever the joint tenancy without my brother’s permission and change it to tenants in common? Also would he need a living trust to avoid probate and to designate my sister and I as his beneficiaries? Would that avoid due on sale clause since its a living trust? He and my brother are on... Read more »
I do not speak Cantonese but the answers to your other questions are yes, these things can be done. However, they are not do it yourself projects. You are well advised to hire an attorney to assist you with this
Sold property in 2005 on 30 year contract to family member and his wife. Received payments until 2008, and then had several payment in default. Between 2005 and 2008 Mortgagees took out home equity loan with bank. Paper was signed to allow this to happen. Later on they apparently needed more money,... Read more »
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