Although your post doesn't provide enough information to give a definitive answer, it is possible that you and your father's siblings have a claim to the property. Since the property is in Puerto Rico, you should check with a lawyer there.
No one else in town has to be fined it even says so in an article the town put in the post journal! It is my first offense and they stated that no fines for first time offender I have a dumpster so I can dispose of things because I’moving and a trailer that I put unwanted things in to take to the... Read more »
I don't know where you reside, but dumpsters are often regulated at a local/township level. Some cities have ordinances that require you to obtain a "dumpster permit" even if it will be placed on your private property. You may want to contact your local/city/municipal township for...Read more »
It can be paid at once or payment in installment should be ok. How it's paid is up to you and your attorney. As long as both you and your counsel agree to the payment method, it will be lawful. You may want to make sure how it's paid is set forth in the retainer agreement.
If we do find a buyer, are 2 different checks cut...one in my decease dad’s name and one in my living mother’s name? Please reply only if you are familiar with NY state laws. My POA is for my mom who is still living. The letter of administration is for my deceased father.
Landlord claimed to smell illegal drugs, he attempts to push me out the way to enter the appartment, I informed him that's illegal, if he think I'm doing something illegal, call the cops, he did so, they found nothing because I don't any type of drugs. What made me mad is the fact he... Read more »
You can file a police complaint. You could also file a civil case against the landlord to prevent future attempts to push past you; however, most would not want to invest the funds necessary to litigate the matter and instead simply take precautions such as setting up video recording equiptment in...Read more »
A home that is part of an estate has a leaking roof, as well as missing shingles, and a leaking chimney. The executor of the estate knew many weeks ago that the roof, and chimney had a leak when the home was appraised approximately 3 months prior. The executor did not share this information with... Read more »
You could try reposting this under the Landlord-Tenant category. There's no guarantee all posts are picked up, but you await an response for two weeks. You correctly chose Real Estate, but the Landlord-Tenant section could be more accurate for your matter. Good luck
I live I'm a apartment complex. My ceiling collapsed in my living room on 8-21-2020 due to neglect over the past 3 years. The ceiling has leaked each year since 2017 and all the maintenance did was plaster over the crack and then finally sealed the outside roof Oct 2019. The material that fell... Read more »
We did not sign a new lease. It says specifically in our lease that once it expires we would be on a month to month contract. We agreed to stay for one year via text but now want to leave with 30 days written notice. Is the text a legal document even if the lease says it’s month to month?
It's possible that you entered into a binding contract through your text messages. However, it is also possible the landlord won't pursue you for breaching that contract if you provide adequate notice and especially if you find another tenant that is ready willing and able to take over...Read more »
Landlords are generally entitled to keep up to 1% of any earned interest on security deposits to cover administrative costs. Honestly with interest rates as low as they are, that doesn't leave much opportunity for any meaningful amounts to be earned from interest.
I live in NYC, my lease is up Nov 1. my roommate left due to COVID and I can't afford it on my own. I have to tell them by tomorrow if I'm resigning or not. Cuomo just extended the no eviction law until Jan 1. do I fall under that category? I have paid in full all through covid and have... Read more »
Your question raises a number of important issues. If the parents add the children to the deed with them as owners, each of the children would acquire a present interest in the property. Assuming two parents and four children on the deed, each would be presumed to own 1/6 of the property unless...Read more »
the roomer signed a lease which states roomer may give 30 days notice but must pay for the following month ie if you give notice aug 5 you are still responsible for sept rent and chooses not to be here how long do i need to hold physical belongings i asked him when i would be getting rent he said... Read more »
When you rent a room, you effectively become a "landlord" and are required to take the same steps as any landlord to evict a "tenant". Therefore, it is not a matter of when you can throw out someone's belongings after service of a 30 Day Notice but when you can commence a...Read more »
Unless the taxes are a lien, I am not sure what the issue is. If the taxes are a lien, the IRS will have to waive it for you to close. It is not really a sale issue, but a closing issue your lawyer will work out.
You can serve it yourself. Make sure to follow all of the required formalities exactly as your jurisdiction and the State requires. If you do not the court will likely throw out the matter and make you start all over.
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