In North Carolina, the lawful production of livestock generally refers to raising and breeding animals for agricultural purposes. This can include various types of livestock, such as cattle, hogs, poultry, sheep, and goats, among others. The specific rules and regulations regarding the production...View More
You will probably have to sue the other adjoining landowner for a Boundary Line Dispute. It will be difficult and expensive. It does sound like you have an expert witness, and I hope he can persuade the Judge. Quiet Title, Ejectment and Trespass may be additional causes of actions. Hire a NC...View More
Offer paying 2000 cash & then 3,000. I deposited the check into my account later that week discovering they had put a stop/ cancelled the check they refuse answer or respond to my calls or texts..it's been a year and still nothing. What are my rights and what should I do to retain my... View More
My husband took off in 2018 I paid the mortgage and went to nursing school. I was fine right up.until the pandemic. The mortgage was in his name but the deed in mine. I made the mortgage payments, am I entitled to and of the funds left over from the foreclosure sale? I looked online for some reason... View More
Based on this fact pattern, you should be the recipient of any excess funds in the foreclosure process. I would advise that you hire an attorney to represent you during this process to ensure that your interests are heard in court.
It depends on various factors, such as whether the plants are damaging your property or somehow decrease its value. You would likely need to consult with an attorney directly, as the attorney would want to see the survey to try to ensure they properly advise you of your rights based on the...View More
A life estate means he has rights during his lifetime. If he were to pass away, you don't have a life estate too. You may want to get a written agreement with the home owner, like an option to enter into a lease agreement if your husband dies.
This truck has been sitting in my parking spot for a long time on my property. I havent made the payment in over a month. I haven't been contacted via email,text, call, or mail. I'm wondering if it would be possible to keep the truck after it been there for so long. (Storage lien or... View More
I have been paying the taxes and maintenance for land for over 10 years straight. Land is currently owned by me, my mom, and brother. Legally I am 66.66 owner the remainder is split between my mom and brother. Can I seek fully ownership in the state of North Carolina since I have been fully paying... View More
My grandma left land in her will to my mother and her uncle. My mother died before I was 18 and left her portion to me. Someone got my uncle to transfer his name off the deed to them. They then filed it with the clerk and is now on the deed with me.. Is this legal? To be considered my uncle was... View More
It appears that you are legally a tenant in common of a one half undivided interest with the others as tenants in common of equal interests adding up to one half. But was GrandMother's Will Probated? If not, then it had no effect, and her heirs own the property. Hire a competent attorney...View More
My father passed away. I have a home in front of his and have been living here for 25 years. My stepmom still lives behind me in their home, and now the land is in her name. Can she make me move or do I have rights to part of the land that my home is setting on?
We have lived in our current home for 6 years, recently an acre of our property has been leased out to another party for their horse. We didn't find out intil there were already fence posts in, when asked, the people putting up the fence said that our landlady was leasing the property to them... View More
Land sits the family church they allowed to be built giving them a parking area and a small yard and a fence to divide properties. This was done 40 years ago. The family found a buyer who had land surveyed & decided to buy. They close this week but the buyer now says he wants to remove fence... View More
More complex than typical ‘owns the home but rents the land’ situations that I have found.
A verbal agreement was made with myself and the land owner allowing my mobile home to be placed for $X per month for the land. Not in a MH park, but one of two MH on 100 acres. This was for a new... View More
Any buyer would be buying the land subject to your lease, while it would be much better if your lease was written it is still likely a valid lease. Additionally, you should check with Forsyth County to make sure that your home is no longer able to be moved, each county has different regulations...View More
Once the land passed to the family, there is generally nothing that can be done to prevent a sale. Even though it was part of the will that it not be sold, that was simply the deceased wishes that the land not be sold. Outside of the deeds containing some very specific, and uncommon, language they...View More
My mother passed. According to two surveys Her 30+ year old home sits 2-3 feet from property line. Small porch sits 2-3 feet over property line. Watauga County building department says state law calls for a five foot setback. If I acquire the property can I remove the current home and build back... View More
Without looking at the Watauga County Codes, I can say that you will almost certainly not be allowed to rebuild the house. However, you may be able to claim adverse possession on the area that you thought was owned, but the surveys show was not. Speak to a local real estate lawyer and see what your...View More
It's a huge home that's not had any interest from potential buyers the entire decade I've been squatting there... although the powers always on and I've only had one encounter with the real estate agent that is employed by a company... I live in a little town where mansions are... View More
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