It appears no Probate has occurred, and this might be a good candidate for such a procedure. Probate Administration is expensive and lengthy, but that is probably the only way to really resolve the situation. Hire a competent attorney and do not forget about the taxes, which might be construed...Read more »
THe first Buyers that we were under contract with backed out of the contract 14 days after the contracted settlement date and weeks after Due Dilligence had expired. The closing attorney that represented the, last I heard because the attorney no longer responds to my emails or calls, has the money... Read more »
My father in law bought a home for my husband and I and we lived there for 14 years. My estranged husband and his father are on the deed. My name is not, although I made the payments for 9 of the 14 years I lived in the home. My father in law is trying to sell the house and needs my signature on... Read more »
This is a matter for the divorce settlement, you have very limited rights under real property law. In order for the house to be sold while you are married, you must sign the deed but likely you cannot be forced to sign.
Contract was signed under false pretense that the houses on the land would be fixed up and lived in. A man showed up to put up a for sale sign on property before sale was finalized date on contract. Also information was incorrect on the contract/marked out and correct information written in but not... Read more »
His real estate property divided 50/50. There is some tractors and farm equipment that were in his possession and he has had ever since his father passed in 2011. Now my question is the brothers now claim all the farm equipment was not my step fathers but instead theirs and have threatened to call... Read more »
You may need to file Probate here if enough assets are present. Administering the Estate will allow the relatives to file Claims Against the Estate if they truly feel they own some of those items of personal property. Hire a competent attorney to talk to you about this. Criminal charges like...Read more »
The land was not a part of the will. I do not want to have any financial connection to my nephew. I offered to buy him out, as he cant afford to pay the taxes on the land. He refused. I want to split the land so I can sell my portion back to my cousin who owns the land around my moms land and not... Read more »
She also stated she was never stepping foot on land again and was never speaking to me again. She has proved that by not paying any expenses. Can the deed now be put in mine name only. The property is in N.C.
You file a partition motion and ask for the land to be sold and the proceeds split amongst the family. I would highly advise hiring an attorney to assist with this process as there are many steps that have to be followed in a specific manner.
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... Read 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...Read more »
We own a vacation property in a 6 unit building. Covenants state no renters. One owner allows her church members to use her unit 2-3 times a month. We can not prove money is exchanged. She swears the value to her is intrinsic. These unaccompanied guest cause numerous problems much like renter... Read more »
We planned to vote out our current HOA board to do a long list of issues plaguing our community. We will call an emergency special meeting with the stated quorum of lot owners in our Bylaws and have a vote. If the existing HOA Board is voted out during the Special meeting, do all members retain... Read more »
He'll tell the real estate agent he is moving out. If he is gone for 30 days and I'm there, I have a right to privacy. He wants to move in with the other woman to sell the house. He was granted possession. The home is jointly owned by myself and him. I can cancel the sale before the 45... Read more »
Depends on if you are selling it yourself or under the estate. I would have to look at the will and prior deed in order to answer your question fully. I advise that you hire an attorney, to assist with the sale.
If you signed the Note, then you are liable for the debt. Only a payoff, refinance or a bankruptcy discharge gets rid of the Note. Your agreement means nothing to the mortgagee who is not a party to it.
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