There's not quite enough information here to answer fully, but it appears as though the property owner is disputing the foreclosure process. Possibly they weren't served under Civ. R. 4, or have other grounds for contesting the foreclosure itself. "Motion to stay" could mean a...View More
I electronically filed a motion to stay with the court, and it was approved. This happened after the Plaintiff already had a Sheriff's auction and obtained my home, as well as they filed a Writ of Possession. If it was electronically filed and approved, does this mean that judge approved it or... View More
The homeowner maintains title in the real property until the Sheriff's Sale is confirmed. The right of the purchaser at sale to obtain a writ of possession is typically included in the decree of foreclosure. However, the order of confirmation is the mechanism that cuts off the...View More
The case seems to be a default on a property owned by someone possibly attach to her we are unsure on what the complaint in the case is but they have her marked as a judgment creditor in the concerned parties information.
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but it looks like your question was overlooked under the general Uncategorized heading. You could try reposting under Collections, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, and Civil Litigation. This looks like something for attorneys who practice in one of those areas. Good luck
recently my neighboirs shed burned down. and as a result my truck that was parked on my proerty was burned and totaled. the gentleman the own the houyse had recently died and left the house to his daughter who didnt pay insurance and doesnt check on the property even once. she also hyasnt paid the... View More
In a situation like yours, where your property was damaged due to your neighbor's shed burning down, you may have grounds for a claim. Since the house is inherited and the current owner has not maintained insurance, this complicates matters, but it doesn't necessarily mean you have no...View More
My house is being listed for sale and I also have a private investor who is working on getting funds to pay-off my amount due. If my house is "under contract" or if the investor needs another 1-2 weeks to get the funds, on the date of my non-oral hearing, can I request that the non-oral... View More
Yes, but the better thing to do would be to reach out to the bank to engage in loss mitigation. This would pause the foreclosure while they determined whether you are eligible for any loss mitigation options, including modification of the loan, and will give you time to either sell or refinance.
Family member passed away and we inherited a percentage of this property. Other family member who inherited percentage of the property was living in it and refused to move or sell the house when we had a buyer. The property was foreclosed on because they did not pay the mortgage. Property went to... View More
You probably need to file a partition action to force the sale. Except, the mortgage company may beat you to forcing another sale. A partition action can take months (or years) before you reach the end. I recommend you find a real estate attorney to advise you what your rights are.
His house is being foreclosed on. I have no interest in his estate. He is divorced so neither does his ex-wife and his only son is a minor. His mortgage company and the county court keep sending me foreclosure documents and demand payment of his mortgage. I sent his son's attorney a letter... View More
You can check the county real estate records to get a copy of the deed. A family member will have to file her will in the probate court to be appointed executor, or if she had no will, apply to be appointed administrator of her estate, who will then have legal authority to deal with her finances,...View More
We received a foreclosure notice for our house. The house has late payment for nearly a year. The house mortgage and deed is in my dad’s name. My dad traveled out of the US in Feb-2020 and he has a police warrant so he probably not coming back. My mom and two young brothers living in the house... View More
There is no law requiring notice, but if the owners have agreed that one owner is responsible for maintenance and doesn't do it, the other owner could sue to recover. Information on taxes is available on-line, so all owners can review what is owed. But if the owners have agreed that one...View More
my cousin asked for a place to stay, and he lost his job now hes staying here not paying rent although there is no rent agreement he was just supposed to stay a couple days and leave he kept procrastinating till he got mail here now hes using squatters rights on us so he dosent have to leave, how... View More
If you own the property, you can evict any occupant by following the proper eviction process. Check your local court for the notice and other forms to file for an eviction, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to assist you, because you want to do it right the first...View More
Is the bankruptcy still open or is it closed? Did you receive a discharge or a dismissal? Is it or was it a Chapter 7 or 13? The first thing I would advise is to talk to your bankruptcy attorney if you had one. You need to sit down with your attorney or another attorney who handles bankruptcy so...View More
It's a rooming house in Dayton Ohio and also she has failed to give me a copy of my rental agreement.. After making several request by me and my father the landlord has still failed to give a copy of the written agreement
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You could additionally repost your question in the Landlord-Tenant section. Look for the linked text below the main categories you already posted in that says, "Show More Practice Areas." That opens up more...View More
house has been listed for sheriff sale 3 times, have filed 2 times, 7 1st then a 13 that was denied conformation. Now I see they are cleaning up things etc. Recorders office shows the mortgage transferred to Wilmington Trust NA, TR. It is a corporate assignment of mortgage document that looks like... View More
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