That should be very straightforward. You can use the Find a Lawyer tab on this webpage to find dozens of qualified attorneys who can do this for you. It would likely not be very costly, depending on the terms and length of the agreement.
I am 1 of 3 people living in a duplex and I am having ongoing issues with my neighbor on the first floor about the driveway. I'm the only one who lives here who owns a car. However, for 7 years my neighbor has allowed her visitors to use the driveway when they come over. So far I have been... Read more »
Landlord is not going to solve your problem with the neighbors. And your landlord does not have to allow you to terminate your lease early. But you can talk to the landlord about an early termination, and try to work it out -- maybe offer landlord an extra month's rent. Nothing makes you stay...Read more »
The statute of limitations for a claim on a negotiable instrument under Ohio's version of the UCC is 6 years. However, each missed payment restarts the statute of limitations, unless the loan has been accelerated. If the loan has been accelerated, then the lender has six years within which...Read more »
If you cannot track down the owner, then the county will eventually file foreclosure for unpaid real estate taxes. But that could take a long time for such a low amount - maybe years. Ask the county treasurer when that might happen. A person cannot acquire a property simply by paying its...Read more »
I purchased a fixer upper home 04/19/2019 & despite covid I have made & continuing to make major repairs, but my neighbors who aren't happy that I purchased the property & they didn't, have been making constant unwarranted complaints to the city & mayors office that keeps... Read more »
Neighbor problems are difficult to resolve and can get worse if legal action is taken against them. They could do a lot of things, and it could be impossible to prove that they violated a court order. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and retain a local attorney to advise you.
If there is no written lease and you want them to leave, you must follow the proper eviction process. Check your local court web site or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to assist you with the process.
Talk to an attorney about forming a limited liability company to buy, own, use, and insure the property, and to draft an agreement among the owners on how they will contribute funds to purchase the land, pay expenses and taxes, and what happens if one of you wants to sell, or if one of you dies,...Read more »
I just had my home appraised to dispute the county auditors recent valuation. The appraiser discovered the property records had 300 square feet extra that does not exist. He measured twice after consulting the auditors info. This information has been incorrect for the 15 years I've lived here... Read more »
Auditor websites typically have a disclaimer that the information is not guaranteed to be accurate. It is unlikely they will go back to recalculate and credit you any overpayment. Each county auditor in Oho just completed its revaluation of real estate, so the 300 sf might not make much...Read more »
If the taxes exceed the fair market value, then if the taxes are not paid, eventually the county will send the property to tax foreclosure sale. If you can't find a buyer willing to pay the tax, then you could try auctioning it.
The State of Ohio holds a Tax Lien against real estate that I own jointly with my spouse. The tax debt is solely mine and does not involve my spouse. My spouse would like to sell the real estate and get their share of the proceeds. My share of the proceeds will not be sufficient to pay off the... Read more »
The state will not intervene to stop the sale, but unless all liens and mortgages can be paid at closing, then the buyer will not close the sale. You would have to pay money at closing to make up any deficit, for there to be sufficient funds to pay off the lien. Otherwise, a buyer will not close.
After purchase and brought title to office, I was told that changed a month prior. Ok..I will deal with it, then I got a letter yesterday stating the lot rent is going up $28 more dollars starting March. I haven't even moved in yet and its about $5O-70 more than I "agreed" Is there... Read more »
It depends on what is any rental agreement that you and the landlord signed. What they "told" you is probably not legally binding. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to consult a local attorney. If the landlord has done this to others, you might band together to retain an attorney to deal with...Read more »
Need more facts. If you were separated, physically & financially, when this was written, it could be a partial separation agreement and valid. If this was done while you were still living together or still financially together, it would not be, ax we do not recognize post-nuptial agreements in Ohio.
Five siblings own five acres and a two story farmhouse in northeast Ohio and four of the family members no longer to rent the property but they want to sell. Can this property be sold if one family member refuses to sell? Can the four members still sell it all and give the disagreeable member their... Read more »
Yes. Since more than one owner wants to sell, there will be a judicial partition action to force the fifth to sell or buy out the other four. You should contact an attorney to see how to go about this.
We purchased a home in NE Ohio in 2017. The paperwork from our realtor indicated that there was no HOA. In May 2017, we received a notification from one of the homeowners that there was an informational meeting for the residents to “take over the HOA”; which was the first we heard of the... Read more »
HOAs are created by a declaration recorded in the county real estate records, and all purchasers are legally deemed to have notice of them, regardless of what anyone might tell them, and they are legally bound by them. If the board follows the proper procedures specified in the declaration to...Read more »
If they are in breach of the contract to sell the house, then you will have to sue them to get a court to order them to complete the sale and sign the deed. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the contract and advise you.
We had a home built in 2018 in Ohio by a developer. There was a roofing issue that caused leaking. The company came in and repaired the leak in 2020. However, the leak does not appear to have been repaired correctly, as there is a leak in the same area. In the interim, the company has now been... Read more »
Unless the new company assumed the liabilities of the old company, the new company would not be liable. You can ask them. But if new company is not liable, and the old company is out of business or no longer has any assets, you might could contact the roofer who did the poor repairs.
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...Read more »
It is not possible to guess what the outcome might be at court. It depends on the evidence, how it is presented, sincerity and demeanor of witnesses, and other factors. If the judge did not think the floor damage was a significant problem, then the judge might dismiss the case. You could get an...Read more »
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