An HOA can impose late fees as specified in the HOA declaration and in any rules enacted by the HOA board of directors. If a payment account is past due, whether for HOA monthly assessment, late fees, or other charges that are delinquent, then if the HOA rules allow, the board could impose the...Read more »
I was under contract on a property set to close on 6/14/21. As the buyer, I fulfilled all requirements per the contract. My down-payment and closing fees were wired and waiting at title office. When I arrived at the title office for closing I was informed by my realtor that the seller did not sign... Read more »
You could sue seller and ask the court to order the closing to proceed. But that could take months. Talk to the real estate agents. Perhaps the issue with 2nd mortgage can be quickly resolved. If not, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney.
Receiving a 200 dollar fine for something they just put into order. Normally fines , 30 day notices ect are sent out through security but this time they said it will be send via mail from their lawyer. When asked they wouldn’t supply a reason as to why it was being done this way
This all came up sudden but my mom has stage 4 lung cancer with Mets. I am her only living relative. From a legal aspect what do I need to start doing to get her affairs in order? I am very new to this and not sure what to do. She does have a will with me as executive. She does not have a... Read more »
My dad just died on the 23rd of this month.. He left me his house and called his attorney to put it in the paper work.. My mother left him.15 yrs ago n now sleeps with and lives with another man..my dad really didnt want her to have anything.. The last 2 yrs of his life im all he had.. My husband... Read more »
If your father did not complete the paperwork to transfer the house to you, then as his spouse, your mother could inherit the house. She could file to handle his estate in probate, and could evict you and your husband. Talk to your father's attorney to find out what paperwork there is, or...Read more »
If he did not have a will giving you the house, or if you are not a joint owner on the deed, or if he did not record a transfer deed or affidavit for the house giving it to you, then the house would likely pass to his spouse or children according to Ohio law. The heirs can file to open his estate...Read more »
The hotel room was in my name I was at the store my boyfriend got arrested in the parking lot for possession when I returned from the store I was told I was being evicted in the cop search my room do they have the right to do that
This is actually a really complex question that requires knowledge of a whole bunch of facts not contained in your question. For example, when your right to possession of the room ended and the hotel regained the right to let the police in themselves depends upon a number of factors. The police may...Read more »
There is no set time limit. All information considered important must be disclosed to buyer by seller, because if a problem develops and seller failed to disclose it, the buyer can sue seller for fraud.
I have recently entered into an agreement through the courts in Ohio to allow for the other Beneficiary of a house that was left to me in an Estate to buy me out. This person continues to live in the house. The judgment was signed by the judge on April 1st, this year, 2021. The... Read more »
I've been renting at the same place for 7 years. There are now new owners who want to do walkthroughs while I'm still residing there. They raised my rent by $250 and want $1000 security deposit. They have now issued a 30 day notice to vacate. It's so unfair because I have nowhere to... Read more »
Look to the politicians you vote for. They are the ones that create the laws. If you are renting and the owner chooses to terminate the lease, you need to go. For assistance in finding a new place you can always hire a realtor.
We are closing on our new home and the seller has her daughter living there on a month to month lease. She gave her a 30 day notice to vacate On March 2 and again on April 1st. The contract is signed by both the seller and us that we take possession 5 days after close. If the daughter has not... Read more »
If the month to month lease was recorded you would have constructive notice of the lease. As it is, you have actual knowledge that a month to month lease existed, and was terminated by giving a thirty (30) day notice of cancellation on March 2, 2021. As of April 1, 2021, the tenant no longer has...Read more »
My parent's real estate was in a Survivorship deed in Ohio. My father died and an Affidavit of Surviving Spouse was filed at the county Recorder's office to transfer the real estate to her. Before my father's death, he and my mother filed a Transfer on Death Affidavit for their... Read more »
A detailed look at the specific language of all the documents as well as what year they were executed is necessary to answer your question. Many subsequent TOD affidavits revoke any prior designations. I recommend sitting down with an attorney to review the situation in detail.
There was a verbal contract in place to sign the house over me after my divorce was finalized. She is now unwilling to do that, and she's unwilling to sell and split the money from the sale. She made me a very low ball offer that isn't half of what the house is worth, not sure what can... Read more »
In order to advise you of what the best outcome may be, a more detailed analysis of your situation is needed. An attorney would need to review how the title is held and discuss steps to take. Unfortunately, oral agreements related to real estate are not enforceable due to a legal doctrine known...Read more »
If the sale has closed, and you have delivered the deed to buyer, then the sale is completed. If there was fraud or some other legal issue in the transaction, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review all the facts and advise you if there are any options to rescind...Read more »
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 »
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