The purchaser could possibly elect to bring an action for specific performance so as to force you to sell the real estate to the purchaser. Alternatively, the purchaser could possibly ask for money to let you out of the deal, or lastly, the purchaser could ask for the deposit monies back and walk...Read more »
We have a house that was transferred from my grandparents. The deed reads as:
(Dad's name), a married individual, (my name) a single individual, (brother's name), a single individual, as joint tenants with right of survivorship and not tenants in common. (herein called "Grantees")... Read more »
Yes also you need to consult an attorney for this. While the property is in both name there are estate taxes that need to be taken care of and if you are married your wife has an interest. You really need to retain an attorney to get you through this transaction.
It's up to the property holder as to whether they wish to respond. Common courtesy would suggest they respond. You may always submit a bid to the officers /board of the non-profit. But like any seller, they may decline if it doesn't match their offer. An offer of sale is for a stated price. Most...Read more »
You should seriously consider speaking with a real estate attorney in the area where the real estate is located. There are many claims that relate to real estate and "interference" that should be considered based on the facts. Once the claims are determined, a Complaint would need to be filed in...Read more »
Did they send her a notice to remove it? Generally the answer is yes, but they should notify her in writing if rent wasn't agreed to. They will want to get an estimate for the cost of removal. It's not a good idea for them to remove it.
If your father did not have a Will which left the house to you, the house goes into the estate. The house would then be sold and the proceeds divided among you and the other siblings. You have no choice about that.
If you hire a lawyer, you might be able to assert a claim against the...Read more »
When my sister refinanced her condominium in Mont Clare, PA, she added her boyfriend to the title. Wording as follows (quoting the format exactly but using pseudo names for privacy): Owner Name(s): “Doe Jane & Smith John.” She recently learned that the type of ownership is tenancy in common,... Read more »
When my sister refinanced her condominium in Mont Clare, PA, she added her boyfriend to the title. Wording as follows (quoting the format exactly but using pseudo names for privacy): Owner Name(s): “Doe Jane & Smith John.” The mortgage company told her this wording means that the type of... Read more »
If the deed does not specify that it is to be a joint tenancy with right of survivorship, the property is owned a a tenancy in common. Under those circumstances, the boyfriend can bequeath his half interest by Will or can convey it during lifetime.
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