I live in an HOA community where main streets are owned by the Township. I am responsible for maintaining the sidewalk in front of my property. Between the sidewalk and the street is a 4' strip of grass considered common area where the developer planted street trees. These trees are 15+ yrs old and... Read more »
My nieghbors lot description has errors in it. These errors caused the surveyors to make inaccurate maps. The private neighborhood association wont let me onto my property to survey it properly. The people living in my house also sent my surveyor hiking. The local police refused to look at my... Read more »
If you are facing a criminal trespass charge, you need to consult with a criminal defense attorney immediately and/or get a court appointed criminal defense attorney. You should change the category of your question to "Criminal Law."
Once the criminal action is taken care of, you should...Read more »
I'm taking over as landlord for my mom who is elderly and I need to know my rights as a landlord, what's expected of me legally. For e.g. how long do I have legally for repairs ... her tenant is demanding that I repaint the entire apartment because she is stating by law it has to be done every... Read more »
I've tried to donate it and even contacted the neighbors on both sides of the lot and nobody wants it since they'd have to pay taxes on it. I'd rather not be delinquent, but what options do I have to get rid of the property?
My 2 sisters and I inherited 6.5 acres of worthless hilly property in PA over 2 decades ago. Relatives adjacent to the property have, over time, slowly moved cars and their property onto ours. They are not convinced, even with survey, that the property is ours. How would you proceed to sell such a... Read more »
My husband & I signed a purchase agreement for a new house. The construction will begin now. During the closing which will happen in November, Is there a chance to get out of it just for me? What are the circumstances that I might face?
$10,000 judgement against me for leaving a lease early. It was due to me being hit by a car, out of work, couldn't afford my rent. Then I was stuck in a snowstorm couldn't make it to court they entered a judgement against me even though I requested a continuance.
I sent him a registered letter with a copy of the Survey that i paid for, and a date for moving the fence. I provided 6 months of time before the date i asked for the fence to be moved. The neighbor did not get a permit or a survey prior to the installation of the fence. What recourse do i have... Read more »
Yes. The two brothers that want to sell the property can file an action in court requesting a "sale in lieu of partition." That asks the court to order a sale -- and the court will ultimately do it. This forces the lone hold-out to either buy out his two brothers' interest in the property or...Read more »
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 »
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