Through the end of the year, there are some protections for people who cannot afford to pay rent and fall behind, but there is nothing specific preventing a month to month lease from being terminated with 30 days notice that I'm aware of....Read more »
I had my home broken into repeatedly in my car stolen from the parking lot and now they’ve served me with addiction notice because I’m a victim again how is that fair ? I did file online a formal complaint with the housing and urban development and they called me to see if it’s their... Read more »
An Oregon attorney could advise best, but you await a response for three weeks. Do you mean an EVICTION notice? Read it more carefully. If that's the case, repost this under Landlord-Tenant law and hopefully an experienced L-T attorney could offer meaningful guidance. Good luck
Appraisal came in low 270 he wanted 285. So we decided on 275 then he wanted the appraisal I would not give him copy and he decided to let the contract expire and pull the deal off the table and now property up for sale again. When I found the property it have fell out of another deal, as they... Read more »
Sorry, without looking at the contract, it's hard to tell exactly what happened - whether there was a contract that required the appraisal to be provided, whether the Seller breached by failing to close at the agreed price, or whether there was a breach by you for some reason. Usually, the...Read more »
We are financing our home through an estate trust. The deceased previous owner signed a shared well agreement with the previously owned neighbors lot. Under this agreement the neighbors have to pay a monthly fee for water and share in any repair bills for the well. It also says if the neighbors... Read more »
Without looking at the agreement, it's hard to tell, but this sounds like an agreement that runs with the land, so you're bound even if you did not sign it. I suggest you start sending your neighbors bills for the water usage, and negotiating an appropriate rate for their usage, rather...Read more »
If the Seller dies before the extension is signed or the sale closes, then you won't be able to close until someone is appointed by the Probate Court to act for the Seller - either an executor of the will, or administrator of the estate.
If the closing date has already passed, and...Read more »
Yes, all co-owner of the house must agree to sell, along with the spouses of any of the co-owners who are married. If they all can't agree, then if a co-owner wants to sell, that person must file a partition action asking a court to order the property to be sold and the sale proceeds divided...Read more »
An attorney would have to review the real estate records to determine what documents give your neighbor the right of way, the purpose, extent and location of that right of way, etc. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the situation and the real estate...Read more »
Your sister likely had permission from the family to live there and therefore she has no "squatter's rights." You have to be living somewhere without permission to claim this. I would want to review the deed and grandparents' wills to know if your uncle has full ownership of the...Read more »
Surviving spouse is executor and deceased left no will. Two adult children and surviving spouse will have equal ownership of the house. There is also a $25,000 second mortgage/equity line balance left, which was taken out by deceased and surviving spouse.
A South Carolina attorney could answer best, but your post remains open for a week. As a GENERAL matter in ANY jurisdiction, it could depend on the restriction. Nationwide, Departments of Motor Vehicles enforce different classes of restrictions, covering things such as hearing aids, shoulder...Read more »
Court says they sent a ticket for not fixing a pipe on a house and I didn't show up. I never got the ticket nor do I own the property and cannot afford an attorney. My question is, don't I have to be physically served or notified? They claim they sent a letter but I never got it.
The sheriffs only change the locks with a court order. This implies you no longer own the property and have no right to be there. If that is the case, you would be trespassing if you changed the locks. You may need to consult with a real estate attorney as the information is too limited to give...Read more »
House was for sale by owner with assistance from agent friend. The day after placing an offer on the house, the seller moved out of state. Seller did not disclose damage and verbally stated she used 1 car detached garage just for storage through that single garage door. Inspector couldn't open... Read more »
If there is a structural issue or home defect that comes to light prior to a closing and the seller should have disclosed the defect that was known to them, then you may have grounds to cancel the transaction. The fact the home inspector could not get into the garage to do their home inspection...Read more »
The house has public sewer in the street but was never conected to the house when I bought the house they did not mentioned the septic system in the back yard. Now I am responsable for conecting to the public and it is too expensive! The realtor told me that sorry but it was too late and I dont... Read more »
Unfortunately, unless there was a specific representation in the contract to purchase, failure to do approproate due diligence, resulted in the cost of connecting to the public sewage system falls on your shoulders.
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