He wants to take his name off of the deed so I can be 100% titled to house.(He is moving) Can this be accomplished with a quit claim deed? What would be the correct steps to take? Thank you in advance.
Without knowing a significant amount of additional information and document review it is impossible to provide a meaningful answer. This is also something that would be well beyond the scope of a free consultation, so you should expect to pay for about an hour of attorney time. With modern...Read more »
The answer would depend on how you and the sister owned the house. If the house is owned as Tenants-in-Common, each owns an undivided interest in the property. The deceased sister's interest would pass through her estate.
If the property is owned in Joint Tenancy with Rights of...Read more »
First, call your lawyer and ask why he hasn't followed through. There may be some obstacle that's needs to be removed first, and he's working on it for you. Second, if your lawyer doesn't have a good reason for not following through, find another attorney. You can record...Read more »
Attorney did this against our will. Said the grantor requested only his name be put on. Is that legal? This has caused major issues amongst the family. We paid for the house over 8 years paid cash to his mom. It was a quit claim deed. My name should of been put on right beside his at the same time.... Read more »
deed restrictions. The Bylaws are the rules and regulations for management and administration. The Resolutions are additional rules and regulations that the association may adopt." There is no mention of the Bylaws and Rules having to be publicly recorded. Farther down under "Are HOA... Read more »
Someone else may give you a more direct answer to your question, however, I think more information is needed and I would also suggest that depending on the your specific situation, then perhaps some discretion (no matter the answer) might be in order. That is, while ignorance is not usually a...Read more »
I was told taxes were paid out of family trust, I have resided on this property for 15 years . My brother and sister were suppose to be signing me as sole ownerbut My brother unexpectedly passed away and he never switched into my name. He told me the property taxes were all paid but I found out... Read more »
I'm in the process of buying a land plot. And the Seller is requesting that I sign a Warranty Deed to him in the event of a default. But the Warranty Deed doesn't include any language about it only being valid in the event of a default. Should the Real Estate Agreement, which specifies... Read more »
I haven't had income for a few years, would I be allowed on the title? Am I responsible for payments as a co signer then? We've been together 12 years but been renting. Is common law still a thing in NY? I'm female and he's male. I just need some advice before I sign papers. Thanks
There was a problem in our park on New Years where my husband was trying to break up a fight with some residents, those residents turned against us and made reports to management that just was not true. Now they are serving us with a non-renewal. We own our home but rent the lot. We feel... Read more »
Having been accused of violence in the course of breaking up a fight doesn't sound like discrimination on the basis of being in a suspect category (race, etc.). So, unless the mobile home park's agreement proves otherwise, they can get rid of you.
Yes, a naked owner can in general be homeless, however, what I would suggest is the naked owner seek a consult with a lawyer, discuss the current situation and see what, if anything, can be done to perhaps change the circumstances.
Second mortgage is after estate of deceased owner against his heirs (former owners of house). I talked to attorney of case, he told me he can’t discuss details with me since I am not in case. He told me they going after former owners of the house including bank who took money I paid for house.... Read more »
When someone purchases a home, there are two legal remedies available to the banks for non-payment. One is foreclosure and taking possession of the home. Two, is a breach of note remedy or collection on the deficiency judgment.
Here, it sounds like you purchased and took possession of the...Read more »
My mother died, I get heritage but because I live in Germany and he lied to me the house is nothing worth, he when to a court a did a filling where I have to go there or a lawyer to lay claim to my heritage, what court would I have to go to what is that process called what he did where some has to... Read more »
You might want to hire an attorney in the County where your Mother died to conduct a title search and examine the Court filings. He can then advise what you may want to do, or that you are already an heir at law.
Greetings. You appear to want to know if you can forward your dispute to the police, district attorney, or some other law enforcement agency. Any citizen may forward their conflicts to a law enforcement agency; however, such agencies often will not involve themselves in matters they deem personal...Read more »
Any homeowner in the subdivision has standing to enforce the deed restrictions.
You can hire an attorney to secure a permanent injunction against your neighbors for violating the restrictive convenants and seeking a money judgment for any damages caused to your property by the hogs....Read more »
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