Jack and Jill transfer property to Jack and Jill has Trustees of 2005 trust later jack-and-jill transfer to Jack and Jill as Trustees of 2010 Trust which trust is the property in is any corrective action necessary where would the hang-up be at the title company the recorder the Assessor and does... Read more »
You have provided insufficient information to allow me to answer your question. I suggest you contact an attorney in your area and ask for a free consultation. Make sure you take a full chronology of your story, stating what happened, when, who was involved, and identify all witnesses, both good...Read more »
We are selling our house and accepted an offer however. We have to back out due to my father-in-law becoming sick now they They threaten to take us to court for wanting to back out of selling our house. We offer to pay all their expenses and maybe an extra couple hundred due to the inconvenience.... Read more »
Your options will depends on a few more specific facts. You need to call and speak to a real estate transactions attorney so they can review the documents involved and the specifics in order to give you options.
I have extended his closing date many, many times but he has not deposit any funds in the escrow company. He has an attorney and every time we ask for the money, he keeps saying that he is going to file a lawsuit against the seller, realtor, and escrow company. I DO NOT HAVE MONEY FOR ATTORNEYS... Read more »
Seller Seeking Earnest Money: In a standard California Real Estate Contract you are FIRST required to seek resolution by filing for Mediation before either party can resort to litigation. Mediation is reasonably costed and does not technically require that you engage an attorney to represent you....Read more »
I believe this is your third question about your grant deeds. I suggest you go to a lawyer and get your situation handled properly rather than try to piece together various lawyers’ advice. But to answer your question, it is possible to transfer property from one trust to another, but not in all...Read more »
The answer to your question depends on the language in your specific deeds. If the grantor is still alive and has a revocable trust, it’s possible the property could be in either trust. Some people have more than one trust (for example, a separate property trust and a community property trust)...Read more »
Our realtor wrote up an addendum regarding obtaining a quote/estimate for repairs on retaining walls from a licensed contractor. Based on the information she provided us, we moved forward and closed on the house and signed the addendum. After further investigation, it turns out the contractor is... Read more »
my roommate wants to take me to court for rent. So as far as i know when you pay rent it's for the upcoming month right? Well i paid at the end of June which means i paid to stay in the apartment in July. And in August i moved out and got my name off the lease. I did let them know in the... Read more »
Generally you would pay for the upcoming month, yes. Obviously every contract can be different though, so it would depend on when you originally paid and what the deal was. What does the tenant agreement say? When does the specific month-to-month start/stop? (oftentimes it's the first of...Read more »
Once you own the house and the former owner refuses to leave, you are in the position of Landlord and Tenant. You evict them. I would be sure to give them the 60 day notice of termination of tenancy, 60 days before the lease is up. If they hold over you can give them a 3 day notice to quit....Read more »
Sooo many issues. Who owns the property? They have the right to say who can make changes to the property. You say "my home" what does that mean? Do you own it? Are you over 18? You can evict your father if you own the property and are over 18. If your father is damaging the property...Read more »
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I have to admit that I don't really understand your question, but I can tell you that this is not Divorce, Family Law, Real Estate or Traffic tickets, and if you don't post in the right category then attorneys who CAN understand your question won't see it. You might want to contact...Read more »
My dad left me a 1960's single wide he purchased in 1995.
The loan was a 5 year loan and he was proud of it being paid off. Now when I'm trying to get/ transfer the title I find the lien holder is still on the title. Lien holder is no longer in this business. What do I need to... Read more »
Expired Mortgage Lien Claimant: The "judge" route will be an action filed in your jurisdiction's Superior Court - difficult in this situation, not based on the law or the facts (that's the easy part of your claim), but in trying show "proof of service" in connection...Read more »
This property is governed by Civil Code 1946, and Code of Civil Procedure 1162. You have to give her actual notice by personal delivery or by posting on her residence and mailing, or by Certified or Registered mail to her address of the fact you are going to either store the property at her...Read more »
Agreement with my significant other and he passed. His name is on the title as 45% owner to my 55% . I never submitted an answer to the courts to include a gift letter created for closing ….or any supporting evidence on my behalf. The referee for the property is seeking participation or we get... Read more »
Your description indicates there is already a court proceeding that is open regarding the title and/or possession of this property. Unclear what kind of proceeding you are dealing with- Probate? Tax lien? Whatever it is, ignoring the proceeding can only result in a judgement that fails to...Read more »
Everything im aware of on property but as with all old houses it appears that it was an ongoing repair situation. I dont wish to be responsible for leaving anything out or not repairing something. And dont wish any lawsuit after sale. How do i proceed
176 pages? Yikes. Sounds like tear down and rebuild is easier. You should discuss this with your Realtor as to how to address these items. Sounds like this buyer wants a Ferrari for the price of Prius, and this may be a sign that this buyer is going to be nothing but trouble for you all around....Read more »
In 2017 my mother passed away. She had a hastily hand-written will in which she stated her home, and two parcels of property would go to my sister and me with 50/50 ownership. My mother stated in the will that my sister could live in the home, which is located on one of the parcels, for free. My... Read more »
I recently purchase a home and hired a home inspector and had the property inspected and decided to move on with the sale. After living in the property for almost a year I hired an electrician, so I could add an outlet for my TV when the contractor saw my panel he refused to work on my property. He... Read more »
The statute of limitations for negligence is 2 years, breach of contract 4 years, but sometimes different periods apply to certain professionals, such as home inspectors. IMO you need to get your electrical problem solved first, and RETAIN THE OLD PANEL AS EVIDENCE. Take lots of photos showing...Read more »
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