I have a house that I rent out a studio. The lease was up 2 months ago and the tenant was paying month to month without me renewing the lease. Last month I caught her smoking marihuana ( she showed me her medical marihuana license) but my lease agreement states no smoking allowed so I asked her to... Read more »
Legally, you can start the eviction process for non-payment of rent. However, most counties will not complete the process by executing a writ of possession (aka removing her from the property) due to the pandemic.
My tenants are high wealth individuals, paying close to $12,000 per month in rent. They owned a few very high value cars, each priced above $200,000. In the past, in our direct conversation they stated that they are millionaires. A few weeks ago they mailed us a letter stating that they're not able... Read more »
Our annual meeting was Nov., 2019. Prior to the meeting the HOA Sec. went door-to-door asking if we needed a proxy and encouraged us to vote yes on a change to the R & R regarding the min. days we could rent. The change was from 30 day min. to 60 day min. Is this something they are allowed to do ?
Yes, of course. The HOA's BOD and officers are supposed to do things in the best interest of a majority of the homeowners, and so they would naturally want to "lobby" the members in support of something they are trying to do. The solution--available to all HOA members--is to seek office, lobby the...Read more »
I am leasing a residential property from a company. Someone made a complaint to the county that i am subletting. The county said i have seven days to fix the issue. I don't have anyone else living there. I receive no rent and all bills are in my name. I have friends stay the night often. How am i... Read more »
You post is vague as to whether you were issued a code enforcement citation with a fine and/or notice of hearing, or instead just some kind of warning, without any legal consequences at the moment. If you were issued a citation, immediately consult an attorney - meaning call a law office and...Read more »
I can tell that you are not giving us the whole story.
I very much doubt that owners are prevented from accessing their units. But the use of the unit can be restricted. The building can decide to put itself on "lock-down" to protect its residents. in the covid-19 world, everyone must...Read more »
We are considering a foreclosed home in Pasco County Fl
Party A has a final judgement on the case that states, On filing of the Certificate of Title, defendant and all persons claiming under or against the defendant since the filing of the Notice of Lis Pendens shall be foreclosed of all... Read more »
The question is what mortgage was of record first. From your question alone you should not even consider buying property out of foreclosure without an attorney to do a title search and represent you. It is not uncommon for an inexperienced person to buy a property out of foreclosure only to find...Read more »
In light of the moment-by-moment changes being made to federal, state and local laws as all the governments try to handle all aspects of the Corona virus pandemic sweeping the world, while at the same time millions of small businesses and landlords are also dealing with a zillion new issues, I have...Read more »
Hello I recently placed a deposit and 4 months for a place and was to receive the keys but says they couldn't get in contact with me and headed back to the owner because she fell ill.(Did not receive phone call, text, nor email.) Then the owner dies the next morning. (Dealing with the nephew this... Read more »
Mortgages are in the priority of time. So a first mortgage would be first in time. If you have satisfied the original first or second in time mortgage(s) they are are no longer liens on your home and are no longer mortgages. So the next mortgage you put on your home would be considered at this...Read more »
A Partition Action is the forced division or sale of a property when two owners or more cannot come to agreement on how to divide or sell the property or buy the other party/ies out with respect to their ownership. It will take time and money as it is a lawsuit and it will cost time, money and...Read more »
Pump was installed without our knowledge and they are irrigating their land with our pond water. The pond is not shared or adjoining our lots. We contracted and pulled permits in 1970 to build the pond and it is a solid 100' from their property line with us.
In 1982 I got a divorce from my wife. My ex wife and our two daughters lived in the house in Suffolk county, NY. In case she sells the property I was supposed to get one third. I did not claim my portion because of the daughters, but my ex wife died in 2004, and the property was sold I believe by... Read more »
Usually the deed is recorded after the proceeds are disbursed. It is now possible to record deeds electronically so they are submitted for recording. You will need to check with your attorney representing you in this transaction as to your concerns of protecting the transfer of title.
Due to the coronavirus we wish to cancel the purchase of the Georgia home and are afraid of the financial repercussions or the seller and broker suing us. Can we legally get out of the real estate contract due to the coronavirus?
Very sorry for your loss and the passing of your sister, please accept my condolences for you and your family. Depending on the deed and what it says (review yourself of with the help of an attorney), it is most likely that you will have to do a probate for your sister and see what her Will says...Read more »
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