I am the clerk of Zion Hill Baptist Church, located in Georgia. Back in February 2021, the pastor, who lives in Alabama, called the Superior Court clerk's office, in Ga., and asked that a copy of the deed be mailed to him in Alabama. There are only (2) living deacons left in our church, but... Read more »
To prevent anymore interference on his part to make him stop interfering in my contract that he has already made a mess of. He was told in Dec2020 that he is not part of our real estate contract and not to attempt to speak on our buyers behalf. I do not know this person and he has now levied my... Read more »
First of all, the exact language in the will controls. Usually, just one sentence from the will is not sufficient to interpret the will. That said, the spouse is an heir, and is the primary heir. Assuming multiple children exist as heirs, they all stand on equal footing and the property should be...Read more »
Obviously we cannot provide a reliable response here. In order to know enough to be sure, land deeds and surveys will need to be reviewed. Easement law also needs to be mentioned. I am unaware of a law that would prevent this under your given facts. You should meet with an attorney with...Read more »
value? This was an inherited property , and the principal owner is not forthcoming about location, value , etc. The 1/3rd is owned by my mother's estate, of which I share with 2 siblings. My sister is the executor of the estate.
Listen carefully. This is tricky stuff. Meet with and attorney who practices real property (real estate) law. Mention the term "partitioning." Please do not do this without legal counsel. Make an error here and it might not be fixable.
My property has become a flood plain due to "neighbors" above me paving parking lots and diverting and increasing the water flow onto my property causing damage to my property and causing it and other properties below mine to flood during heavy rains.
I'm looking for a real estate lawyer that is well versed with owner financing agreement and how it would convey title from the seller to myself. He/she would read and interpret the contract that was furnished by the seller and determine if it is legally binding and... Read more »
Life estate tenant has own homeowner dwelling policy, listed as insured full dwelling coverage on home and property, but remainder men are not covered at all. Is it legal that we can purchase our own policy to protect our interest?
There is nothing illegal about the remaindermen being insured for property loss. But you will have to carefully find a willing insurance company that will inure a dwelling in which there is an occupany that is not the insured. When you get the policy, read it.
A landlord gave me written permission to leave my lease early. After I told her the date that I wanted to leave she said I would only have to pay rent if a new tenant did not move in. The landlord successfully found a new person to move in and they did so two days after I moved out. The landlord... Read more »
the air conditioner is not working I have tried to have it fix but it is not a minor repair, this the landlord should have repaired but he doesn't want to talk about it. And I'm afraid that if I keep paying him he will not fix it. and if I do not pay he will threaten to evict me and kick... Read more »
It sounds like you are in a business arrangement. I have always advised folks that if they are going to be in business, then BE in business. By this I mean that what you are doing here is a business matter. Because this situation involves too many moving parts, it cannot be adequately addressed...Read more »
The lender foreclosure/indenture date of sale is the 3rd Tues, instead of the 1st Tues. The purchaser that bought the house from the lender has all the foreclosure fees in the HUD STATEMENT. Sale date is the 3rd Tues.
Can a lender avoid going to the court house steps & sell/foreclose on... Read more »
HOA documents are dated. The Developer turned this community over to the HOA in 2005. the documents say that a home must be completed in 12 months or less. That would be impossible to do in normal times and certainly now that we are dealing with so many delays. Also, HOA says no fences and they... Read more »
You should hustle now and sit down with an attorney who litigate real property (land) issues. You will not get a quick answer. First, the attorney is going to have to scour the county deed/land records before he/she will even know what is and isn't allowed. Don't wait. Run quickly to...Read more »
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