Not sure of your question because you do not state what is in the Deeds, nor their order of recordation. But assuming Mother kept a life estate and deeded one third remainders, then all three grantees are tenants in common of one-third undivided interests each of all the properties. But you...Read more »
He just got out of jail, and I don't know him from Adam. If things go terribly wrong and they get out of hand, how do I protect myself from them doing whatever they want here? My daughter stayed with me years ago and was physically abusive. When I went to throw her out- she told the cops she... Read more »
I never had my property surveyed, but there is a survey marker across the alley and all the lots on this part of town are all the same size, so that should be enough to clearly define my property line.
My neighbor has built two parallel fences that connect up to my fence crossing my... Read more »
You can sue for Trespass Damages. But you have a Boundary Line Dispute. You will probably need to get a Survey done, where the Surveyor knows he will be testifying in Court. If you do nothing, then you will acquiesce to the new Boundary. Both property owners now have clouds on their Titles.
No other offers on the table, no money spent to prepare house, we have signed all documents leading up to purchase but signed 2 weeks prior but have 2.5 weeks until closing. My wife lost bonuses from her job due to Covid-19. Can I back out if I pay for all closing expenses occurred to this point... Read more »
I filed Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in January of 2019 and have been making payments. In May of 2019 my neighbors house exploded condemning my house unlivable. The insurance company paid out $115,000 to repair the house totaling it out and said if I tear it down and rebuild it they will give $25,000 more... Read more »
Tenant is pregnant and due at the same time lease is up. Hoped for apartment fell through. She is actively looking for new rental and very worried. What are her options if they refuse to rent her the apartment monthly until she finds a place? We do not want to take advantage of Them but moving... Read more »
You should do everything possible to work out a temporary arrangement with the current landlord. If that is not possible and you are forced to stay in the unit, that is known as "holding over," and the landlord will have to initiate eviction proceedings in order to have you removed.
i have reasons to believe that i was sold an apartment with bedbugs. i was told by pest control (witch i payed for) that when you see black spots in the corner of the ceiling you might have bed bugs. go back a year when i got the apartment ive taken and sent pictures of black spots before i moved... Read more »
A landlord has an obligation to provide you, as the tenant, with a safe, clean, habitable home. If they fail to do that, you can bring an action against them to terminate the lease and seek damages. Whether or not you can build a case from the facts you've given is a separate issue, and it is...Read more »
Well over 30 years ago they gave some of their property to my grandfather who built a basketball court and volleyball court on. They have passed and the new owner says that the basketball court and volleyball court is on his property. Can I do anything about it? Located in Michigan City Indiana... Read more »
If your aunt and uncle subdivided their property and gave that part of their property to your grandfather, for that to be legally binding it would have had to have been recorded with the La Porte County Recorder. If you have any record of this transfer being recorded you could reveal this to the...Read more »
If your name is on the deed, only you can convey your interest in the real estate, unless he were able to get a court order to do so, and only if the order is pursuant to a lawsuit wherein he shows some form of entitlement to do so.
A home being sold from a trust is no different from any other home that is being sold. The burden of who is paying for repairs is between the buyer and the seller and whatever they contract. If the seller agrees to take on the burden of repairs then the seller is obligated to fix the house before...Read more »
My husband and I have been paying on a log home lay-a-way for 15 years with the intention of retiring. Now due to health & monetary issues we cannot build the home. The representative has told us that we can only get a small portion of our money back. Is there anything we can do?
Without a review of the agreement you have in writing with the company and a general lack of specific information on this problem, there's not much information that can be provided here. You should consult with a real estate attorney or an attorney familiar with land contracts to review your...Read more »
Not if the structure will be in compliance with zoning and other laws, and the project is run in compliance with OSHA, environmental, labor, fire & safety, and other codes. Your question remained open for three weeks. Those are some general considerations. You could consult with an Indiana...Read more »
There is no law that requires you to use the services of an attorney to do a transfer on death deed, if that is what you mean, but it would be wise for you to hire an estate planning attorney to understand ALL of your options and the pros and cons of each of them.
Part of your question might have gotten left off in uploading. If you could repost with additional details (do not include personal information), that might enable an Indiana attorney to meaningfully assess the matter. Good luck
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