I am not able to pay the mortgage due to waiting for opers benefits and for his family's attorney to get everything put into my name. i need to know what i can do before our house is taken from us. Was planning on paying off mortgage once i received his opers benefits.
Been dealing with mouse infestation since moving in to house in November 2019. Landlord admits to issues x 12 years with pest control and bait stations around the house to keep "in-check" however we continue to catch mice in regular traps and have droppings in drawers and on the floor. I have to... Read more »
Likely, yes. As part of the landlord tenant act, landlords must do the following: (1) Comply with the requirements of all applicable building, housing, health, and safety codes that materially affect health and safety; (2) Make all repairs and do whatever is reasonably necessary to put and keep the...Read more »
We live in Ohio and I’m not sure if I need to make a will and leave my half of these things to her, or if the intestate laws will guarantee she gets full possession of the house and car? I don’t want my family trying to claim half of these items if something happens to me.
My condo association has used scare tactics and harassing tactics to squeeze money out of homeowners. Some have filed bankruptcy not not knowing the management company that has been receiving payments for the last 13 years, has been cancelled by the state. Yet they have still used a law firm to... Read more »
The articles of incorporation are often cancelled for failure to pay annual fees. The corporation can have the articles reinstated and ratify the conduct by a shareholder's meeting. As a shareholder, I believe that every owner is a member of the association, you are entitled to receive the...Read more »
My tenant wants to end the lease early by five months (rent is $1300). I don't have an early lease termination clause but want to work with the tenant. Without me asking, they offered $3500 and forfeiture of their security deposit ($1500) to end the lease early (we would do this in writing).... Read more »
And to find out the neighbor had been plotting this move for over a year after the head of soil and conservation advised neighbor not to block the watercourse THATS been their for 100+ years so the neighbor gets a permit to put in a WMSC and now we are getting all of the pollutions from the... Read more »
Your neighbor cannot alter the course of the natural flow of water onto your property. The permits and zoning do not determine whether he has a right to adversely effect your property. You have rights that should be enforced through a complaint for trespass and request for mandatory injunctive...Read more »
After being given a 3 day notice, landlord can refuse to accept any rent payment, and can proceed to file an eviction. Try to work it out with landlord to avoid having the eviction filed, because that becomes a permanent court record, and can make it difficult for you to rent from a landlord who...Read more »
It depends on how the inspection contingency is written in the sales contract. Try to work it out with the buyer, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the contract and advise you.
It is on a foundation so the title was surrendered in lieu of a deed. The tax dept says its real estate but the appraiser says its a trailer basically which under values it by about $40,000. How or can we change the way they value the house?
Land contract states: "Real estate taxes shall be the responsibility of the Vendee as of the date of the execution of this agreement. Said taxes shall be escrowed and added to the principal and interest payment required hereunder." Vendee has not paid anything toward real estate taxes, although... Read more »
Ohio has a very specific statute for Land Installment Contracts; R.C. Chapter 5313. If the land installment contract has been in effect for less than 5 years or the purchaser has paid less than 20% of the purchase price, you may proceed by giving a notice of forfeiture. This notice places the...Read more »
A person can sign as many leases as they want. They have to pay rent on each one. But if the lease requires them to occupy and not leave it vacant, and they don't occupy it, then the landlord can evict them to terminate the lease.
A corporation is a legal entity which can own real estate, including a condominium unit. The Condominium declaration and by-laws might have restrictions on such ownership. Contact the condominium board of directors, or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the...Read more »
(A) Any security deposit in excess of fifty dollars or one month's periodic rent, whichever is greater, shall bear interest on the excess at the rate of five per cent per annum if the tenant remains in possession of the premises for six months or...Read more »
A court could order the landowner to permit it, as part of a lawsuit to properly establish boundary lines and property ownership. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney to review the facts and advise you.
If there is a legal dispute, a lawsuit over the matter, the court may order both land owners to have their properties surveyed. Absent a legal dispute, a neighboring landowner has no right to order you to survey your land.
The estate would be liable to pay real estate taxes. If the property has no value, and he had no other assets to transfer, you have no obligation to file with the probate court, and have no liability to pay the taxes. Eventually, the house would go to tax foreclosure sale. Use the Find a Lawyer...Read more »
Nobody automatically does anything to transfer a house when a person dies. If the person who died had a will, then the person named as the executor should file it with the probate court. If no will, then a family member can file with the probate court to be the administrator of the estate. If...Read more »
Village wants to use a grant to tear it down for safety reasons. His kids will still own the property. Tried contacting the oldest and they don’t want nothing to do with it. Can I as a brother do anything.
No, if they own the property then it is their property to dispose of. If they're truly not interested in doing anything with it, they might be willing to deed it to you and then you can take care of it. The backed taxes will follow the property, however.
My husband to be was battling a DV case for about a year, he has now Been found not guilty. His ex has been living in his house the entire time while he has been paying the bills of course. The house is solely in his name, the deed and the mortgage. How do we get her out, we keep asking his lawyer... Read more »
Yes. Under ORC 5321.04 (A)(1) and (3) a landlord must (1) Comply with the requirements of all applicable building, housing, health, and safety codes that materially affect health and safety and (3) Keep all common areas of the premises in a safe and sanitary condition.
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