my daughter moved out a month early (agreed upon with landlord). she had a verbal agreement with roommates to share utilities. the former roommates were notified of their share of the utilities for the last month they all lived together but are not responding. can my daughter sue in small claims... Read more »
Yes. The best evidence of that oral agreement would be where they each shared the utilities the previous months that they lived together.If she can prove those utility payments were shared jointly then her testimony of an oral agreement would have more persuasive affect before the Court in case her...Read more »
Fathers estate has 3 people that are not on mothers. When mother passes there will questions regarding the property and whonis goes to. Only myself and sster are on both estates. Father only payed 18 months or mortgage before divorcing mother and died owing substantial childsupport. Would court... Read more »
I would say that you need the services of an experienced family law practitioner licensed in the State of Oklahoma. That person should be able to handle most (if not all) of the issues that you're experiencing now.
If the property was owned in mother's name alone, this will require a probate. Since there was no Will, it would pass according to intestacy statutes. If she was single and you are the only heir, this should qualify for a summary probate. If she was married and/or had additional heirs, then the...Read more »
Since your not on the lease, you had no legal right to be on the property thus have no legal standing to avail yourself of the Courts for any type possession of the premises. You should contact the owner of the property and ask permission to be able to go onto the property to clean out the premises...Read more »
If you and your siblings are all listed on the deed as joint owners, you would have an undivided one-fifth interest in the property. If a judgment is rendered against you and filed of record in the County Clerk's office, upon sale of the property, if within the statute that judgments are still...Read more »
Pipe runs straight down property line with 25' just for access easements on each side. Now there is going to be a turn on to my property about 3 to 4 feet in towards my property from NW corner. This will change easement agreement, pushing into my property. I was never notified and they are on my... Read more »
If I understand your question and facts, your stating that the new pipe line will be on your property outside of the established easement which would require your consent otherwise you would be entitled to some compensation or a removal of the pipe line back within the easement already established....Read more »
A deed must be prepared wherein the sellers of the property deed the property over to the new buyer. The note and mortgage that was paid off will have a release of mortgage generated from the lending institution that must be filed of record in the County Clerks office in the county where the...Read more »
In Oklahoma, a real property, even if owned by a person who is married which was owned prior to marriage by one spouse or purchased after marriage but listed only in one spouses name, requires both spouses signatures on the deed conveying the property to another person to be valid. During a...Read more »
Yes, this can be charged as aggravated trafficking depending on whether you are in federal court or state court. The prosecutor's office decides what crime will be charged against you. You need to hire an experienced defense attorney immediately.
Two hotels on George Nigh expressway in McAlester. One is called Hi-way Inn Express, 1217 S George Nigh and the other is Super 8 motel, 1204 S George Nigh. Google maps indicates that the Super 8 is "permanently closed", but it is obviously not closed.
You can go the County Clerks office and look up the owner of the land that the motel is situated upon. If it is a corporation, then you would check with the Secretary of State of Oklahoma under that corporations name to see who the registered service agent of the corporation is and contact them.
I want to take house due to non payment. Can i?? Will judge grant right of entry or to sign deed over due to non payment. He is renting house out and lives in Texas. If not I will foreclose on my lien which I know I can. All filings are in Oklahoma.
Parents didn't give permission for anything listed in the minors name to be conveyed or sold. Grandparents listed themselves as custodians. Conveyed everything to themselves from the children.Grandchildren never received anything on the oil and gas revenues.
I didn't know the property statue until I purchase my current property in Dec 2016. It was up for tax sale and the bank bail it out (May 2018) I try to sell it and the bank quoted $170,000 over the original loan of $125,000. So I went out in July 2018, fixed up the property and now rented it out... Read more »
a park model mobile home to put on that property. I will have a mortgage on that property. I would like to will the land and home to my niece free and clear. Is there some type of mortgage insurance I could purchase. what would you suggest?
Under normal circumstances--if the purchase and sales agreement does not prohibit transfers, and if the transfer itself does not violate any law, the buyer can assign the contract to an investor. CAVEAT: If you are searching for some way to avoid having to get a license to buy and sell real estate...Read more »
I was served a 10 day notice to quit on a property that I have a purchase agreement on through the owner. He is trying to push me off the land as he recently obtained a permit to grow medical marijuana. I have receipts and proof all payments are current.. I have been paying extra for the taxes and... Read more »
My husband father and aunt inherited several acre of undeveloped land several years ago . The aunt stated years ago that she will not sell it to any of the grandchildren because her child couldn't afford it. My father-in-law doesn't care who buy it. They now have it listed with an realtor. My... Read more »
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