HOA has never once had a meeting or vote, however, treasurer owns 13/20 homes in the HOA, and has been "voting" by himself, winning by majority. I am selling my home and told of an 9200 assessment due to depletion of funds and to pay off a loan they took out without notifying homeowners.... Read more »
Without more information on the location of your property, if you have any agreements on whose responsibility it is to maintain the bushes, where the bushes are located, if you have any or need any easements, it is hard to say what your next step could be. However, if you have not spoken with a...Read more »
Executing a Deed to her takes effect now, even if it is a vested Remainder taking possession at your death. Wills must be Probated for the Will to have any effect, which also attracts other relatives and creditors.
Short answer is maybe, because without more facts it is difficult to answer your question. It would be important what your former landlord is alleging that you owe them, if you were evicted from the property and a judgment was entered against you which creates a lien, if an accounting statement was...Read more »
It depends on the violation of the lease agreement. Under Oregon Law certain violations allow the tenant 14 days to cure the violation and if the violation is not cured by the deadline stated within the Notice to Cure, the tenant's tenancy will be terminated within 30 days of the notice being...Read more »
I had a couple questions about landlord responsibilities on maintaining the outside trees, June 10th 2022 around 7:00pm a huge tree branch broke off onto the road. I was driving on that road and struck the branch ( it fell down in front of my car It happened within 2-3 seconds ) residents of that... Read more »
To safely answer the question, I would need to see the underlying lease agreement and contract with the HOA and consider the contractual issues along with the statutes under ORS 90 or ORS 91 depending on the type of tenant is involved. The contract may require the HOA maintain the trees. There...Read more »
We have both resided on the same property for 3 years. I recently bought it and she was supposed to leave for New Mexico. Our purchase agreement says property will be delivered at funding. Now she has had all of the money for almost 6 weeks and has only packed a few boxes and there is trash... Read more »
If your son is trespassing on the property, you should call your local police department. However, you may need to consult a local landlord tenant or real property attorney to assist with ejectment. It sounds like you do not have a lease agreement with you, but there are a lot of facts that could...Read more »
There are a lot of facts that could change the answer to your question such as if the fence is on your property or your neighbors, do you and your neighbor have an easement agreement, and/or your properties apart of an HOA committee. You should contact a local real estate firm to discuss your...Read more »
I, as one of the two beneficiaries of the private trust wishes to remove/replace crooked trustee from Klamath county records, as he refused to give me customized contents of the private trust, that he created rendered Foul Play. Title co. informed me there are 4 other uninsured deeds recorded... Read more »
It was during the holidays and we were forced to put a hotel on and meals on our credit card. Recently the insurance company agreed to pay for all but 20 dollars a day for our meal expenses. The entire situation really put us in a bad spot and now the insurance company for the construction company... Read more »
If you have not contacted your landlord about reimbursement of the unpaid bills you can contact them as the landlord's insurance should pay for those as well. Additionally, as you are a renter you can contact a local landlord tenant attorney for advice on how to handle the request for...Read more »
The (down payment) proceeds we're transferred into a living trust but a promissory note for the balance was not transferred into the living trust before our Fathe passed. This promissory note was held by our Father alone (did not include his surviving spouse) and represents a lean on our real... Read more »
It's possible that your father assigned his interest in the promissory note to his Trust before he died. If not then it's too late to transfer it into the Trust - the balance of the promissory note will need to be probated. I recommend you consult with a probate attorney who can look at...Read more »
My Grandparents are kind people and have housed a family friend for the past several years. She has convinced them that when they die she should get their house and the estate for nothing. She has evidently written up a contract that no one else in the family is allowed to see. The impression we... Read more »
Without knowing more facts about the property, what your share of the property, and the terms of the agreement that you and the other owners entered into, it is unlikely. If you not have had a real estate attorney review the contract, agreement, you have with the other owners you should do so...Read more »
We are purchasing a home in Oregon. Seller wishes to remain in possession for 7 days after closing. Both parties have signed an Oregon standard "Agreement to Occupy after Closing " addendum, which requires that the seller provide renter's insurance naming the buyer as an... Read more »
You should contact a real estate attorney to have them review the document that was signed as there could be additional facts or language of the document which could affect the analysis of your question.
My landlord gave me a no-cause eviction because he plans to sell the house. He paid the relocation fees as well. I have found a new house, but it is not available until 1 week after the termination date. He is pretty insistent that I need to be on the specified date. It would not be easy for me to... Read more »
In the end, as always, it would be up to the Judge. I know of no prior court decisions to guide, let alone control, a Judge's decision on this matter. That said, if I represented a tenant, I would argue that the payment was mandated to help provide funds for a tenant to move and they did. The...Read more »
I rent a bedroom in his 2 br house. He lives in the basement. He's constantly coming upstairs to make himself food or to let his friends crash on the couch in my livingroom. Now he's trying to tell me when im allowed to leave and when I can't. Hes been difficult with me all suddenly... Read more »
It depends a bit upon exactly what you rent. IF you do indeed just rent a bedroom and have rights to use the rest of the common areas (kitchen, living room, etc.), then he has as much right as you to have friends stay on the couch (you can have your friends stay as well - and see how he feels...Read more »
You will have to hire a competent OR attorney who engages in real property litigation. Your argument is that the boundary has long been acquiesced by all adjoining landowners for a long time. The suit will be a boundary dispute, which is basically a declaratory judgment action. You will need...Read more »
When an unmarried couple separates, Oregon courts attempt to determine the parties’ intent when deciding whether and how to divide property acquired during the relationship. The key inquiry is whether the parties intended to “pool their resources for their common benefit.”
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