In Pennsylvania a judgment lasts forever until it is paid. However, it constitutes a lien only for five years, unless it is renewed. Thus, if this judgment was not renewed, the judgment remains, but it does not constitute a lien unless and until it were to be renewed.
The Decedent's heirs at law own the property. After the tax sale, possession can be taken from you. The heirs will probably have a small time period to redeem from the tax sale purchaser. Hire a competent PA attorney to advise you who the heirs are, how to put together enough money...Read more »
Check your court paperwork, and if the judge's office told you that you were able to, you should certainly take advantage of that option. Without more information, it is difficult to speak to your specific situation, but at least in general there is a CDC issued stay on evictions for...Read more »
I'm in Pennsylvania. My mother has a will saying I get everything she has and I'm also entitled to a 5th of a property being sold that she was part owner in. Must I open an estate in her name to get the 5th of the profit for the second property (the one being sold)? Or should the estate... Read more »
Your question can't be adequately answered in s Q&A forum such as this, where no documents or correspondence can be reviewed. I think you should hire an attorney who practices in the county where the property is located and is experienced in litigation and real property law. If you...Read more »
you will have to look at the Deed. "Joint tenancy" can be either Joint tenants with the right of survivorship (in which case the survivor of the two joint tenants owns 100% of the property) or tenants in common (in which case your aunt can state in her Will who inherits her 1/2 of the property)
I'm the plaintiff in a current case against a municipality, the judge and the nuetral evaluator have suggested that I find a contingency lawyer as I have a strong case. We are currently in the process of filing depositions. Held in the Western District state of PA
A Pennsylvania attorney could best guide you, but your question remains open for four weeks. You could use the Find-a-Lawyer tab above to find someone, or you could search online independently. Good luck
amount of money to be paid back to them. We plan on moving them out within a few days to a better place. There is an occupancy agreement involved. The agreement states that they need to notify the owner of their plans on moving. And owner will have to pay them back within a year from the notice... Read more »
I live in a studio apt that is noisy at late hours and constantly has an overabundance of pungent weed smells going around. I am having health issues and this is not helping. I get dizzy and lightheaded from the smells and it states in the lease that there is no smoking allowed. I have complained... Read more »
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could try reposting in the Landlord-Tenant Law section. There's no guarantee that all questions are picked up, but under Landlord-Tenant questions, your post would have better chances. Good luck...Read more »
She cannot deed you the home now. About the only thing you can do is file an Affidavit which tells of her deed ownership and death. You did not state what the granting clause says, as you may be a tenant in common, the surviving tenant, etc. Hire an attorney to determine the present title.
if one can’t do it The other one step in ,but she has not in rolled our name in city hall ,she was to write our name as owner of the house,should I step in .she move in and didn’t let no one know and change all the lock what should I do.please help me
If you and your sister are the Executors, that means that your mom had a Will and that the Will was probated (that means, filed with the Register of Wills). If so, that means that an estate has been opened. Did you not have a lawyer to do that? You certainly should have had a lawyer. Clearly,...Read more »
My husband (soon ex) and I built a house together 3 years ago. Due to criminal charges and domestic he was evicted from the home and I live here with our children. We are both on the deed as well as his father (who helped us) but I am not on the home loan, just my husband and his father. I just got... Read more »
That agreement is only a executory contract which has not been executed. Land is usually transferred by Deed or Heirship. Have a competent lawyer draft a Deed for the sellers to execute. But get a title search first so you know who the owners are and can construct meaningful derivation of...Read more »
Purchased a home in Pa came back with clean title with no easement for shared driveway the new owner of the house next door came over and told me that it is a shared driveway and I told her no that I own it now she want to file an easement to use my driveway what can I do to stop them from using it
It was brought to my attention that one of the previous board members who has now been re-elected for another term was in fact in violation of our rules and regulations prior to the nomination period being closed, which would be a direct contradiction of the amendments that they (previous board)... Read more »
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