You did not give the exact granting clause. But I assume both of you are Tenants In Common of One/Half Undivided Interests each. Have a lawyer, even in OH look at the Deed and tell you what it says. If T in C then the 1/2 Interests go to the respective Decedents' Heirs or Devisees. Other...Read more »
my bank who has the mortgage said I could add her to the title as opposed to having her go through the loan qualifications. she has a good paying job and can handle the payments.I'm wanting to do this for when I pass on and I don't want her to have to find a place to live and as long as... Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to draft a Quit Claim Deed with you and your wife retaining a Joint Life Estate for your Natural Lives, then Vested Remainder over to your Daughter. Do not draft this Deed yourself.
My neighbor, who also owned owned the home in the past, put a no trespassing sign on the door the day I purchased. The building sits extremely close to the property line if not splitting it. I had the tax record pulled and the building has been on the tax record for my lot since the house was built... Read more »
If the neighbor has cut the power, and put up a no trespassing sign- if you intend to maintain a claim to the building (and the property it is on- you will likely need to hire an attorney to pursue your interests. Boundary disputes are tough. If the building was erected by the owner to your...Read more »
I have tried to rent a home from 3 different rental MGMT companies and was refused because I draw unemployment right now. All of them said I had to have a job or be employeed and could be verified. Why will they rent to someone that draws disability that is verifiable, and they do not have a job,... Read more »
I'm sorry for your frustrating ordeal. Your post remains open for three weeks, and at this point, you could try reaching out to Tennessee landlord-tenant attorneys. From a practical standpoint, L-T attorneys would probably have the best insight into your situation among all the practice areas...Read more »
Her new mobile home on said property in 2010. This property has 2 separate lots for 2 separate homes with electric at both locations but only water for main dwelling. In 2011 I purchased a mobile home and placed it on my 2nd lot & negotiated the same terms for family that my dad set which was... Read more »
I assume you filed a Detainer Warrant, which the Defendant is appealing de novo to Circuit. With this he will need to post a Bond, which you need to argue the amount of. His paying taxes may allow him to claim it, but that number of years does not give him a presumption of ownership. Adverse...Read more »
My business plan was to buy old mobile homes in parks and repair them. After repairs, sell to individuals with sound credit, housing record, and employment on terms for 3-5 years with no interest and no early-payoff penalties.
Im serving three purposes: I'm cleaning up mobile home... Read more »
Your business plan will require alot of work, and will incur significant risks. Do not buy any mobile home that does not have a certificate of title that goes with the serial number on the home. Then you will need a financing statement and note for each sale. Then you must record the lien...Read more »
I am unaware of any law that states property restrictions automatically expire after 20 years. The realtor may be correct about the specific provision s/he was discussing. In general they have no expiration period and continue to run with the land. If you have specific property law questions, I...Read more »
Assuming the Trust is conveying out: the Declaration of Trust; the Deed from all interested Parties in the Trust as Grantors must include the Settlor, Trustee, possibly the Successor Trustee, all Beneficiaries, all contingent Beneficiaries, and if any Party is a minor or incompetent, a Court...Read more »
We were not evicted. We have an open courts case over domestic violence and made to leave our residence until court due to restraining order. Our roommate went into our apartment and removed all our belongings and thrown in garage. He also had my vehicle towed to the impound lot. What can I do... Read more »
Unless there are millions of dollars involved, no tax consequences need to be worried about. Mom should execute a deed retaining a life estate, with the remainder going to the Daughter at the grantor's death. Hire a competent attorney to draft it. Do not inform the mortgagee.
Read your Contract Of Sale verbatim. It probably requires merchantable title, and if the Easement is overly burdensome, it might be an excuse. Since you know about it now, it has been disclosed. Hire a competent attorney today to advise you on risks. The seller might even be able to destroy...Read more »
Generally Intestate Succession involves the surviving spouse if there is one, then to the issue surviving or their surviving issue. If none of that applies it goes up to the parent and grandparents, then branches out maternally and paternally. Unfortunately your question makes no sense. But...Read more »
You need a competent attorney to examine your situation about whether Probate of the Will is necessary. If so, it will be a minimal fifteen months for the Probate to close properly. If no Probate, an Affidavit of Heirship will be the recorded source of title for you Children. If the purchaser...Read more »
That is a Tort issue, not Real Property. But you give no facts, yet a Plaintiff's lawyer will definitely sue each and every interested party in a personal injury case. Even in a real estate disclosure case, all grantors will be sued for misrepresentation, even if no written statements from...Read more »
There is no identifiable property interest in the monuments. However it is a crime to destroy the monument. Obviously a marked corner is common to other properties. It constitutes a common corner to all affected properties., but is subject to being moved by a Court Decree.
I am sure there are attorneys that may be able to help you/your fiancé with this legal issue. What you are describing here could be a case in which a partition action is the best legal option. In a partition, a court orders the sell of a jointly owned property and divides the proceeds among those...Read more »
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