I offered my brother to pay off the loan to my ex-partner $74,000.00 for the part that he owned in the house (30%) so that one day he could receive the benefit of my investment of $ 150,000.00 in cash. My brother accepted the offer, a contract with a lifetime guarantee. At the closing of the... Read more »
This can be done if handled properly by the landlord or his management company. Your documents should be reviewed by an attorney. They may consist of an offer that is binding upon your acceptance. Or they may contain language that provides the proposal is not binding upon the landlord until...Read more »
My husband and I bought a house with his brother. We want to sell the house, but his brother doesn't agree. He has a compulsive hoarding problem and his part of the housing is in extremely poor condition. He does not participate in any way in the maintenance of the property. How could we... Read more »
If you did not get a Deed to land, then you did not own it. Rent to Own is a Lease with Option to Purchase, which may never happen or have to be sued upon to enforce. You may have a Breach of Contract Action against the Seller, so contact a competent MS attorney. But the seller may evict you...Read more »
I have been in thus apartment for over 2 years. Never knowing that the sublet was illegal. Today both the landlord and the property management company told me 8 have 2 days to get vacate the premises or legal action will be taken.
Remain where you are until you receive a Court oder or a Board of Health requirement to vacate. There is no self help in NJ. The Landlord must file an appropriate action after complying with statutory requirements.
The house was owned by my Father and two uncles one uncle died My father died weeks later and my other uncle died a clouple months after the house was left to just My brother do I have any rights to this property
Did the Brother get a Deed or Will Devise? If not then he only has a 1/6 or 1/2 ownership with you, depending on Father/Uncles' Title. Hire a competent attorney to search the title and determine Heirship. A Partition Sale may be necessary.
Hire an attorney immediately. Acquiescence and Adverse Possession are very real. You will probably need a survey, a very well written demand letter from your attorney, and possibly have to prosecute an expensive, difficult Quiet Title or similar Action.
You might own the fee or you may only own one/half with the Brother's Heirs. Hire a competent NH attorney to search the Title, determine Heirship if needed, and sell it. Depending on the Title it may be yours to sell, or with all owners' permission. Or it may require an action for a...Read more »
I found the online paperwork for when my mom bought the property. There is language on there talking about the mineral rights but it is a bit confusing. I need help understanding what that says. I think that will help us know if we own the rights or not, but I know it can be tricky. Is there a way... Read more »
Whether or not you own the mineral rights depends not just on the language of your mother's deed, but by the history of the mineral ownership as shown in the county deed records. The only way to determine if your mother received mineral rights when she bought the property is to have a mineral...Read more »
Our mom passed a year ago and had no creditors to pay. Her home is paid off and we (6 children) are deciding to quit claim deed the house over to only one of her children. Is there a type of deed that will guarantee that the property can be reclaimed by the remaining 5 if the 1 grantee defaults in... Read more »
My father is from PR and bought land for $36k. I have two sisters but he has decided to sell the land to me for $20k. Will this be a legal transaction as I know PR has some different laws when it comes to family and property rights
Unless an economically valid reason is declared in the sales deed, the sales transaction will probably be seen by the Puerto Rico Public Registry as a simulated donation, given that your father is selling you the property below value. The transaction may be rejected by the Public Registry for...Read more »
My daughter, her husband and their three children live in Nevada, and they made an offer on a home In Missouri. The seller accepted the offer and escrow is scheduled to close in mid-January. They got hit with huge medical bill for their son, and they no longer have the down payment. They advised... Read more »
The buyers should have a Missouri attorney review the contract right away. There may be unexpired contingencies that would provide a proper basis to terminate the contract. For example, financing and inspection contingencies.
If the buyers breach the contract the sellers can sued for...Read more »
There are various ways. The most straight forward is a Partition Action, for which you need to hire a competent attorney. But first you need an attorney to perform a title search and then look for the other owner or his possible heirs. Publication Notice and a Guardian Ad Litem might apply...Read more »
In Washington State, the initial served pleadings generally are not required to be filed or to include attachments. You should consult with an attorney if you have been served as there are important deadlines you should be aware of in order to prevent a default.
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