2 separate families occupying 2 units (3 family home) holdovers from a foreclosure. Former owner moved out of 3rd unit and washed his hands of the property 2 years ago but told tenants as long as they paid the water bill they could stay. Tenants replaced the hot water heater last year and have... Read more »
If that is what the judge orders, that will be the order of the court. Of course, your attorney will have more specific instructions for you to ensure you don't get caught in some procedural trap for the unwary and untrained.
because he caught his wife cheating and does not want her in the apartment anymore, is this correct or should I wait til the lease expired to extend him a month to month under his name only ? any legal problems for the landlord?
We own a timeshare deed for a very expensive water front property with Wyndham. They have priced our maintenance fees into the stratosphere! We now pay more than renting a week there! Its seems they want their deed back! Do we have any rights to the property with a deed that includes: one week, one... Read more »
Caveat emptor ... "maintenance fees into the stratosphere" are not uncommon. There is now an emerging market to resell these "fractional ownership" interest though you will not likely recoup your total investment nor sunk costs. At least you should be able to sell it and stop the maintenance fees...Read more »
Small index size hole in ceiling tile in attic. Roof had been leaking onto ceiling tile and finger went through moistened area of tile. An exorbitant estimate of $1,300 was quoted by a painter to the home owners for repair to tiny hole and painting of entire second floor rooms. They are holding... Read more »
Excellent question to review with your local real estate attorney with the deed in hand describing the condition subsequent and evidence of the breach along with documentation of all incidental and consequential damages including a careful review of all liquidated damages and specific performance...Read more »
My husband has named his children from a former marriage in his will to receive that house. We do not live there. We live in a condo which is in my name only and to which only I have the mortgage. I have no interest in that other house and worry that I, being his wife, will get stuck with the... Read more »
If they receive the house in his will, they will take it as it is, with the mortgage. If you are still nervous, and he agrees, make an appointment to meet with an estate attorney with him to go over the will and the consequences should he predecease you.
My brother will not move from an estate home so it can be sold. The house is deteriorating and he is a hoarder. My other brother and myself want him evicted so the home can be cleaned and sold. Do we have any right to evict?
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