Are you wanting to enforce the agreement? If so, it will be difficult. If not, it is doubtful anyone will try to enforce it. Statute of Frauds may prevent it, and I doubt a tender was made on a date certain.
My son in law stole from a company and lied to us about where it came from. I had ask him to remove it from my home and have proof. He brought the police here and they ask to search I gave permission and the detective gave me his word he would not put charges on me. He also said he would return my... Read more »
Neighbor claims they saw me drive. The police did not see me , video me ,or have any proof . They got me to give a drunken admission. Is this legal on my private property. Do I have any leg to stand on?
Apparently you have already confessed to driving. So a strong DUI charge has been made. A good lawyer may find other problems though, which is his job. Prepare for a thorough Preliminary Hearing, and stay out of trouble.
Not necessarily as you would have probably been arrested on a capias. But the communications obtained are fixing to be used at a trial or hearing. You may wish to hire an attorney to consult now, as your conduct may have been criminal and suppression motions need to be considered. Do not talk...Read more »
He has asthma and was trying to make a doctors appointment to see if he needed to be back on profile. And one of his seargent said no one is getting back on profile. Basically saying he can't make a doctors appointment. One of them while smoking him said I hope you have an asthma attack.
If he is in the Military, then he volunteered to take orders and train, including fighting if necessary. The Army is not that tough these days so I am sure it is not that bad. UCMJ applies, not TN/Federal law.
Not sure of your question. Anyone can be the payee on a Note secured by a Deed of Trust. It appears that you may need the services of a competent TN attorney that will put it all together. You need an attorney that will represent you.
Apparently you already received a Misdemeanor Citation, or you would be in jail. The 43 over is 8 points added to your your MVR. 3 more points in a year and you lose your TNDL. Go to Court in a respectful manner with cash to pay the Court. Some type of Diversion or a lesser speed plea might...Read more »
I have to give a 90 day notice of quitting, but my new job says they need me to start 3/1/22 and that’s a hard line. I wouldn’t be out of this current job until mid April if I give the full 90 days. There is someone who could take over for my position, but it means the main boss wouldn’t get... Read more »
Tennessee is an at-will state. This means that employees are allowed to leave their employment at any time without a reason, or in other words, this means that there are no federal or state laws that require an employee to give notice to his or her employer before quitting, subject to a few...Read more »
You will not be able to check everywhere and at any time. But you can call each Court and ask the Clerk to see if were a party in a suit there. Your name may be a problem, so you may want to ask about one or more names. Start with the County where you live and call General Sessions. Later...Read more »
There was a lien filed against my survivorship interest in my Tenancy By The Entirety held home (with my spouse) over a judgment against only me. If we sell our home, does the survivorship interest lien go away since no one “died”, or does it have to be paid to clear the title even though it... Read more »
My mother has a home that I know she wanted to leave with me becaused we've discussed it. I had a brother who passed away recently after my mother. My brother and I were in the process for me to have full ownership of the home because he was ill and residing in a nursing home and did not want... Read more »
You have not stated what the title is. But it may result in you and the Son being tenants in common. If so, you may wish to have a lawyer draft a Deed with a proper derivation of title clause, and try to buy him out. Remember taxes, insurance and note payments must be made, or a foreclosure...Read more »
Mom has a will listing me as the Executor and me an my sister as the beneficiaries. She rents a small condo and her only debts are the monthly rent and utilities. Her bank account is joint account with with me. Her only assets are the personal property in the home (furnishings, kitchen ware,... Read more »
That does not sound like a TNDL. You may wish to read the Citation verbatim, possibly with a magnifying glass. Then call the Court that it is before and ask. Otherwise hire an attorney to figure out what is going on. It may not be a Citation but a Notice of Suspension from DOS due to an...Read more »
After doing Title Search, there is no heirs and the only person's name on the deed is deceased. Is the property unable to be sold until the estate of the deceased owner goes through probate? What are my options in order to purchase property?
You will need to hire an attorney to search the Title and determine Heirship. It may not be easy. A Tax Sale may be another way to obtain the tract. But again you will need a good lawyer. You are not going to be able to do this yourself.
Property in TN, both owners on the Deed are deceased. I was able to get in touch with Daughter (lives in KY) of the deceased. I want to purchase property from Daughter, will a Quit Claim Deed or Warranty Deed be needed? Or what is needed to purchase property from Daughter?
Hire a competent attorney to search the title, determine heirship and prepare a Deed. Warranty Deed can be used, but do you plan on suing the Seller? She might not want to give four covenants of title to property she has not had possession of. QCD is more likely her choice of conveyance.
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