Anthony Marvin Avery's answer Not sure of your question. But if there are several acres, then you can easily deed undivided interests as tenants in common to your next of kin, or you may be able to actually divide it up into separate tracts which you deed to individual relatives. The important thing is that property taxes must be paid, and transfer and/or gift taxes can be burdensome. Life Estate/Remainder Deeds may be very helpful here. Certain family members can handle farming/timber contracts for the rest of the...
Bennett James Wills' answer You have 30 days from the entry of the judgment. Most orders contain some indication or a stamp that says "Entered on XXX date." That date starts your time. If you are not sure of the date, call the clerk's office.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer I would put together any paperwork or charges that resulted from these apprehensions. Then seek out a competent Civil Rights Attorney. Without an Arrest, your case for Damages is not good, but it does make it more likely you will win a Government Tort Liability Act suit. After filing suit , you might discover his Incident Reports or the Dispatcher's Logs.
If you have less than a perfect record, it may not be worth pursuing. Act fast as only a year to file is allowed.
Gregory Edward Glass' answer You may file an appeal from General Sessions Court to Circuit Court as long as the appeal is filed within ten (10) days of the entry of the judgment or disposition of the case.
If there was a "bond'- it would be described in the court filings: someone would sign as a "principal" and a second person would sign as a "surety." They probably were not required to actually pay or deposit a fixed sum of cash, their signature just makes them responsible for the court costs. Recovery of damages for the wrongful eviction will likely require a new,...
Kimberly K. Schreiber's answer Do you have a Permanent Parenting Plan? If so, you can file a Petition for Contempt if she is not letting you see the child. Please remember to keep paying your child support even when you are not seeing the child as that is a separate matter.
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