as part of the consideration of this sale, the contract between the parties is by reference incorporated herein and made a part hereof; the terms and conditions contained herein shall survive the closing and shall not merge upon the delivery of the warranty deed.
Informed seller that we didnt want any tenants and notified realtors also. They are abligating to sign but the property is not available to move in. Seller will not amend this and will be incommunicado for 4 -6 weeks. We need to know what we can do.
Read your Contract verbatim. It may be worth the risk to walk away from it. Or you may want to purchase then file a Detainer Warrant. Consult with a competent attorney. The Grantee takes subject to the right of possession of the occupant, which may be a breach of warranty by the Grantor. But...Read more »
You can try to get the Sheriff to get a Warrant, but it is doubtful. Put together proof of payment, the Contract, and the actual owner's Deed. More than likely You are left with suing your contracting party for breach of contract, fraud, and any other appropriate causes of action. Hire a...Read more »
I have a contract for deed from someone who is buying property on a contract for deed already from someone else. Meaning the person who I pay is not the deeded owner and they do not have their contract for deed recorded. Is this legal in Tennessee? Can someone who is not the deeded property owner... Read more »
If the insurer had agreed to pay for your work as opposed to the insured then the insurer may be liable. If your contract/ agreement is with the insured- and the insurer is supposed to pay the insured- then your customer may have to pursue the insurer and your remedy may be against your customer-...Read more »
They did not allow me to obtain my license. This was 2011. What do I need to do to obtain my legal license for piercing? I do not want to go through an apprenticeship again since I still hold the knowledge. Hope you can help!
Sometimes people can remember verbal agreements differently -
If you signed a lease on the front end, it would be best to clearly set out in a writing how the lease ends as to you. This would include your roommate -as you don't want either making a claim against you later.
The term "as is" really relates to whether the seller is making any warranties or representations- not what is staying o going at the property. This really comes down to whether there is a paragraph in the contract that speaks to what is staying or not. A washer and dryer would...Read more »
If a contractor has done shoddy work and has not yet finished the job or fixed the issues - Can I bring them to small claims court? How long do I have to do so? Can I seek a refund on monies already paid? They have stopped returning my calls. They are also way past when they promised the work would... Read more »
Yes. You can file a claim in Tennessee's version of small claims court- called General Sessions Court. You would feel out a pleading called a Warrant. You can also report the contractor to the state licensing board.
You may have to sue the dealer for breach of contract. The dealer may not have owned the car in the first place. You probably cannot apply for the lost title either. If a used car dealer, you may be able to make a claim with the State Regulatory Agency against their Bond.
There is a clause in our 3 year lease that’s titled “Vacating Upon Termination” and it states “Tenant agrees upon expiration of the term of this lease or upon early termination of the lease for any cause tenant will at once peacefully surrender the leased premises etc.” My question is if... Read more »
The answer will depend on the language of your lease. If you have a three year lease- without any provision related to termination prior to this then you have a 3 year lease. The language you provided doesn't sound like enough to allow for an early termination.
This is one of those - but is it the right thing to do -questions. You contacted an agency - they supplied a person and now you want to hire directly because they either forgot or trusted you as to being able to communicate information - I anticipate you likely know what the fee is as well. I...Read more »
Did you sign the Deed? Hopefully not without being paid. Noone completes a real estate transfer without receiving some type of certified funds in hand. Wire Transfers are asking for a ripoff. Did anyone tell you that the funds were sent when they had not? You probably were talked into using...Read more »
Paying the bills does not give you an automatic right to more proceeds. You could file a Partition Action and ask the Chancellor for reimbursements, and you might get it out of the gross proceeds before net distribution. However you should ask for an agreement in writing first and put that in...Read more »
I Entered into a lease for nine months in an apartment in Chattanooga Tennessee back in November. After having many issues unresolved (including excessive pet waste, litter, and non-residents jumping a fence and entering the complex and wandering around) we decided to leave, providing 60 days... Read more »
The terms of your lease will ultimately control the situation - in my opinion and without the benefit of reviewing the lease. Yes, it is true that in large counties the Tennessee Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act applies. But the courts are not permitted to blue-pencil leases/contracts in all...Read more »
My boyfriend's car has expired tags and they just a notice on it today that it will be towed. I searched through the lease agreement and I cannot find any information regarding a vehicle with expired tags. It only states they can tow if the vehicle is parked illegally like if it's in a... Read more »
Thank you for your question. Absent more information, I cannot give a definitive answer. However, many apartment leases include a "disabled vehicle" clause. This clause usually states that the apartment reserves the right to tow vehicles that they believe to be disabled or an eyesore (due...Read more »
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