It is very possible to sue the Seller for a false Tennessee Residential Real Estate Disclosure. But you must have some damages and file within a year (I believe). Even then you need to think about whether you can collect. It helps if the realtor also signed it.
My wife just passed away from cancer, was on Medicare A & B plus Plan G thru Mut. of Oma. I started receiving bills for well over $ 100,000.00 even before she died. Her will has left me all her property, House and nearly 6 acres. I haven't gotten a death cert. yet and was wondering if... Read more »
Medical Providers will have to get a Judgment prior to a Lien except on a related personal injury/wrongful death suit. The will has no effect without probate, and probate would not be a good idea. But creditors can file probate too, and it would be for their benefit. You need a competent...Read more »
This land has always been a farm, but now is 53 acres with smaller subdivided lots adjoining. The restrictions said no other activity and the current 53 acre owner and the owner who split the lots originally are the only ones who signed the corrected deed to include agriculture.
In doing this the lines to my septic and water (city line) were paved over. The property adjacent to the paved road is property 40 acres that is for sale by family of deceased owner. A contractor made offer and said it was contingent on moving my septic and lines . The contractor wanting to double... Read more »
What is it that you want to do?...And the contractor can not make you pay for what is probably a road widening approved by the County Commission. In fact there have probably been two or three County Commission Meetings already on this subdivision development. Why did you not attend and voice...Read more »
I'm trying to buy a home in foreclosure from daughter(executor)from Will of a deceased 5 years prior. The deed and mortgage is still in the mothers name. They have a Will that states the daughter is executor and is authorized to sell real estate of her estate without an Order of the Probate... Read more »
You are right to be scared. Do not do this without the assistance of an attorney. In addition, do not do this without the assurance of title insurance. An attorney or a title insurance company can tell you what steps will be required in order for you to obtain clear title in your particular case.
He could easily have a $ 25K or more Homstead Exemption. It may be titled as a Tenancy By The Entirety, or a Tenancy In Common or even a LIfe Estate/ Remainder. It could have a Deed of Trust against it, or there maybe several Judgment Liens ahead of your potential Lien. Hire a competent...Read more »
It is not a legal requirement. But if you want that outfit to loan you money, then you have to abide by their rules. You apparently are the fee simple owner, but they probably want the husband own the title, and most certainly the Deed of Trust, to expedite a potential Foreclosure due to...Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to perform a title search, then draft, execute and record an Affidavit of Heirship. That will be your source of Title, then you are able to execute a deed as the grantor, with the Affidavit shown in the Derivation of Title Clause.
Hire a competent attorney to perform a title search, then draft, execute and record an Affidavit of Heirship. If there are Liens, then they must be addressed, or you might not own the real property very long. Any money owed would be against the property, not you personally.
He left for a work trip at the start of the month and while he was gone, I finally decided to leave him. He comes back Saturday, but I don't want him in my house unless I'm here and I want my house key. He is on the lease, and he is planning to pack his stuff and leave, but wants to do it... Read more »
You would have to secure a court order preventing him from entering a premises for which he has a lease. I suggest you quickly consult with an experienced local family law attorney to get the best options for your particular case.
You probably will have to sue his Estate, if there is one. There is probably a large problem here. There is also a Real Estate Education Trust Fund to notify upon institution of Suit. You cannot sue the Insurance Co. directly.
We placed a mechanics lien on a property but they were able to sell it. The title company placed a bond to discharge lien but with a condition that if the ruling was in our favor. The contractor and owner under which the building permit was filed under and we got our permit. That the they will have... Read more »
If you do not file suit to execute your m & m lien within a short period of time, you lose it. Hire a competent attorney now to see if you can execute it. If you still have a lien, it is against the property, not any of the owners.
My wife and I found a condo we wanted to purchase before signing a buyer agreement with an agency. After we signed and submitted an offer, we discovered that our agent sent two consecutive offers that had incorrect terms on them, including one that would have required us to place an 80% down... Read more »
You should not be signing offers without reading them. You might hire an agent to represent you, but you need to be very careful about looking for properties in the first place. It would be wise to hire an attorney to continually assist you, and check out prospective properties prior to you...Read more »
There are many ways of conveying improved real property to a son. I recommend hiring a competent attorney: to perform a title search including looking at the legal description; drafting a quit claim deed (since I doubt he wants to sue his parents); deciding upon an agreed purchase price...Read more »
Not to my knowledge. If there is a relevant clause in the Real Estate Sale Contract, then that term on current utilities controls. But no Tennessee Statute applies. Possibly some county ordinance or city code requires it. Who would enforce it?
My wife inherited a house, but it went to her mom until she was 18. Her mom sold the house to their aunt (was paid off but now the bank owns it bc of the aunt using it for a loan) Is there legal action for us to get the house back
You should consult with an attorney asap to determine your options. An attorney would need to looks at the property records and any will that may have conveyed the estate to your wife. There are a lot of moving parts to cases such as these. An attorney would need to review of all relevant documents...Read more »
House in Paris, TN owned by father and mother with TennCare assessment. Father passed in 2015 while mother was in nursing home with dementia. Family was advised by attorney that estate needed to be opened. Both had wills which appointed each other as Execs with me as alternate, but were drawn up... Read more »
You haven't asked a question. What do you want to do? File a complaint against your former attorney? Sell the house? You would be wise to hire another attorney to discuss options and determine the best course of action.
Consult an experienced real estate lawyer with the proposal that the attorney fees can be paid from the sale proceeds. If the house has any real value, an experienced lawyer will know that he will eventually get paid in full and thus he/she won't require payment in advance. If your aunt...Read more »
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