If it is yours, you can surely gift it. Either a quitclaim deed or a warranty deed will do the trick. I'd have to check, but the transaction may be tax-free, like a transfer between spouses. If not, there will be transfer and recordation taxes. The mortgage loan to a near certainty has a...Read more »
I want to know my best move. I'm looking to buy property in 3-4 years and am concerned about the judgements against me. They are 7 years old for 6k and 4k at time of judgement. Do they automatically renew? What is the process for renewal and how would I know if it was renewed? They... Read more »
My fiance and I have agreed to purchase a home in an unmarried status. My credit score was low so we decided to have the loan in his name. The home won't be available until June. How can I secure myself in the event of a breakup? We both put money in on the deposit. If he... Read more »
I assume have have not closed on the house. If so, then part of preparing closing documents is a deed which is basically a title, a document showing ownership to the property. Make sure your name goes on this deed. A lawyer will be drafting this deed to transfer ownership from seller to purchaser....Read more »
issues. We knew that my credit score wasn't high enough to be on the loan and agreed to proceed. The loan will be in my fiance's name. If we break up prior to the completion of the home what are my rights as far as my share of the deposit.
The power company here in VA took my deposit, gave me a date to turn the power on, didn't, then required a notarized lease and whereabouts of the previous tenants, even though I as the new tenant didn't know the previous tenant, I get all this documentation even after they still... Read more »
The buyers guide has as is checked but also says Integrity Warranty Services 3month/3000 miles. The dealer told us at the time of purchase it is a powertrain warranty and "if it has gas, grease or fluids it's covered" They did not explain any details or limitations or provide a copy... Read more »
We purchased bedroom and dining room furniture from Ashley furniture about a year ago. The furniture's cost us about $8000 plus insurance coverage of $600. In about a year, the coating of the furniture has been peeling off, the chairs legs are lose and the joints are broken. We reached out to... Read more »
We recently moved into it rental house in July a couple of months later we noticed that the crawl space was filled with water and feces. We noticed because the smell was coming into the house. We have contacted the landlord on numerous occasions and he continues to stall. What can we do as... Read more »
I'm sorry your post remains open for three weeks. Consumer law attorneys don't really deal with these types of issues. Try reposting in the Landlord-Tenant section. A Virginia L-T attorney would have a better chance of picking up your question there. Good luck
A Virginia attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, entities, whether they be banks, stores, or other parties to a contract generally have the right to reconcile errors that result in windfalls to the other side. Ethically, the law is also...Read more »
On August 1, I went to recover my vehicle and was charged 475.00. There was an issue later that day in recovering my vehicle, the individual picking it up was late arriving to the garage, even though the operator was still there, he refused pickup on my vehicle. On August 6 I again made... Read more »
The amount of money involved is way too small to be of interest to most lawyers. FYI, the law is not designed to solve every little problem that comes your way during this lifetime; the Latin phrase for this rule is "De minimus non curat lex."
Received a garnishment summons today through my employer for a court date in October 2019 in Circuit Court. What are my rights in regards to Statatue of Limitations in the State of Virginia? Do I just show up for the court date and explain to the Judge this is time barred and the case should be... Read more »
to file them for me. They say they have not received the forms or taxes. I live in the US mainland, Virginia. Is there a way I can get the records she says she filed or the money I paid her back? Thank you.
If you and the property manager have a written contract you should look to it first, before doing anything. If you do not have a written contract you might be out of luck. But in either event you can always hire a lawyer licensed to practice in Puerto Rico to help you get the missing money back.
Zoning enforcement just said the property is in violation of zoning because the owner does not have the proper permit to divide a single family home into a duplex. Can i get my deposit and rent money back? The owner doesn't want to end my lease.
We’ve been here for 4 years and have a lot of stuff in the garage. We go back and forth in the garage, have a dog, and homeschool one of our kids. This will be a noisy, messy situation. He simply doesn’t want to have to live with it being done when he moves back into the house. We have so much... Read more »
The tenant has a right pursuant to the common law covenant if quiet enjoyment to not be disrupted by the landlord or its agent during the term of the lease. Your recourse is to sue the landlord and seek a temporary restraining order until the lease term end.
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