Legal Advice for Partition — 7 results
Written by attorney Spence Johnson, 10 months ago.
If you are buying real estate with a friend or inherited a fractional interest in land from a parent or relative, then you need to be aware of the potential issues that can arise when more... more
Written by attorney Peter Antonoplos, over 2 years ago.
A Brief History of Partition Actions-
The modern American family has changed, and with that change, so has how we purchase and hold title to real estate. Now, almost 60% of real estate is... more
Written by attorney Robert Miller, over 4 years ago.
We hear it all the time, I own some property with "my brother/partner/other and I/he wants to sell but he/I don't want to." This article discusses "partition", the inevitable consequence... more
Written by attorney Timothy Mckeown, almost 3 years ago.
Partition is the process by which property held by tenants in common is divided. As a practical matter, literal partition or division of the property is rarely ordered; instead, the court... more
Written by attorney David Ganz, about 6 years ago.
Partition: What It Does Partition is the division of real property so that either compensation, or possession, is given to one or more owners of the property. With a common law history... more
Written by attorney Nathan Bernstein, about 4 years ago.
Partition is the legal process of division between several persons of property
that belongs to them as co-owners on title in joint tenancy or tenants in
common. The object of partition is... more
Written by attorney George Mueller, almost 5 years ago.
Truth is the breath test may not be indicative of the person’s impairment because the breath test is not inevitably indicative of a person’s BAC level "It is generally recognized, as... more