I moved in as a renter in 2007. I have maintained residency as a renter since that time. When I signed my lease the property was owned by a married couple whom I paid rent to. In 2012 the owner's divorced. The wife re-married and moved overseas. ...
If you are not under a current year term lease agreement, you are considered a month-to-month tenant. You are still required to pay your monthly rent as you a residing in the premises owned by your landlord.See question
I asked whether this girl had be sexually abused by a pastor at the church and they said I slandered against them for asking.
I do not see an action available for either party. Nonetheless, you may contact local counsel in your area to assist you as to what action there may be available under law and equity,See question
Termination of agreement was e- mailed which was not stipulated in contract as an exceptable means of delivering an attorney termination letter. It was however delivered within 48 hours of agreement. Buyer was told there was a second buyer and bot...
In NJ, parties to a real estate contract of sale have a three day review from the time both parties receive a fully executed Contract. During such time either party may terminate the transaction. Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.2(g)(2), notices must be made by certified mail, telegram or personal delivery. However, it is not uncommon for counsel to provide notice by email and fax. When in doubt, serve the notice by certified mailing, THIS IS NOT LEGAL ADVISE.. Speak with your counsel. If you do not have counsel, you may choose to speak with a real estate attorney to discuss your matter.See question
My mother is 79 and is about to lose her house. I do not know the full situation, but it seems that she had a balloon payment due sometime ago (I believe about a year). She apparently didn't understand. And when the mortgage company calls her, ...
Contact a real estate attorney in your area to assist you in the matter. The attorney will need a bit more detail to review your mother's option. A telephone conversation or an in-person meeting can help detail the issues present in your mother's situation.See question
There is a small outstanding mortgage so bank won't foreclosure but took out a judgment on us both. My wife wants to come off the deed leaving only me responsible for any future condo debt. Can I do this.
I agree with counsel. Your future HOA dues will still be outstanding, The owner of the unit will be responsible for taking care of those HOA dues as they become due.See question
Been in home 15 years. Last few years been a struggle. Things are fixed but not perfect. Possibly could do chapter 7/13, but did so already in 2010/2011. Have modified before. In foreclosure. Last payment made Nov 2015. Now sheriff sale set for ...
There is no one clear answer. You can attempt to modify your loan with your current lender. You may be able to sell your home that may cover the costs to payoff off your loan and additional costs of closing. You may be able to refinance your loan at a possible lower rate based current lender qualifications. To provide you with guidance, you may reach out to a local real estate attorney and lender representative to discuss options that are available to you and your family.See question
I felt that my wife and I were misled on a Timeshare from SilverLeaf Resorts , we received a Deed in lieu Foreclosure notice and we're weighing the pros and cons. Please lend some advice.
You should speak with a licensed attorney in your State. A Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure is used for purposes of transferring interest in the property in default to the mortgagee to avoid foreclosure proceedings.See question
To make a long story short, our contractor left the job with our money, leaving the house unfinished. He was later charged, got PTI, and that’s the end of that part. During our job, the contractor bought a tear-down on my street under a corporat...
To best assist you with your tax issue, you can reach out to a real estate attorney who handles tax appeals. The attorney would be in a better position to assist you and determine if your property may qualify for tax relief in the municipality your property is located in.See question
If parents rights are terminated in NJ do the parents have to pay child support?
In New Jersey parent are obligated to contribute to the support of their children. The amount of the support obligation can be determined by New Jersey Child Support Guidelines and taking into consideration several other facts and circumstances.See question
realized that the police officer who issues the TRO had put my brothers birth date in of mine , on every spot where my birthdate was to b, i was never arrested and the temporary restraining order was denied, on first night , i was let back into my...
I agree with my colleague. The wrong birth date may be an error that can be corrected. If a temporary restraining order has been issued is very important that you seek the assistance of counsel as the possible entrance of a final restraining order has some serious repercussion. Seek the assistance of legal counsel to protect your rights.See question