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I sued a bank for wrongful foreclosure. The bank’s law firm stated that I could send them the papers. I later found out through a question posted on this site that sending the papers to the law firm was not proper service and that service must be ...
NY does not recognize "wrongful foreclosure." If, as the question implies, the bank already foreclosed a mortgage in a prior suit, won, and took back its collateral, it's over. Any later in time action on the same facts will get dismissed as res judicata ("the thing decided").See question
Is there a way to get him off deed, I want to sell house on a land contract and he won't agree, he left 3 years ago moved out of state and hadn't helped with any upkeep of house or taxes
If somebody asked one of my clients to get into a land contract, I would counsel that client to run in the other direction. Both you and your ex have a lot of good reasons to avoid such an agreement. Do you really want to rely on somebody who probably can't get mortgage loan from a bank to make a timely payment to you every single month, that you'll subsequently turn around and use to pay your own mortgage? Do you have the cash on hand to bring a foreclosure suit if your land contract buyer stops making payments?
If you and your ex can't come to an agreement about selling the house outright, then the only meaningful solution to force a sale is a partition lawsuit. Those suits are very expensive, and the legal fees and disbursements of suit will very quickly dissipate any equity there might be in the property.See question
After I gave birth to my son I notes onces i got home that l couldn't smile, l had no taste in my mouth, an annoying ringing in my ear, l can't stop my eyes from watery. No FACIAL EXPRESSIONS in my face so I go to the doctor an they said that it ...
I'm sorry to hear about this story. You ask a fair question about whether it's possible to sue the hospital, and it's impossible for a lawyer to know that answer based off of one paragraph in an anonymous Q&A forum. If you haven't already sought treatment for your symptoms, do so. After you obtain treatment, gather your medical records and schedule an appointment with an attorney who practices in personal injury to discuss your matter confidentially.
You describe what could potentially be considered medical malpractice. Such cases have a two and a half year statute of limitations (subject to a limited number of exceptions).See question
While going through divorce my ex sold property that was in my name I was not made aware of this sale until divorce hearing when he admitted forgoing my name to sell the property. This was done without me present yet a notery was present for forag...
I responded to a very similar question in recent memory. Here is a link: https://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-can-i-do-my-husband-signed-my-name-and-it-was-3030683.html#answer_7414818
Be prepared to prove the deed was fraudulently executed and that the notary had actual knowledge of the fraudulent nature of the grantor's signature. This is not something to sit on. Schedule an appointment with an attorney of your choosing to discuss the matter confidentially.See question
Also, are free consultations private? I don't want to show my hand yet.
On this site, "Lawsuits and Disputes," is the category. I changed the category for you.
If you meet with a lawyer who gives a free consultation, the lawyer is still obligated to keep your discussion confidential.See question
my brother lives with my sister who has no legal any thing for my brother, meaning she's not his power of attorney or legal gaurdian. she is only his rep payee for social security. she is stealing his money from social security for her benefit as ...
I'm sorry to hear about this. You should schedule a consultation with an attorney of your choosing to investigate your allegations and whether your brother has capacity to give a Power of Attorney. If, as your question implies, he does not have capacity to give a POA, then someone could petition for guardianship of the person and property.See question
Neighbor house caught on fire due to his shady lifestyle in result destroyed my home(rental) property. Can I sue him. It was arson
It depends what you mean by the fire being the result of the neighbor's shady lifestyle. Assuming the fire was not set intentionally, it's worth your time to gather up your insurance policies, and schedule a consultation with an attorney of your choosing to discuss your options.See question
I'm suing for property damage due to my neighbor storing garbage on my property and damages to my fence. he has crossed his lot line onto my lot which is on my driveway where he stores his garbage and he built a little storage shed. i was absent ...
A small claims court can only award money damages. If you want relief other than a money judgment, you have to sue in a different part of court.See question
I am in possession of a home in Buffalo, NY and want to record an apparently correct deed in Erie County NY. Owner died in 2013 and home is vacant and needing repair.
Based on your description, the executor or administrator of the estate of the now deceased owner can give that deed.See question
In trial on the stand my husband admitted he signed my signature to sell a building in my name. I was not present for the sale did not profit from the sale and it was notarized by the attorney who was present. Is there any legal ramifications for ...
My colleagues all correctly point out that there could be serious consequences for notarizing a signature known to be false. Obtain a transcript of the trial testimony and copies of the documents in question to bring to an attorney for review. It appears as though the true object of your question is to find out how to obtain your share of the proceeds of the sale, but that is a discussion to have confidentially with an attorney of your choosing.See question