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next door neighbor on left side (facing my property) installed wood fence. i use driveway on right side (facing my property) by easement agreement with neighbor on right who owns driveway. my property is 50 feet long in front. where do i start ...
You need to get a survey (if you don't already have one). Be sure the surveyor drops "pins" in the ground so that you know exactly where the lines are.See question
35 years ago I bought my house , my neighbors passed away .their brother wants to sell the house , the survey people said my neighbors attached garage and a unattached garage are about 30 feet on my property , what are my options.?
This can actually be rather complicated. There are questions of easements, adverse possession, incorrect survey lines. I suggest hiring a local real estate attorney and reviewing all of your options with him/her.See question
My father recently passed away at he age of 59 after an accident. He has had an on-again/off-again relationship with a woman who we have discovered was the named beneficiary on his only life insurance policy. My father listed her as beneficiary ba...
The beneficiary's mental state is not the issue. The issue is your father's mental state at the time he designated her as a beneficiary. Unless his ability to make this designation was in someway compromised or he was under some undue influence, you are going to have a VERY difficult time having her removed as the beneficiary.See question
Literally moved in yesterday. Signed the lease a month ago, payed deposit & 1st months rent. Alot of issues with the home that were not disclosed until after lease had beeb signed & I moved it. (Ex: non stop running toliet, broken bathroom sink, ...
First, look to your lease for an answer. Assuming the solution is not there, you should document everything, give written notice to your Landlord and take steps to mitigate your damages. If the Landlord is unwilling to provide an acceptable solution, you can move out. Please note, if you move out and the Landlord doesn't see things the same way you do, you might be facing a lawsuit for unpaid rent. From what you have written, I would assume that you have both a valid defense and a potential claim of your own.
Good luck!See question
Hello, my mother and my stepfather recently bought a unit in joint tenant by entirety, however, it seems to me that my mother was not aware of the tenancy type. The reason being they have always been independent financially, and she spent about $...
So long as both owners are willing to do so, they could file a Corrective Deed which restates their respective interests in the real estate.See question
I was behind in payments and attempted to give him a money order (on 3/24) equivalent to one month's rent, and he said that he didn't want my money, and handed me an eviction notice (2 weeks). I asked him (via text message) again last Friday (3/31...
The answer to your question likely lies in your Lease Agreement. If you do not have a written Lease, your Landlord's Notice might be sufficient to initiate an Eviction action at your local Magisterial District Court. If that occurs, be sure to bring a copy of the Eviction Notice with you. The exact language in it might be an important part of your defense.See question
My mother has passed away. She only has $3,995 in a bank account and $845 in a personal trust at the nursing home. I am the sole beneficiary in her will. Do I need to probate the will?
I agree with Attorney Stewart. This is a Small Estate that can be settled without going through Probate.See question
My boyfriend's ex girlfriend was told by his landlord in a letter that she needed to have all of her belongings out of his house by a certain date, that date has passed and her name has been removed from the lease. When can he change the locks? Mi...
She is not on the lease, she was notified by the Landlord that she needed to vacate the property, and she moved out in January (at least 3 months ago). I see no problem with changing the locks now.See question
The previous attorney need not answer! Please allow someone else to answer. We did not get an assigned apartment until 8/13 & moved in on 8/18. I feel as though I'm paying for something that I did not use or had access to use. Thanks
The answer to your question will likely be found within your lease. Read it through and if you your rights and responsibilities are still not clear, you should consult with a local attorney.See question