i would like to sue travelers. is this possible? rainfaill is clearly the reason that the leak started around my skylight. water pools there due to the cruvature of the roof. water pools due to the extreme storms this past summer.
I would say read your policy, but who can read an insurance policy.
If you did go through the policy, you would see the real issue is the loss was not caused by a "sudden occurrence."
Our twp requires a second egress for any land that is being developed over a certain size. They are having a developer place a loop road through a park to satisfy this condition but the land was willed to the township on the condition that is be ...
This is really a deed restriction question. If the deed limits the use to parks and recreation, you may have a case. However, if the deed is silent you may have a problem. You need a lawyer who understands deeds. Find a local lawyer who also owns a title insurance agency.See question
My neighbor has a "tree of heaven" (aka weed tree) growing between his fence and the retaining wall at the rear of his property. As such, all of the roots supporting the tree are in his yard, but the trunk comes close to, and possibly crosses, the...
Let's start with this nuisance tree. An average Tree of Heaven produces sever hundred thousand viable seeds a year. If allowed to grow, you will eventually be overrun by its cousins. You cant just cut down one of these trees because 6 will spring from the roots. I live on a farm and we have (had) tons of them. I drilled holes into all four sides and poured in concentrated RoundUp.
Obviously you need your neighbors consent to the killing of the tree.
Print our n article about this tree, also called Ailanthus (See http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/indiana/journeywithnature/tree-of-heaven-1.xml ) When the person who owns the tree discovers that it puts out a poison that kills everything else in the vicinity, perhaps they can agree to killing it. If that does not work, remind the neighbor of the fact that the tree will destroy the retaining wall and that the cost to repair will be with the owner of the tree.
I went to my rental property to check the furnace filter. When I went down to the basement I notice a mold problem. I then notice the tenant was venting her dryer into the basement. I use to live in this house and never had a mold issue. So I am...
The tenant is responsible. Take photos and get it removed.See question
Split level apartment that has one water bill. The lease we signed states we are responsible for any portion of the water bill over $150. The above tenant has an older lease that has water totally included. The land lord did not inform us that bot...
Some one has a running toilet or a major leak. Turn off all the water in your apt and make sure the toilets are not running. Then, go to the basement and see if you can hear water running in the drain. You may have to put a screw driver up to the pipe if it is cast iron and put you ear against the handle. IF the water is running, you have an argument that is viableSee question
In the summer of 2010 my husband tricked me into signing a quit claim deed to our house. He said he needed it for his job. I read the document at home but he switched at the notary. He went to the court house to file it but could not because our h...
Let's break this down into small parts. First of all, a quit claim is not a deed. It is simply a release of rights, if any, in the property. I know that sounds like a deed but it is really different.
Secondly, when you say it got switched at the notary, does that mean you were not there in front of the notary? If that is the case and you know the notary, I would suggest you do something now to memorialize the fact that you did not appear.
Thirdly, what's up you your relationship. If you are not getting along, and he can not give to you the original of whatever you signed, ask he to give you a deed (not a quit claim) conveying the property to you, which you can hold in safekeeping and use if he records his quit claim.
Fourthly, the Recorder allows deeds and quit claims to be recorded regardless of whether or not their is an outstanding mortgage.
Some counties have anti-fraud provisions in their recording software, where people who register will get an e-mail if anything is submitted for recording with their name. Your Recorder of Deeds is Randi L. Reisinger. Call her and ask if she has such a system, and if she does not, ask when she is going to get it.
My husband and I rent a house (1/2 a double) and our landlord lives next door. She is aware that we are out of the house from 6am and my husband gets home at 4. She sent my husband a text asking if he was home (during work hours when he cannot ...
Would you have been less offended if the landlord simply gave you a bill for excess water use, and for pumping the septic tank?See question
We are interested in purchasing a lot that is in repository sale for a few years. My question is can the Borough put a lien against since last year they ripped hazard houses down on the property after it was in repository sale?
This is a great question and I should know the answer. I am going to figure out the answer and it will be one of the issues we discuss in December at the PA Bar Institutes Annual Real Estate Institute at the PHL Convention Center.See question
I have a lien on my property from a defunct company and need it removed
This is similar to having a paid off mortgage from an out of business lender. Let me give this to you in the Reader's Digest form: 1) you have to make an effort to find the lien holder, including locating successor companies, related companies or the owners, 2) if you find the company, you serve them with your quiet title complaint; if you cannot find them, you ask the court for permission to serve by publication in two news papers;, 3) after getting service you either go to trial or, if no appearance is made by the company, you file a motion to ask the judge to enter an Order preliminarily quieting your title. Thirty days later it becomes final. Anyone who charges you a set fee is going to anticipate the worst and bill on that basis. This is not a site for discussing fees, but anyone who has ever filed a quiet title action can give you a very fast high, medium, low estimate.See question
Rotted deck written by inspector as settled. Found a rock and wood scraps under main support post holding deck and roof. Fire-wall to garage, both doors are interior hallow doors, didn't disclose electric fire at meter. Rotted floors from dog pee...
A failure to disclose case is very complex. Too complex for this board. You actually have three potential statutes of limitation: 2ys, 4ys and 6 years.See question