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I lived in kinsman Ohio on bushnellcampbell rd Vernon township
House was sold at sheriff sale to pay the taxes?
If you signed the note you may be personally liable even though there is no collateral any longer as house was lost to foreclosure.
It becomes a question of when did you default on the note, if you signed it? And has the statute of limitations run on the claim of the noteholder?????
Is noteholder pursuing you?See question
This is for commercial real estate deals.
It is impossible to generalize as costs will vary by county, state, etc.
You are therefore encouraged to consult with your county recorder's office.See question
I've recently ran across a website. That sales Chinese, Taiwan, & Japanese modern apparel. Their prices are fairly cheap, & im interested in purchasibg some items in bulk or wholesale for a clothing website I'm planning on starting myself & wanted...
Fundamentally you can ask for a product whatever you want and it is up to the customer whether to buy. It is very typical to double your wholesale cost when you sell at retail and if you "buy right" you can of course do much better than that.A lot of this will depend on the availability of the product from other sources and what other sellers are charging.See question
I'm told that as long as you are operating as an LLC, it is impossible for anybody to pursue any or your personal assets, I wonder how true this is and if there is any grey area involved where an exception could be made in any circumstance. Thank...
Yes, and no.
Let me explain.
Anyone can sue anyone else for anything.So on the one hand there are no guaranties.
That said, if the business is conducted through an entity, be it a corporation or a limited liability company, and the formalities are observed, the assets of the individual owners should not be at risk when the entity incurs a liability or is sued.
That is why we attorneys will typically recommend that a business be conducted (operated) through an entity.See question
I am working toward a refinance, but due to financial constraints, am not prepared to do so currently. My ex is worried that I am leaving her in a lurch, and wants back on the deed until I refinance. What are my obligations, and options?
I wouldn't worry about it.You could perhaps agree to indemnify her if you default relative to the mortgage, but if you do default the lender will likely foreclose and seek recourse against you for the deficiency.That is her exposure, that the lender forecloses and then for whatever reason seeks recourse against her for any deficiency.If the property is "worth" more than the debt, the likelihood of a deficiency is reduced of course.See question
he has threatened me with jail time. and if i refunded all his money can i take back my vehicle with no repurcussoins?
I d be inclined to transfer title to him as soon as possible.
Re fraud I would say you shouldn't be charged as there is no indication you had an intent to defraud but that doesn't mean that you won't be charged who knows? Prosecutors are politicians and there is no telling what a prosecutor might do if approached by your buyer.See question
My rent is paid in full thru the end of the month. Do I have any rights to use his dumpster for my trash? I'm not putting any large items, but I've been renting here for 21 years and I do have some stuff to throw out INCLUDING my kitchen trash.
I'd contact landlord and seek to regain access to the trash dumpster.See question
Upon entering building, the whole place reeks of smoke. An existing tenant is complaining and their son has asthma. I want to give 60 days notice before I put into effect. The empty, freshly painted , ready to go apartments smell like smoke. Is th...
You should amend the lease to so provide.See question