physical note. Upon any default in payment of interest, this note shall become immediately due & payable at the option of the holder hereof. The makers, endorsers, sureties and guarantors hereof hereby severally agree to pay all costs of collect...
The statute of limitations on collecting debts in Minnesota is 6 years, measured from the date of the last payment made usually. There are several exceptions such as if the debt was sued on and a judgment was issued, that judgment is good for 10 years and possibly renewable. Consult a local debt collection attorney in more detail to see if you have any options.See question
We had a very large limb (1-2' in diameter) break and fall onto the neighbors yard and fence. About 8 yrs ago my husband asked if he could go in the neighbors property to trim our trees. At first he said yes and the next day said his attorney advi...
I agree with Mr. Beaulier - the facts of your case is not an easy one. In general if one's tree falls on their neighbors land, the property owner with the tree is liable for the cleanup, based on various theories of negligence. However your case presents an unusual aspect in that you attempted to fix the issue. You would be better off consulting a real estate attorney in private about the details of your case. Most attorneys at least offer free consultations.See question
Dear Sirs: I rent in a building owned by Mint Properties (Minneapolis)believe to be owned by an Attorney which I feel is a reason they are bold in their actions, and I need help. I've rented since 10/30/11. Always paid rent on time (with exc...
You never really ask a question here. What is it you're seeking help with? Perhaps you should consult an attorney in private with your concerns about your landlord.See question
The 90-year-old owner has recorded a transfer on death deed of her homestead to her 3 sons. She proposes now to sell on a contract for deed to one of the sons and/or his wife to generate income in her new assisted living home. Her assets will lik...
I agree with the other posters that you ask way too many questions for a general knowledge board. Seek advice from a private probate attorney, it is money well worth spending.See question
durable POA is a legally appointed conservator and/or guardian for a ward/protected person. Does the durable POA holder need to be notified in some fashion?
I am a bit confused as to why there is a guardianship/conservatorship in place if there is also a durable POA. You should really consult a private attorney in more detail about your question. In general yes you must notify the holder of a POA that you are revoking their authority, otherwise they can in good faith rely upon the powers given to them by the POA. However something is missing from these facts so go consult an attorney in more detail - it'll be advice you will be glad you paid for.See question
I Live in an apartment building I moved in Nov 1. My apartment building was bought out in January. I have had nothing but problems from them. I paid rent for March and April totaling $1260 via money orders. My building claims they never got them I...
Go to the hearing with whatever evidence you have to show you have paid rent. That includes check stubs, copies of cancelled checks or money orders, etc. You may also want to see if other tenants will testify at the hearing about their experiences of rent being lost. If you do not appear at the hearing the court will issue a default and evict you. If you can afford it, consult with a private attorney to represent you at the hearing. If you cannot afford an attorney, consult a local legal aid office for help, but regardless show up to the hearing and raise your defenses.See question
There are four heirs, with one currently living in the home that would like to stay but can't buy the others out quite yet.
You do not give enough information here to give you an accurate opinion. It all depends really on the circumstances of the probate, whether there are any restrictions on the sale of a house. Consult a probate attorney in private, it will be advice well worth paying for in the end.See question
Looking for a recommendation for a Guardianship attorney in the ST Paul, MN area. Need to start the process of having my daughter declared mentally incompetent.
Avvo's policies do not allow for specific referrals. There are some resources out there you can seek referalls from in St. Paul, such as the Ramsey County Referral Service. There is a network for guardian professionals as well called the Minnesota Association of Guardians and Conservators ("Magic" for short). Otherwise contact an attorney you know or in your neighborhood for help.See question
I live in a duplex, I live in the bottom portion of the home and there is another tenant below. Since she has moved in she has turned off the neighbors and since we moved in she has made our life hell. She has gone to every neighbors home asking f...
Try negotiating a break lease with your landlord. Otherwise consult a landlord/tenant attorney with a copy of your lease to see if there are alternative options.See question
My one roommate is saying that I have to pay for the laptop. She is also 3 months behind on the rent and is demanding her deposit back, I told her that I am keeping the deposit in lue of rent not paid.Is this legal for me to do?
I agree with Mr Beaulier - you're not liable for the stolen laptop unless you assumed some duty in the lease to protect against theft.
As to keeping the deposit - what does your lease say? Consult an attorney with the details of your lease to determine your rights to the deposit.See question