No...she is not.
Because of family issues , she is not willing to return the property
No written agreement... a verbal agreement...but 2 sworn affidavits stating that their was a verbal agreement ...family trust you might say.
State of South Carolina....see Mabel Dixon v. Stevan Dixon
Appeal from Anderson county Ellis B Drew, Jr Master -in equity
Opinion No 25925
I was wondering if that was applicable. Basically "TRUST". Without combining the properties, we would not been able to place my mom's mobile home onto the property. "WE" trusted that it was for the best interest for our Mother
in consideration of the sum of $5.00 love and affection from my sister to the Grantor in hand paid at and before the sealing snf the delivery of these presents by my sister ....etc
A verbal trust agreement but 2 sworn affidavits from persons familiar with this agreement stating that we trusted the property would be returned as the way it was inherited,.
It is my understanding that this question/answer by your service is a one shot deal of $29.00. Am I correct? No more other and future charges to my cc account.
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