I have property in Monroe county, Florida that is now a
I have property in Monroe county, Florida that is now a homeowners association. I would like to replace a chain link swing gate with an aluminum 6-foot solid gate and replace the fencing with a solid white pvc fence.The fencing people say that it can not be 6 feet( only 4 ) and it can not be solid. Is there a law that says anything about Homeowner Ass having a right to have a solid gate if they so choose?
The condo owner across the has set up her own chairs in the
The condo owner across the hall has set up her own chairs in the hallway/stairway. Is this legal?JA: Where is the property located?Customer: Mercer Point Condo, Savannah, GA 31410JA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: No. I am getting information first.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I have requested three times for the managing company and the HOA Board to have the chairs removed.
I have a restaurant in a large retail development. I have
I have a restaurant in a large retail development. I have been in this development for 6 months. Today I received a bill for over $14000.00 for water and electricity. The lease says that we will be charged based on periodic usage checks and the local utility company rates. The LL is not willing to provide any numbers verifying the charges and keep referring to the true up costs that will be done on an annual basis. What can I do?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?Customer: FloridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Filed or reported?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: no
I have been living the last nine years in Missoula MT. I
Hello, I have been living the last nine years in Missoula MT. I recently discovered from a neighbor, the HOA had raised the dues to $75. monthly . Since for the past 9 years I've been paying $100. monthly I sent a letter asking about this and what the dues were prior since I feel they owe me past dues . Now they threaten to put a lien on my property. Do I have any legal recourse? Thanks VirginiaJA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state the association is in?Customer: MT (Montana)JA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: Not that I know ofJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I did stop paying my dues and never received a response to my letter. Am I going to be charged for this ?
I was a partner on a property ( residential) for three and a
I was a partner on a property ( residential) for three and a half years. In April we sold the property, and now it's time to divide the proceeds. I paid almost all of the costs associated with the property. Do I have any recourse in recovering my expenses or is it a 50/50 split in Colorado? MikeJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Not at this time.
This question is for I have a couple of questions on files
This question is forCustomer I have a couple of questions on files that closed already -- in regards ***** ***** available POST-closing if something goes wrong. Please let me know if you are available today to discuss. Thank you.
I want to know if the following rule would help my children
I want to know if the following rule would help my children get the SOUTH CAROLINA house my ex's mistress, whom ex married after divorce, got after ex died because he listed her on deed as a JTWRS.I included "SECTION 15‑3‑380. Effect of forty‑year lapse" in following letter I wrote to my kids: "As you know, our family's assets were used for the down-payment on this property, to pay its mortgage and interest, to repair it, maintain it, insure it, improve it, pay for gas & electric, water, etc., etc. This property morally, rightfully and justifiably belongs to the three of you, not to terry and ross and lynn and brian [her 3 kids as incidental beneficiaries].SECTION 15‑3‑380. Effect of forty‑year lapse.No action shall be commenced in any case for the recovery of real property or for any interest therein against a person in possession under claim of title by virtue of a written instrument unless the person [s: Bryan, Allison Brendan] claiming, his [their] ancestor or grantor [their father], was actually in the possession of the same or a part thereof within forty years from the commencement of such action. And the possession of a defendant, sole or connected, pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be deemed valid against the world after the lapse of such a period.HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 10‑129; 1952 Code Section 10‑129; 1942 Code Section 385; 1932 Code Section 385; Civ. P. ‘22 Section 328; Civ. P. ‘12 Section 134; Civ. P. ‘02 Section 109; 1873 (15) 496.
I have a situation with my dad's condominimum. My dad is 75
I have a situation with my dad's condominimum. My dad is 75 years old and lives in a condominium his association fees, special assesment and property taxes are all current. He recently had some issues with water flooting in the bathroom and the property manangement from the building brough a company to stop the flooding. he had 3 flood in two month. I just received a letter from the attorney in the association stating that my dad owes 25K dollars for damages. my dad doesnt have insurance, the condo payed a portion of it but has 25K pending. My dad doesnt have 25K dollars to give , what happens if he cannot pay the 25K dollars. can they throw him out of the apartment