I am currently tring to refinance, discovered the title for
I am currently tring to refinance, discovered the title for my manufactured home lien is held by a different company than my mortgage company and has been since 2003.They have no affiliation with each other.Is this a breach of contract since 2003 and do I have a legal fight with my current company.Had the construction loan closing 7/03 and the final close was 11/03
Last year (2016) my husband and I were in the market for a
Last year (2016) my husband and I were in the market for a home in King County, Washington, and had looked at several properties. We had decided on a manufactured home in the community known as Leisure Estates in Renton, Washington. It had an enormous amount of room – two master bedrooms, living room, dining room, large kitchen, two large bathrooms, and a few other things that other properties we'd seen didn't have. In September we began the paperwork for the property and paid for the home inspection ($500). The owner agreed to our terms and this was going to be an “all cash” sale. That was great for us since that meant we didn't need to apply for a loan. Our agent turned over the accepted paperwork to the managers of Leisure Estates to complete the deal and we waited for Leisure Estates response. Our agent hoped the sale would go through, but Leisure Estates was on the record for a lot of the area real estate agents of saying, “No!” to a majority of sales. Since the end of the third week of September was coming up, my husband called Leisure Estates for their decision; we had been turned down. We were devastated. Leisure Estates promised they would send a letter with an explanation for their rejection. My husband called them about the promised letter every day for a couple of weeks and ended up leaving messages; the calls were never returned. We felt we couldn't go forward and find another property until we heard from Leisure Estates. However, we did manage to find another property, qualify for a home loan, and buy this second property. I blame Leisure Estates for causing us to take on extra debt which we had tried to avoid. After we bought the second property, we FINALLY received the promised rejection letter from Leisure Estates. I've included their letter as an attachment for your consideration. Leisure Estates was calling us liars, but information they had amounted to being erroneous. They seemed to be alluding to the fact that I had supplied them with it, but no one from Leisure Estates ever contacted me. So I was wondering if we had a case for libel against Leisure Estates?
We bought a park and changed the new site agreements. I have
We bought a park and changed the new site agreements. I have a few tenants refuse to sign plus we raised the rent in December . I went to court but since its an eviction court the Judge dismiss it and said I need to seek legal counsel . I have few questions to ask can I evict a tenant who pays but doesn't follow the rule of the park for example they are allowed two dogs but have 5 dogs , the RV year model is more then 10 year old and doesn't have inspection , they created a garden around the RV etc .
In Tiverton, Rhode Island A Manufactured Home has been
In Tiverton, Rhode IslandA Manufactured Home has been vacant and empty for approximately 4 yrs. It sits on a rented piece of land in a 55 and over community.The land rent has not been paid in 5 yrs. All utilities are now turned off, by district departments, for non payment. However, the taxes on the home are paid and up to date with the County Clerk.Numerous attempts made to contact the owner and the bank that is paying the taxes, all with negative results.The bank says they cannot discuss or divulge any information regarding the property or the listed owners, and, all attempts to contact the listed owners have gone unanswered.Please advise on my legal rights to, take ownership of the home and/or dispose of same
My daughter's name is on the deed with me in case I should
My daughter's name is ***** ***** deed with me in case I should die, I want the property to go to her automatically, however, I hold the mortgage, lots of equity. Must she qualify to hold this mortgage or just continue making the monthly payment. State of North Carolina
In Daggett county Utah specifically speaking on flats
In Daggett county Utah specifically speaking on Taylor flats subdivision there is building codes. They are: must get building permit for construction, front door must face the road, building must be under 200 Sq ft unless you own 6 lots or more and no water well or septic unless 6 lots owned. Plus all other uniform building codes apply. So long story short I bought 2 lots there, I was told by many ppl if I bought a tiny house on skids I don't need a building permit due to it being on skids also does not have to comply with the 200sq. Ft. On skids can be any size. I believe this is so across the Nation if I'm understanding. Anyways building inspector there is now throwing a fit I didn't get building permit I told him it's on skids, he somewhat backed off but said still needs to be under 200 sq. Ft. Mine is 225 sq ft. So it's not like I went way over I still tried to stay close. He's also saying cause I have solar power I need a building permit for the solar. Where I live in Colorado we don't need permits for solar I told him this he said here in Utah where you put your cabin you do. I said send me the solar power permit application he told me to just go ahead and use the regular building permit paperwork instead. Nowhere on it does it say anything about solar nowhere!! I think he's getting me to fill this out so he can red tag my place and make it unusable. My question is so am I right? Do I fill it out?
A woodstove in our house was improperly installed by a
A woodstove in our house was improperly installed by a licensed contractor. The safe clearances (according to the manufacturer in the manual) on the sidewalks were grossly underestimated by 7 inches or more. Our walls became extremely hot and the paint was heating up as to cause off gassing in the house even with a fire at 350 degrees which is 200 degrees below recommended optimal burning temperature. A heat shield was not installed as recommended as well.If we did not notice the extreme heat on the walls by touching them after being alerted by the smell our house could have easily caught fire.We perceive this as gross negligence and putting our home and possibly lives in jeopardy.We call the contractor and the apologized and stated they would come out and rectify this issue in a couple of weeks .We are not really comfortable with how this was and is now being addressed.How should we proceed at this point?