I am going to buy out my wife's half of our townhouse in
I am going to buy out my wife's half of our townhouse in colorado. Would it work to use a promissory note, then once it's paid off in about 4 years, would I use a quitclaim deed or a grant deed. Are there any tax issues? There is currently no mortgage on the home.JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: coloradoJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: It's all amiable and agreed to
I have been renting an apartment since February 27, 2015. In
I have been renting an apartment since February 27, 2015. In May of this year a tenant moved in above me and stared that month tormenting me by stomping around the apartment day and night. Then he escalated to running, jumping and dropping heavy objects over my head any time of the day and night. I called the management and they sent him letters but he only got more ridiculous. I called the police on several occasions and they went up to talk to him. What I did not know was that they never talked to him because he did not open the door. I have put up with this for 6 months now. He is not evicted. He is not arrested and I am at the end of my rope. I found a townhouse to move into at the end of November. I went to the management office to inform them of this. They want me to pay my rent in full to the end of February. Do I have any rights here? I have paid for 6 months of Hell. I will pay through the end of November. But why should I have to pay another 3 months. Also this tenant upstairs is in arrears on his rent. I always pay my rent in full and on time. What can I do?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in? Because the Real Estate Lawyer will solve your problem quickly right now and for a fraction of the cost of seeing an in-person Real Estate Lawyer. Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: Henrico County. VAJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think I may be able to get a list of times I have called the police from the police.
Can Condominium associations charge a 10 percent fee for
Can Condominium associations charge a 10 percent fee for long term rentals that they have nothing to do with managing? I agree that all short term rentals should include this 10 percent fee because they are managed by the association but my long term rental was set up by a realtor. Most HOA's do not charge for these types of long term rentals in our town of New Smyrna Beach, FL. What is the legal precendent?
Our Condominium Board authorized the replacement of over 75
Our Condominium Board authorized the replacement of over 75 Driveways. After completion we discovered that our building, which is a 4 unit townhouse building, that shares a common driveway to each of the 4 garages, has an unsightly discharge of liquid spewing onto our new driveway, presumably from a damage sprinkler line, damaged during the driveway construction. The sprinkler system draws its water from a retention pond onsite and this water leaves a very large ugly, slippery and slimy stain on our driveway. None of the other driveways have this problem, and it did not exist before the driveway replacements. We (owners) have complained to the Board and to date (well over a year) nothing has been done. Guests and owners must be careful when walking on the driveway to prevent slipping and possible injury in a fall.
My landlord put the townhouse i am renting from him up for
My landlord put the townhouse i am renting from him up for sale. He has had interest and has had a potential buyer sign a purchase agreement. He has moved the closing date twice now on me and told me not to move out to soon since if the sale falls through i am responsible for the remainder of my lease. With that being said i have a place to go and want to know if him having that for sale and a potential buyer terminates my lease. cause i feel right now he is making me play the waiting game.
I own a townhouse attached to neighbors' townhouses on each
I own a townhouse attached to neighbors' townhouses on each side. We are not part of acoop/condo association. We have sole ownership/responsibility for our individual dwellings, both inside and outside.One of my adjacent neighbors has affixed a metal structure to one of my walls whichfaces his property, through which he has run cables for his newly installed central air system. He recently bought the house, so we have no longstanding relationship.This was done without my knowledge or consent and was brought to my attention byanother neighbor.I do not want this structure on my home and would like to know what my legal rights arewhen I approach him to request its' removal.
Friend moved out of his townhouse after two years...
Friend moved out of his townhouse after two years... approximately 40 days AFTER he moved out he received a check in the mail followed by an email that same day that said something to the effect of:'So here is what I think...' and then proceeded to discuss certain things he was going to withhold monies from the deposit for. Deposit was $2400, landlord kept $550. Said there was a scuff on the wall and one set of blinds needed to be replaced. This was AFTER the 30 days required to send a letter in the mail - which he did not do, he sent an email 10 days after the 30 day requirement. My buddy didn't cash the check yet.What type of letter or response does one need to send to him to explain he failed to meet the burden of Florida law as far as disclosing how much he was withholding from their deposit? Is there something official to send or do they just need to write him physically (or email) explaining he failed to meet the deadline and the entire deposit is required to be returned.Thanks
I recently moved out of a townhouse that I rented for 6
I recently moved out of a townhouse that I rented for 6 years. I understand that my ex-landlady has the right to steam clean the carpets in order to remove the smell of my dog. But I left the house clean. I cleaned the bathrooms and the kitchen (all the appliances) I vacuumed the whole house. I dusted the base boards. I left the townhouse broom ready. CleanShe insists on hiring a cleaning company to come in and professionally clean the townhouse so that she can sell it. But she wants to deduct that from my security deposit.Can she legally do that, since I left the house clean?