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If I find that my properties has a pass through mortgage on

if I find that my properties has a pass through mortgage on it. what do that mean and how will that affect me. who put that on my properties if I did not, I paid full price from the city of Milwaukee a city owned property.how do a special warrantee deed get on my property. how will it affect me. exactly what do that mean.

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I have land (no buildings) that I am hoping to hold onto

I have land (no buildings) that I am hoping to hold onto for the rest of my life and then will it to the next generation. I have 4 friends who each have children. I'd like to create some kind of 'conservatorship' or ' trust' or some other vehicle (I don't understand these legal terms at all), so that I can ' will' the land to the next generation, which would mean giving it to a ' group' that is unrelated to me and unrelated to each other. There's a total of 8 children. Several are in early teens (youngest) several are already in their 20s. How might I create a way to 'will' my land to them as a group, so that the group would be able to own the land collectively and make decisions about how to use it in the future? Thank you!

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I own a pharmacy in alabama. The insurance companies are

I own a pharmacy in alabama. The insurance companies are getting so aggressive, and not fair. I want to protect some property that I own in case some of them decide to charge me money. If I deed it now to my wife will it be safe?

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Based on the documents that you reviewed, in your opinion,

Based on the documents that you reviewed, in your opinion, do you think that the auctioneers are dealing with the public in good faith? This is something obviously that I'm not going to hold you accountable, it's just an opinion. I'm thinking most of the jargon in the contract...is it standard? Should I proceed as if they're not trying to rip me off or take advantage of me? Finally, will I be given a window if I win the bid that I can do a title search on the property. Thus, giving me an opportunity to back out if there are unexpected liens or judgments. I think that this should be standard. Or should I go in there with a form for them to sign stating such a condition?

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I live in Palm Beach County, Florida. Can I buy a property

I live in Palm Beach County, Florida. Can I buy a property tax deeds before it goes to the county tax deeds auction? And what would be my responsibilities towards a mortgage if there is one on that same property? I know, the tax deeds auction clear other liens or mortage but does it before the auction? .

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In a foreclosure case, if the property is sold ,000 and the

In a foreclosure case, if the property is sold for 20,000 and the foreclosure is foronly 10,000, who gets to keep the extra 10,000. The one who foreclose or theone who lost the property?

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Are these documents(lease agreement ) legal and binding. Should they be notarized. Should

Are these documents(lease agreement ) legal and binding. Should they be notarized. Should I do these documents mtse k f ir hire an attorney

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I am in Ct, my husband is in Florida, I just found out he put

I am in Ct, my husband is in Florida, I just found out he put our house in a Warrenty deed. I believe he is trying to sell this without me knowing of the sale...What can I do? He is saying I abandoned the home when I left from abuse. I kept going back, trying to make it work.

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My brother is beneficiary of a trust which is an unlived in

My brother is beneficiary of a trust which is an unlived in home. I am current trustee. He is also an inmate until 2023. He wants to take over as trustee and pay taxes from prison. Is this a possibility? I know it's not the best idea. I want to sell the home and put the money away for him. He is furious with my suggestion. Home has been costing about $1000.00 a year in taxes and yard upkeep and repairs from breaking and storms. It is uninsured. He says the house is his only hope he is living for and if I sell it it will "end" him. Our Mom left him $15,000 four years ago for maintainence and personal expenses. He is down to $ 1900. He believes he can use his prison savings and handle everything from prison. He wants me out of the picture basically.

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