First, you know in your mind if you are in default on your payments or not. You also know how long its been since you made a payment. You know what lenders do when you dont make payments. Now, if you qualify as a YES on those 3, you get your stuff out of the car (if you get a chance) and start findi…
I have no idea. You should call your local court house or city council and ask what is required. All states are probably different so they would no best what is needed and where to go. If they don't have that information, they will at least be able to give you a better idea of where to …
The minimum price would be $1.00, love and affection or a similar statement. However there are tax consequeces to each of you that need to be considered. Also the sale could affect your Grandmother's government benefits.I highly recommend that you consult an elder care attorney who would be able to …
Contact a title agnecy or a real estate attorney about a "Quit
You would to have your attorney draw up a "quit claim deed" to deed
half your interest to the party you want to deed that interest to.
That deed will then be filed at the courthouse and that would be
You are going to have to see a lawyer on this one because it involves two countries and each has their own laws regarding this problem. If you are still together and not separated you may just get lucky. Be sure your wife didn't use her own money to purchase this property. Remember, half of everythi…
They can do a credit check on you or check the electrol role to see if you have any financial links to any body else or share a home with them.
You also have to fill out a mortgage application know as a Form 1003. You must disclose this information truthfully on your mortgage application.…
Marriage is generally a state issue. If you marry according to the laws of another country and your marriage would be legally allowed in your state (i.e. you aren't closely related, of the same sex, married to more than one person) then generally the state will recognize your marriage abroad.In gene…
According to Federal UCC the following applies to personal legal signatures:
§ 1-201 Definitions (Federal) (37) "Signed" includes using any symbol executed or adopted with present intention to adopt or accept a writing.
§ 3-401. SIGNATURE. (a) A person is not liable on an instrument…
Estate Doucments signed by an Executor
An Executor signing a legal document for an Estate must include "Executor, Estate of...." Also, as Executor, you may have to request various information (non legal)in writing, and must include Executor, Estate of with your signature. Some info may require pr…
You do not allow them to move into the premises or you give up the idea of having the protection of a lease. Once you let them move in without signing a lease they are your problem. It should be noted that a tenant who refuses to sign a lease is giving you a loud message about what type of experienc…
If it can be proven that the signatory was intoxicated at the time, the contract would be voidable.
Yes, You go to a priest in the jail and ask him to get you two married.
It all depends on what you will be using it for. A facsimile is not accepted for recording in most land records offices. Some judges will not accept a faxed copy of a document, such as a promissory note or check with a notation on the memo line. Many contracts are faxed but the parties should agree …
Yes, it is
Yes, it is better to accept the contract so that you have the legal document on your part.
Questions asked at the marriage green card interview: Name and address. Name and Date of Birth of Spouse. When and where did you meet your spouse? Describe this 1st meeting. Did you make arrangements to meet again? Did you exchange phone numbers? When did you meet next? Where were you living…
This question is vague. A complaint is always attached to a summons; therefore, you are not responding to the summons, but you are actually supposed to respond to the complaint. The complaint should have statements in numbered paragraphs. You are either going to agree (or admit), disagree (or deny),…
it is an abbreviation for "assignment of rents". Generally a document that allows a lender to collect rents and/or any income generated from subject property in the event a borrower defaults on their mortgage agreement.
Any particular trust must be managed according to the terms and
provisions set forth in the document that creates the trust.
Generally, the authority to make amendments is included and that
provision could be used to change the name of the trust. A trust
drafted by a professional will usually contai…
A false signature on a quitclaim deed makes the entire document
invalid. No legal property transfer takes place, and the original
owner still retains title. A notary public should not have allowed
a forged signature on any document, but is not responsible for the
crime (I believe) unless he/she knew…
A life estate must be granted in writing or by a court order by a court of equity.
A memorandum is a brief outline of a legal transaction created for the purpose of having a record to aid the parties in remembering the essential points. It can also be a brief outline sent to or prepared for another party by one who has examined a document or issue and summarized it in briefer form…
A certified copy of a document such as a will is a more official form of a conformed copy. In legal practice, if a will (or contract for that matter) is signed, a conformed copy may be made by simply making sure that all aspects of the original are in the copy even though not done in an original man…
A notary public from the United States will not work in India. A
notary public is good in the states and counties that they are
allowed to work in, not in foreign countries.
Children cannot form legal contracts. They cannot enter into or
consent to a binding contract until they reach the age of majority.
The age varies from 18 tp 21 in the United States.
All written changes in a legal document have to be documented. Any
changes must be initialed at the point of change.
Having just dicovered that an email can be edited I do not see how that can be the case as I could edit a RECEIVed EMAIL to say what I want and can see no trail of it being amended.
Although a contract, and most legal documents, signed in red ink may be legal it is always better to sign any legal document in black ink. Many legal documents that affect real property must be recorded in the land records. Most state recording laws require that documents that are to be recorded in …
Wills are generally passed on to the next attorney who takes over
the clients and the files. Sometimes the wills are handed back to
the families or people who drew up the wills.
It is poor practice to notarize the documents of family members. In some States it is expressly forbidden. A notary should never notarize a document under which she/he would benefit. That would make the document vulnerable to challenge. You should check the laws in your state.
Acts of Clemency A pardon is an act of clemency. The president has the power to grant a pardon at the federal level for violations of federal law. The governor or a pardon board has that authority at the state level for violations of state law. Unless specifically stating the person is innocent of t…
To rent an apartment a person needs to have their social security
number and some form of government issued photo ID. Most landlords
will require past rental history and/or personal references.
Only if they have received their notary commission from the Notary control board of their state. Nobody picks up a notary commission automatically with a job title.
I believe that the answer above is incorrect. This will vary from state to state. For example in Minnesota legislators are automatic n…
Yes, depending on what you agreed to when you made the initial agreement. Many service providers include an automatic renewal clause in their contracts. If you don't want to renew you must take some action to cancel the agreement. You need to review the original agreement.
There are cases in the courts of several states relating to this
very question. In New York and Massachusetts for example, courts
have upheld that "e-mails sent by parties or their agents in
connection with a real estate sale, upon which the defendant had
typed his name or which contained a salutati…
They will go to prison.
Documents aren't legal. They are evidence of agreements. Some of them can be legal documents, recording legal agreements. In most cases to be used as evidence, it helps if they are signed and dated. Signatures of witnesses or notarization makes it more credible. Another PerspectiveThe answer is prop…
A will does not have to be notarized to be legal. It does have to be properly witnessed. Notarization isn't required, but it can be useful in making sure that everyone is properly identified. However, you should check the laws in your particular jurisdiction.
One does not exist, as the 1781 Articles of Confederation were never repealed. They were superceded by the states' ratification of the US Constitution in 1788 (which clearly stipulated that, upon ratification, it would become the legal basis for the government).
The most common reasons are to protect it from creditors, to
protect it in a divorce proceeding, to protect it from inheritance
by an undesirable heir, to protect it from the government and to
No, working for a university does not count as working for the
government on legal documents. They are asking if you have an
actual government job.
In a sense we are judged by the choices we made during life, hence Heb. 9:27 states "And as it appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgement," When the lost person dies they go to "hades" (greek for one of the 5 words used for hell) which is like a local jail to await their judgement…
A certified copy has an official stamp certifying it as a true and complete copy of a record. A certification of a document is usually signed by hand or with a stamp identifying the head of the agency from which the certified copy was acquired.
A "copy" is any reproduction of an original.A "certified copy" is a paper document that is a copy of an original in some form and that has been certified by the person making the copy to be a true and unaltered copy of that original.
"Letters of Aministration" is the formal name for the document that a probate court issues to a person who is appointed to handle the estate of a decedent who died without a will. "Letters Testamentary" are issued to executors when there is a will. To apply for Administration, the local probate cour…
In Metro Manila the cost of annulment would be P200,000.00 more or less if un contested by the other spouse, otherwise, it will cost more if contested and also if it involves complicated issues such as real properties and custody of children.It will take about 4 months to finish the uncontested case…
4 to 6 days
Call the assessors office and try to obtain the recorded land reference for the property. Then go to the land records to obtain a copy of the deed. The deed will recite the legal description.
a lawyer works in court. or they may work in a office at a local place,or in a private firm.
No. A fax is not accepted as an original. It's a facsimile of the original.
Yes, there are many individuals who remarry after being divorced. Hopefully, if you decide to do this, you will both make it work. Best wishes!!how they can remarry on which basis
It depends. Was anyone killed/seriously injured by it? How bad was the damage caused by it?The minimum sentence for arson is about 5 years.
Pull it apart and smash the letters down with a hammer.
to pass it on to the house or to NOT pass it.
If you change a material fact (any statement that can be confirmed or refuted) and attempt to pass the document off as fact then you are guilty of fraud. You could also be guilty of identity theft, deception, coersion, false pretenses..... Don't do it.
because it felt like it
A certification of a document is usually signed by hand or with a stamp identifying the head of the agency from which the certified copy was acquired.
A Life Estate provides its owner with the use and possession of real property for life. The life tenant can extinguish that right by executing a release that must be recorded in the land records. Otherwise it is automatically extinguished upon the death of the life tenant.
No. Not unless your spouse has executed a Power of Attorney that gives you that authority.
That document would be a Notice of Claim of Lien. Liens can be filed for goods provided or services rendered but not paid for.AnswerA judgment lien, a real estate tax taking, liens for unpaid municipal services such as demolition liens or health hazard clean-ups, special assessment liens such as sew…
You will be held in contempt of court and, depending on the court which issued the order (civil or criminal), you could either be fined (civil) or fined AND jailed (criminal).
Only if your brother in law is a legal notary. The notary must be legal to make the documents legal. The notary needs to be licensed.It is poor practice to notarize your own documents or the documents of family members. In some States it is expressly forbidden.Check with your Secretary of State in t…
There is no limit.
The recorded instrument that is sometimes called a Declaration of
Condominium is the legal document that actually creates a
condominium development under relevant state law.
In Massachusetts it is called a Master Deed. A master deed submits
the real property and the buildings to the statutory pro…
More commonly referred to as a "restraining order" or a "no-cointact order." It is an order issued by the civil court at the request of the petitioner, if they can show sufficient legal grounds to be protected, from the unwanted advances of the respondant, against whom the order is issued. It is a v…
I don't know where you are and that can make a big difference in the answer. In the US, a notary is only witnessing the person signing a document and has no authority concerning the validity of the content of the document. In the US, it would be considered a legal division only if both parties of th…
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The general rule for signatures is that as long as you make some sort of mark that you can identify as your mark, then it is a valid "signature." Even an X is a valid signature as long as the person making the X can identify it as theirs.
As long as the mark made by the person represents their inte…
Copies of documents are 'legitimate.' They may not be acceptable for certain legal situations. In which a notarized copy would have to be obtained.
A quit claim deed itself does not cost anything. However, once you
have it signed it must be filed in the same county as the property
it relates to, which does involve a cost, since the county will
require some type of filing fee. Typically you can expect it to
cost you about $25 to $45 to file a qu…
Whether you can obtain free court records depends on where you're looking, and what kinds of records. In most states/counties/courts, you can travel to the courthouse and ask the court clerk to allow you to search for records in paper files on on a computer - but if you want a copy to take home, you…
It's best to search the deed records to determine the legal description of the mineral interest. You do that by going to the county of the mineral interest and search the index by the owner's name. Use that legal description to insert into a mineral deed, have it signed before a notary public, and r…
The abbreviation Its in a legal document means the title that the
person signing the document holds in a firm. This is applicable
only when you sign a document on behalf of a corporation and not as
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In law; uphold.
A specimen signature is an official 'copy' of your signature that is kept on file and if needed in the future can be used to verify if a signature is genuine.
I'm a felon (sold pot) and half been serving wage garnishment papers and other court documents for a few weeks. So far my "boss" is cool with it. But I'll keep ya posted.
5 years prison in Alaska.
A patent is an intellectual property right granted to an inventor by the United States Government that prevents others from copying and profiting from an invention for a limited time. Patent rights were established in Article 1, Section 8 of the United States Constitution over 200 years ago to enco…
My mom passed away this year and we are trying to close out her accounts and they asked for a Letters of Testamentary...What and Where do I get a letters of Testamentary has a Trust and everything is in that...I'm confused...Please help
In the United States a governor can grant a pardon on a request for clemency.
First, you need to know if the donee is willing to accept donated real estate. You need to know if the donation will be subject to a gift tax. If you want to make a tax deductible donation you need to know the organization is eligible and how to place a value on the donated land. The deed should be …
Generally it does not make a difference, but, there are circumstances such as a lawyers office (where I have worked) that they prefer black ink or, if you start off with blue or black you finish in the same color of ink. Here is an example: How to File for a Fee Waiver: Follow the instructions attac…
A warrant, which has to be signed by a judge.
In the UK they are called search warrants and need the authority of a magistrate.
some agreements are not enforceable by law, so they are not contracts. so does that mean a collaborator agreement is voided out because there is no ending date on it?
The parties are legally bound by the document as long as it is properly executed and signed by the parties. Each is subject to the obligations thereunder. If one party breaches any part the other party has remedies at law.
You can go online in the county the person lives on and look at the
civil court records. In most cases, this will be free. You could
also pull a background check on someone which you can sometimes get
a free copy.
You can dispute inaccurate information on your credit report. You
can start the dispute process by contacting all of the credit
bureaus that are reporting the negative information.
a piece of paper that is supposed to be removed after having a whole be punched in it
A charter is a written document filed with the state that details the major components of a corporation. When the charter is approved the corporation achieves legal existence.
Writ of Assistance
Charter is a legal document giving certain rights to a person or company.
Service of process is a procedure that gives legal notice to a person, like a defendant, of a court or administrative body's exercise of jurisdiction over that person. The legal notice gives the person a chance to respond to the proceeding before the court, body, etc. Service Process usually involve…