You are allowed to move anywhere. You have to be behind on pymts.
yes, but it takes time----pay off debts, don't take on new debt or allow credit to be checked and maintain current accts , not making any late pymts or using more than 40% of total available credit--dispute anything that is incorrect on report, especially negative information
You should see if you can generate a quit claim dated before death from somewhere otherwise it will be tied up in probate forever unless you are related & have basis for a claim with proven pymts, etc.
Please don't attempt. it is dangerous even with the knowledge something could go wrong so trained personnel should be on stand by. It is not cost prohibitive & pymts may even be an option, so make some calls. Hope it works out for you.
Only thru Ebay & not with a wire transfer. PP has a 10k limit, so that is another can of worms & you are not protected by VPP for split pymts. You should have it inspected by a service first. Overall, I think it's too much trouble when you can get anything out there locally.
Unless the court has ordered a payment plan or the tenant/judgment creditor has agreed to a payment plan, then you must pay the lump sum. Otherwise, the tenant/creditor may proceed with collecting the judgment, including garnishment.
What payments are you referring to? It sounds as if the clause refers to the preliminary payments that are often secured PRIOR to allowing the tenant to move in and the lease actually going into effect (i.e.: security deposit - pet deposit - utility deposits - etc). If you've been living there and the payments you are referring to are your rental payments - too late - the lease is already in full effect.
Call your states Housing authority for help loans or if they are in a variable rate checkout the FHASecure loan. Its very difficult to find an FHA Secure lender so contact FHA directly www.hud.gov. Another option would be to try to get a modification from the existing lending. With all the foreclosures banks are working out deals much more often then before. Ie reducing the rate, skipping some payment to catch up. I would checkout all three options. The work out with your lender is usually the best. Mortgage Loan Officer in PA
Lawsuits, man, lawsuits.
It depends which side of the equation you're on: someone making money from copyright, or someone paying for a license.
Australian people stopped making Halfpennies in in 1965. British people stopped making predecimal halfpennies in 1968. British people stopped making decimal halfpennies in 1984. Irish people stopped making Halfpennies in in 1986. New Zealand people stopped making Halfpennies in in 1966.
Apparently they stopped paying their taxes.
You need to inquire at your local housing court. The clerks can advise you of the laws in your state regarding evictions.
Tell the BK administer for the court that the agreed payments have stopped. If he doesn't get in compliance quickly, they will drop his case, removing the stay on your being able to collect...and then you can proceed to attach and seize assets or garnish wages, etc
they stopped paying taxes because the people stopped sending them notices about paying taxes for their house. eventually green bottle street got forgotten.
That has nothing to do with the tenant.
they stopped a long time ago
Some people are saying that they have stopped making bratz dolls, but, they are still on the shelves. They have stopped making them :( and the stores can only sell whats left.They have not stopped making bratz it's just they do not make new ones often.
The series has been completed with Inuyasha the Final Act, so yes they have stopped making Inuyasha.
Well They stopped paying it when Hitler was Chancellor, but then after WW2 they had to start paying it back again and finished in 2010.
They stopped making Pontiac in 2010
Sony hasn't stopped making the PSVita.
Sorry, our crystal ball predicting the future is in the shoppe for repairs, so we cannot foretell what will happen.
I think by the year 2000 they stopped making Supras. As in they built the 1999 suprathen stopped. (I could be wrong)