Cars & Vehicles
Are you allowed to obtain your personal property from your car that was repossessed?
Does a personal guarantee on a commercial loan appear on a credit report and are they liable for personal injury on the property being purchased?
Asked in Repossession, New York
Are the repo agents allowed to come onto private property to obtain the vehicle?
Asked in Loans, Liens, Property Law, Money Management
How can they put a lien on your property for a car loan?
Asked in Repossession, Mortgages, Credit Reports, Credit
How does a house repossession effect your credit?
In the UK if your house is repossessed it will stay visible on your credit file for 6 years. It would be very difficult to obtain credit with this on your file. It is possible to obtain another mortgage but this would be from a specific lender and your monthly repayments would be considerably higher. If you have mortgage arrears or in the process of having your property repossessed this can be stopped. If you type in your address bar "stop repossessions" you should be able to find help.
Asked in Probate
Can you file for probate years after person death?
Yes. Generally that occurs when the decedent owned real property. Title to real property cannot pass to the heirs until the estate has been probated. In the case of personal property, only such property that remains can be distributed through a probate procedure. If the decedent owned such property as bank accounts or other valuable personal property, an interested party can petition the probate court to be appointed the personal representative of the estate whether the decedent died with or without a Will. The personal representative will obtain the authority to distribute any property according to state laws of intestacy or according to the Will if the decedent died testate.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Can you buy another car even though is repossessed?
Asked in Mortgages, Home Equity and Refinancing
Do you have to get a mortgage to buy a house?
No. If you have the cash to pay for the property you do not need to obtain a mortgage. Mortgages are for people who do not have the cash on hand to buy real property. No. If you have the cash to pay for the property you do not need to obtain a mortgage. Mortgages are for people who do not have the cash on hand to buy real property. No. If you have the cash to pay for the property you do not need to obtain a mortgage. Mortgages are for people who do not have the cash on hand to buy real property. No. If you have the cash to pay for the property you do not need to obtain a mortgage. Mortgages are for people who do not have the cash on hand to buy real property.
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
If you obtain an item free from a nonprofit organization is it legal to sell the item?
Asked in Insurance, Auto Insurance
Where can a twenty year-old obtain cargo insurance for pulling a trailer?
If it is business property like gardening equipment, you can cover it under personal property which is separate from your auto coverage. If you rent and have personal property coverage, they should have a limit for the business property on that policy. If it is stuff you sell it would still be business property and they usually cover about $2,500 worth both on and off premises. Check with an insurance agent for a quote.
Asked in Bulgaria
How can one obtain a mortgage to buy a property in Bulgaria?
If you default on a personal loan what personal property can be taken from you by the loan company?
Personal loan is Unsecured loan, that's Why none of the personal property taken by bank. Its happen only in Secured Loan. Answer & Clarification The lender can take you to court and obtain a judgment lien. Once they have the judgment lien they can take anything you have to satisfy the lien: your car; bank account; home; any real or personal property you own. Some creditors are very persistent and the debt grows very fast with interest and costs. Debt collectors can make your life miserable.
Asked in Intellectual Property, Property Law
Which type of law can involve real or personal property?
Essentially any law that specifies its effect on personal property or real property can involve real property or personal property. -- U.S. Const., Amend. V: "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation." Eminent domain law is particularly broad law giving government authorities the authority to assume possession of personal property, real property or rights accruing thereto, of which Amendment V implicates its existence and limits its reach. -- In rem jurisdiction is a type of jurisdiction that can accrue to courts over real property or personal property within the geographical boundaries under the court's grant of jurisdiction. In rem jurisdiction is often exercised by a court where it cannot obtain personal jurisdiction. For instance, even though a court could not order in equity the payment of money by an individual ultra vires to that court as a result of a lack of personal jurisdiction, the court could still exercise in rem jurisdiction over the real property or personal property owned by that individual that is located in the forum. A court to which in rem jurisdiction accrues could lawfully and effectively order possession and other property interests in real or personal property located in the forum transferred to a party adverse to the property interest accruing to such real or personal property, over whom the court can obtain personal jurisdiction, as a remedy benefiting that party.
Asked in Insurance
Should landlords obtain insurance to protect their property?
Asked in Liens, Property Law, Deeds and Ownership
Can your mother put a lien on property that she signed over to your sister with a quit claim when she is an invalid and was not allowed to retrieve her personal property from the building?
Since your mom is an invalid, she may have recourse to signing the quitclaim under duress, but you would need to get legal help. Otherwise, her quickest way to get money for her belongings would be small claims court: but make sure she has proof of the property she left. I do not know what it would take for her to be able to visit the home with a police officer to obtain her items.
Asked in Mortgages, Deeds and Ownership
How do you obtain proof of ownership of real property?
Asked in Insurance, Homeowner's Insurance
Why would my tenants wants to be on my home owner's insurance policy?
Can a spouse obtain a mortgage loan for a new house while separated in Florida?
Asked in Emancipation and Ages for Moving Out
Can a 16 year old buy a house if he is emancipated?
How do you obtain a clear title to inherited property?
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law, Divorce
Is community property acquired after you file for divorce still community property?
Do you pay tax on inherited personal property when you sell it in new york?
You can have a taxable gain on the sale of personal property however you obtain the property. Individuals do no have to pay estate taxes, the estate of a deceased person would have to pay any inheritance taxes due before property was dispersed to the heirs. As to the sale of property by someone who inherited property, you would owe taxes on any gain on have from the sale of such property. You basis (value) of the property is the fair market value of such property on the date of death of the previous owner. This is called a stepped up basis and a benefit of inherited property.