As a co-owner of real property in Utah can I redeem this property before a tax sale?
You should be able to redeem the property. However, there will be interest and costs added to the bill. Just call the tax collector to determine how much is owed.
If wife pays for property with her own income during marriage and husbands name is on nothing is he entitled or can he rent the property without her knowledge in the state of Utah?
== == Utah is an 'equitable distribution of property' state. The courts can consider property that is generally considered separate property included into distribution to the non owning spouse. Southern Utah courts are the worst, doing as they please. Rulings not following civil procedure rules are common and often inequitable. Good luck! Nope, in the United States there are ten community property states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.
In Salt Lake City Utah if wife owns property and husband name is on nothing can he rent out the property without wives knowledge legally?
In Utah a wife can separately own property. The husband has no right to rent the property or to keep the proceeds. Any lease he executes for the property rental would be void because he is not the owner of the property. Perhaps the wife could approach the renter and demand the rent be paid over to her from now on. First she should seek the advice of an attorney.
Some say that the Mormons had to denounce polygamy before Utah became a state. This may or may not be true, as the plans to make Utah a state were in action before the Church officially denounced polygamy. Either way, Mormons arrived there in 1847, Utah became a territory in 1850, Mormons ended polygamy in 1890, and Utah became a state in 1896.
What did the state legislature have to do Before congress would approve of Utah becoming a state in 1896?
The statute of limitations for unpaid loans in Utah is three years. If you have to pay a court fine for a driving infraction, know that in Utah, certain traffic violations like an accident causing property damage or leaving the scene of an accident turn the violation into a criminal offence and the statute of limitations is extended on these cases,.