Can some one force you to sell them your land if you change your mind about selling to them and the final papers have not been signed?
my now x- husband inheritted land when his father passed away .his brother wanted to buy our land . and agreement was met on price and he and i signed letter of exceptence then i signed the final papers but he did not . so can the brother make him sell ?/
In most states if you accept an apartment, move in it, and pay the rent, it is an agreement to the acceptance of the terms and conditions on the lease, whether signed or not. If the landlord gives you the keys and accepts the rent, it is an agreement on his part of the terms and conditions, whether signed or not.
If the signed final divorce papers have been submitted to the courts then can a person go in and revoke them before the judge signs them?
If a final sales agreement and loan papers have not been signed is the deal still an obligation to purchase?
Mortgage cosigner dies a week before closing but father has power of attorney Cosigner already signed the preliminary papers can power of attorney still hold up at closing or is it void now?
The question states, "...cosignor already signed the PRELIMINARY papers..." I believe that they key to the answer lies in the word "preliminary." If the FINAL documents for financing have not yet been signed then the decedent's estate may be under no legal obligation to coninue on with an, as yet, un-ratified contract. You need to consult an attorney familiar with your state's law in this matter.
No. The appeal is the answer from your spouse for your filing for divorce. A divorce in CA takes 6 months for a basic no fault divorce and with no other problems. Since CA is a community property state you need to settle all the assests in the marriage. Your divorce isn't final until you get the final signed court papers.
In Texas is a divorce final if the judge and both particpants have not signed the final dissolution document?
It matters a lot what state you're in. I'll answer it as though you're in Texas. Yes, you can file the Petition by mail to get the divorce started, but it's highly unusual for the judge to sign the final papers without either husband or wife standing before the judge with agreed papers to be signed, and it'd be difficult for you to do that while locked up. The judge won't sign a capias or…
When is a divorce finalized in the state of California from the time the first person served the other or when the other one contests it?
Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge. Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge. Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge. Neither is correct. A divorce becomes final after the judgment of divorce is signed by the judge.
Hazardous materials shipping papers are signed by the shipper to certify that the shipment has been packaged, marked, labeled and documented in compliance with the relevant transportation regulations. They may also be signed by a number of people along the way. Including the driver of the first mode of transport (tanker, container truck etc) - to signify the load is secure and not leaking. Every time the load is passed onto another mode of transport…
You and your husband are separated and you are no longer together but you are waiting for him to sign the divorce papers i don't love him anymore and i want to date but i don't know if it is wrong?
As long as you are Legally separated - have separation papers you have both signed, have proof of separate residences then you should be okay. If the divorce isn't going well or if he is contesting it then be careful - wait until the divorce is final or it could make things more complicated and used against you.
What happens if the final divorce papers are not signed by the Petitioner but are signed by Respondent after 30 days of the Judge finalizing the divorce?
If the judge has signed them, the parties' signatures are not required. If one party has prepared the decree following the judge's oral pronouncement, and if the other party fails to sign the proposed draft of the decree of divorce so that it can be submitted to the court, then the drafting party should file a "Motion to Enter" with a copy of the proposed decree attached to the motion and seek a hearing on…