It is in your mortgge document. Usully fixtures stay, appliances can go. Be aware of the difference, if an appliance is build into the kitchen it is a fixture, if it is just plugged in its an appliance. Read your mortgage document, some states allow or it is common that some appliances are considered part of the house. If you take fixtures the lender can ask for restitution.
There are many reasons why a foreclosed mobile home might not be immediately removed from its location. Often this is pending a resale. If you do not want a home to remain on your property after losing it to foreclosure, you will have to legally notify the repossessing owner to remove it.
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Yes, the lender is foreclosing on the property, not the contents.The exception is, any items, furnishings, drapes, blinds, appliances (dishwasher, garbage disposal, etc.) etc. that were installed in the home at the time of purchase.
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If a house has been foreclosed the lender has taken possession of the property and the borrower no longer owns it. Therefore the former owner has no right after the foreclosure to enter the premises. Arrangements to remove personal property should be made prior to the foreclosure sale.
If you remove it. It won't PAST Emission Inspection Legally.
Not legally according to Federal Law.
There is an article on professionalmechanics.com that give you tips on how to remove dents and scratches. The specify cars but you could try on your refrigerator to see if it works
State laws vary.
There isn't any. You have to install a piecing valve. EPA certification test covers this.
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The f...... don't want a bar of it.. I have a neighbour who is a female vet who would like to,to satisfy my request,but legally apparently she can't touch them...
well if u want to u can but if its not allowed u cant!
Yes, you can give them permission to move out. It will not remove your responsibility for their welfare.
Legally you can remove a neighbor's attachments if they are on your property. You might want to consider mediation because disputes like this can escalate into problems.
Legally only the executor can remove property from the estate. Anyone else could be considered to be stealing.
If you mean built-in appliances,it is often the dishwasher.dishwashers are often wedged into a very tight space,and if you hire someone to install it,it may take more labor to remove the old one.The plumbing can also be a concern.
It's illegal to vent the refrigerant into the atmosphere. To do it legally, you need a refrigerant recycling machine
No, the state of Arizona forbids removing any plant from deserts.
Yes, if he does not have a rental agreement. He is a legal adult and the parents are no longer legally or financially responsible for his welfare. The law does, however, presume that the adult person needs to be given a reasonable amount of time (no less than 14 days) to find other lodgings and to remove his or her personal belongings. Please be advised, that personal property includes any items, (furniture, appliances, etc.) that were gifted to the person and not just those items that said person purchased themselves.