If you left something on someones property do you have the right to go and get it without the consent of the owner of that property?
No. You need to seek permission from the owner.
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File a lawsuit in the appropriate court in the city or county where the debtor owns property.
Answer . \nNO! That is why they have escrow, title insurance, etc. The lender will not give a dime if all owners are not on the refinance application. A thorough title search will reval your name on the property. Email me through email@example.com
Can someone remove a car from private property without asking owner to remove it himself not a repossession company?
The owner of the property where the vehicle is located can remove it/ have it removed, in most cases without the necessity of notifying the owner of the vehicle.
That depends on your local ordinances. Some jurisdictions allow fences on the property line, others require a setback. Check at your town hall.
Matters such a locks are usually covered in a written lease. If it's not covered or if there is no written lease you probably can. BUT, you must give the landlord a key. The landlord has the right to enter in an emergency and upon reasonable notice to the tenant to inspect the premises. Keep in m…ind that landlord / tenant relationships without a written lease are generally governed by state law, so the conclusion may differ from state to state. . Answer . When I was a landlord, there was an option to change the keys for a tenant. I had it done at my cost and held a key. Most locksmiths will not change the keys if you do not own the home. . Answer . In many commercial leases the tenant is EXPECTED to change the locks and the landlord may not want to even have a key. For example, when renting a self-storage unit, the tenant would typically add his or her own lock to the unit. Upon default or emergency, the landlord would simply break the lock to gain entry, then put on a new lock. ( Full Answer )
Why do you have to go through probate when a husband who was sole owner left the property to his wife in his will?
Legal title to real property cannot pass to the heirs until the estate is probated. The Probate court examines the will and determines that it is valid according to state law and that it is indeed the Last Will and Testament of the deceased. The probate process provides creditors with an opportunity… to make claims against the estate. Probate records and land records are public records. Property titles must be made public and they must be registered in a place where the world can determine who owns any certain property. If we allowed the title to property to pass in a will that doesn't need to be probated then eventually we would be unable to determine who owns property. The careful registering of land titles is a premier indicator of an intelligent and prudent society. ( Full Answer )
Can a home owners association representative enter privately owned property and conduct a survey and report of said property without notification or prior consent from the owner?
You need to check the Homeowners' Association Rules and Regulationsfor any provision that would allow such an action. If thatprivilege was not reserved in the association documents, and theowner didn't grant that right in any other signed document then theanswer would be NO.
Answer . As a co-owner of real property by deed you have the right to the use and possession of, and the profits from the property.
Can a person who is a joint tenant with right of survivorship in a piece of property in West Virginia convey their interest without the consent of the other tenants?
Answer . Yes. An interest in a joint tenancy may be conveyed to a third party. The grantee would become a tenant in common with the other owners.
Generally speaking you become the legal owner when the deed is recorded. However, there are troublesome practices in certain states that blur the distinctions of who is the legal owner such as states that allow "contract for deed" transactions.
Are property rights secure if a government can quarter military troops upon its citizens without its consent?
Property rights are most secure when human rights are most respected. Democracy strives for civilization in which every member of society will share according to his merits.
A property owner who grants a right of way still owns the land but the land is subject to whatever rights were mentioned in the grant of ROW. The land owner cannot block the ROW. The landowner has the right to not have their land damaged in any way by the use of the ROW except for wear and tear from… normal use. ( Full Answer )
Can a joint tenant with right of survivorship sell their half of the property without consent of the other?
\n. \n. \nYes. However, they would need to find a buyer who is willing to share the use and possession of the property with the other tenant. If you sold your interest, the owners would become tenants in common.
Yes if they call the cops on you because you are on their property you can and will go to jail because it is called Trespassing.
What is the Kentucky law on abandoned vehicles left on private property vehicle is not property owners?
I had a problem where an old room mate left his jeep in my driveway for like 3 months. I called the court house, they told me to send a certified letter to the owner or post a notice ad in the newspaper to notify the owner to remove it. Give them 30 days to respond. It is "abandoned" if left on your… property for 3 days without the owner contacting you. After 30 days the kid never called or came and got the jeep, so I sold it for junk. The kid called the cops and the cops told him the vehicle was abandoned and I sent a certified letter, so it was a "civil" matter. With me sending the letter and having evidence of that he lost in court. I finally got the rent he owed me. ;) ( Full Answer )
Can you describe the property? Can you find it relative to something else, or locate it on a map? If it's right beside your property or another property that you have the address of, find that address in Geodata; the parcels adjacent to the address you look up are labeled. If it's not near you…rs or any address you can find but it is beside a road, go to a search engine like Google Maps that has street view and type in an intersection nearby. When you go to street view, turn and move your viewpoint until you are looking at the property you want to find the owner of. There should be an approximate address. Then contact your local Register of Deeds office. If you only have the approximate address, tell them you're not sure what property it is but you have an approximate. A lot of deeds come with little maps, and all of them will reference something that allows the property to be decisively determined, so if nothing else searching for properties near the approximate address may find you what you need. If there's no street view available or no approximate address, and you're looking at a property in a city, then the street signs will have the block numbers on them -- or, ours do, and most of the street signs from other cities that I've seen do; I don't actually know that this holds true for cities I've not visited, and I know many county or non-government signs omit them. But if they have them, you can tell the Register of Deeds office's clerk that you're looking for a property in that block. Other than that, I have no idea, but you could always ask your Register of Deeds office. ( Full Answer )
Generally, the local government does not need your consent to demolish a condemned property. It derives its power from statutory laws that address public health. As long as the city followed the requirements set forth in the law, it can demolish the building, clean up the property and place a lien o…n the property in the land records for the cost of the demolition. You would be required to pay that cost when you sell the property or try to finance a new construction. ( Full Answer )
If someone is hurt on anothers property but not by the property owner can the victim sue the property owner?
Yes. But the success of the lawsuit depends on the circumstances and whether you can prove some sort of negligence or strict liability on the part of the property owner. You should seek the advice of an attorney or make a claim against the owner's insurance company for your expenses.
Can someone come on to your property without permission and take something they believe they have partial ownership in?
The answer I received from Law Enforcement was "Yes". I had a hot tub stolen by a former tenant and was told that it was a "civil matter" and not a "criminal matter" when I spoke to the police. Pursuing a case would have cost more than the hot tub was worth.
You need to provide more details regarding the nature of the trust. Generally, if there is a trustee involved then title to the real estate is in the trust and not what you refer to as the "owner". The trust is the owner. The trustee powers are set forth in the document that created the trust. You n…eed to review those provisions to ascertain the powers of the trustee for selling real estate. ( Full Answer )
Depends where in the world you are. . In the UK and Australia the servient tenant has a much better hand than servient tenants in the USA where the common law has developed differently.
Hopefully your "friend" will be able to recall, or they may know, who it was they sold your things to and you can request their return. If not, you are out of luck.
In most states and with most banks, the answer is no. It can get complicated in a couple of states though. I am aware of several cases where a more that one person was on title for a home. Only one of them applied for and received a second mortgage, the other was not aware. It is best to check o…n your state laws. If you are the only one on title, I can not see this happening with a 2nd mortgage. ( Full Answer )
We have a property that was granted a right of way when adjacent property was sold. The owner has fenced off the right of way except for about 20 ft. Where do we go to get help with this issue?
You need to consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate law. Take a copy of your deed and the other owner's deed with you as well as a copy of any recorded plans that show your properties.
If someone is assaulted on anothers property but not by the property owner can the victim sue the property owner?
The answer to your question depends on the details of the assault and the property owner's relationship with the assailant. There are so many possibilities they are too numerous to name here. However, if the property owner was responsible for the acts of the assailant such as being the employer and …failing to supervise, or providing alcohol that resulted in the situation, there may be some liability. If the owner owed some duty of care to you, there may be some liability. You need to discuss the situation with an attorney who specializes in personal injury law who could review the details with you and explain your options. That type of case is handled on a contingency basis and an attorney would not take that type of case unless there were damages and substantial enough evidence to support a lawsuit. Some of the first questions you will be asked are: Was the assault reported to the police?; Did you press criminal charges?; Are there hospital records that document the injuries? ( Full Answer )
If a person has lifetime rights to property designated in deed can property be sold without that persons consent and signature?
The property can be sold but the new owner would take title subject to the life estate. The interest of the life tenant wouldn't change. In order to sell the property free of the life estate the life tenant would need to consent to the sale by joining in the deed.
If someone has lifetime rights to a home and they die does the owner of the property have any right to go into the home and take any of its contents?
If the property inside the home was the sole property of the decedent the property will pass according to the decedent's will or by the laws of intestacy if the decedent died intestate or without a will. You can check the laws of intestacy at the related question link provided below.
If they co-signed a lease they should check the property regularly and also make certain the rent is being paid on time. A co-signer on a lease is responsible for paying the rent if the primary lessee doesn't and is also responsible for paying any damages that go beyond the security deposit.
If any funds were returned they would become part of the decedent's estate. If the suspect agreed to pay the funds back, in writing, the funds should be paid to the estate.
If I agree to purchase a residential property from an owner but that property is currently being leased to someone what rights do I have?
If you purchase this property, you will assume the position of landlord under the existing lease with the tenant. Your rights and responsibilities are determined by the lease and your state's landlord-tenant laws. It is a good idea to talk with a real estate attorney in your area before purchasing t…his property to ensure that the lease protects your rights and you won't have any surprises after closing (e.g. tenant demands deposit refund, major repairs, etc.) ( Full Answer )
No one can absolve liabilty. It cannot be done with a permission slip or a waiver. Liability can be "spread," that is to say, if you were to do some work on your neighbor's property, and you signed a waiver attempting to absolve him of any liability for injuries you might receive, what you are in ef…fect doing is taking at least 50% of the liability upon yourself. Liability does not go away because of a piece of paper, no matter how many signatures are on it. You haven't provided enough detail about your situation. You should consult with an attorney who can review the actual details and explain the law in your jurisdiction. ( Full Answer )
What if your name is not on the deed but your husband left the property to you in his will. Will the property go to you?
Yes. As long as the will was drafted properly according to state laws the court will approve it and the property will pass to the surviving spouse as long as there are no debts that must be paid by selling the real estate. The estate must be probated in order for title to pass to the surviving spous…e legally. The property will be subject to any encumbrances that existed prior to your husband's death such as a mortgage. ( Full Answer )
No. A co-owner can only sell their own interest in the property. In many states a tenant by the entirety, a tenancy reserved for married couples, cannot convey their interest in the property. If two people own property and only one wants to sell, that party can offer to sell their interest to th…e one who wants to keep the property, at a fair price keeping in mind that other legal solutions can be extremely costly. If that doesn't work the one who wants to sell can file a petition to partition in a court of equity and ask the court to order a sale. If the court allows the petition it will appoint a commissioner to have the property appraised. The commissioner will market it through a real estate agency and sell once an acceptable offer has been made. The costs associated with a sale by partition are high since court costs, legal costs and several professionals must be paid from the proceeds. Once all the costs have been paid the net proceeds are divided equally among the owners. ( Full Answer )
First, that depends on whether you are the sole owner. You can only transfer your own interest. If you live in a community property state you may need your husband's consent. You should consult an attorney in your area.
The owner is the only one with the property rights unless they have assigned rights in writing to another party who can act on their behalf.
No. Not unless the right to revoke was reserved in the original grant. A life estate expires when the life tenant dies, by a court order or by their release in writing.
What rights does an alternate owner on property tax records have to the property if listed as in care of?
The only person with rights to the property is the grantee on the deed . If the tax bills are sent "in care of" another person that other person acquires no interest in the property.
Answer . it depends what it is, if it is a house then no, u would most certainly have to have the consent of the other person if it is something not as valuble then yes i suppose you can... i hope that helped.. what if it's a car
Rights previously sold to coal, oil, or gas are recorded as part of the deed, as are "right of way" rights shared or own (exclusively) by another party such as for a shared lane (road) to enter the property. Encumbrances is a catch all word that encompasses all the different types of rights and …restrictions that can affect an owner's rights in real property. ( Full Answer )
Yes, but only if the tree is (or branches) is sticking onto someone else's property. They are allowed to cut trim those branches on their property.
The co-owner can only transfer their own interest in the property.If there are four owners the interest of one would be a one-quarterinterest. A co-owner can transfer their own interest in theproperty without the consent of the others.
The language in the document that created the easement must be reviewed by a legal professional. For this type of situation you need to consult with an attorney who can review the situation and explain your rights and options. It is likely that you will need to, at least, have a letter sent from an …attorney to the property owners if you find they are violating your easement rights. The language in the document that created the easement must be reviewed by a legal professional. For this type of situation you need to consult with an attorney who can review the situation and explain your rights and options. It is likely that you will need to, at least, have a letter sent from an attorney to the property owners if you find they are violating your easement rights. The language in the document that created the easement must be reviewed by a legal professional. For this type of situation you need to consult with an attorney who can review the situation and explain your rights and options. It is likely that you will need to, at least, have a letter sent from an attorney to the property owners if you find they are violating your easement rights. The language in the document that created the easement must be reviewed by a legal professional. For this type of situation you need to consult with an attorney who can review the situation and explain your rights and options. It is likely that you will need to, at least, have a letter sent from an attorney to the property owners if you find they are violating your easement rights. ( Full Answer )
Of course not. If you know someone has planted marijuana on your property you must report it to the police or you will be charged.
How the atomic number properties generally change as you go from left to right in the periodic table?
The atomic number properties generally change as you go from left to right in the Periodic Table by increasing 1 each element.
How the melting temperature properties generally change as you go from left to right in the periodic table?
The melting temperature properties generally change as you go from left to right in the periodic table by no specific trend/no detail pattern.
The melting temperature properties generally change as you go from left to right in the periodic table by going down/decreasing.
That depends on details such as the laws in your jurisdiction, who owns the property and whether you live in a community property state. That depends on details such as the laws in your jurisdiction, who owns the property and whether you live in a community property state. That depends on details …such as the laws in your jurisdiction, who owns the property and whether you live in a community property state. That depends on details such as the laws in your jurisdiction, who owns the property and whether you live in a community property state. ( Full Answer )
No. The deceased owner's estate must be probated in order for title to vest in the heirs legally. Until title is vested they cannot execute a deed that conveys good title. No. The deceased owner's estate must be probated in order for title to vest in the heirs legally. Until title is vested they ca…nnot execute a deed that conveys good title. No. The deceased owner's estate must be probated in order for title to vest in the heirs legally. Until title is vested they cannot execute a deed that conveys good title. No. The deceased owner's estate must be probated in order for title to vest in the heirs legally. Until title is vested they cannot execute a deed that conveys good title. ( Full Answer )
Is your mother has the right to sell your house or any property without a consent from her children?
If you mean sell her own house - yes. If you mean sell your house - no.
A co-owner may only sell what they own- their proportionate interest in the property. They cannot sell the interest of the other owner. . A co-owner may only sell what they own- their proportionate interest in the property. They cannot sell the interest of the other owner. . A co-owner may only se…ll what they own- their proportionate interest in the property. They cannot sell the interest of the other owner. . A co-owner may only sell what they own- their proportionate interest in the property. They cannot sell the interest of the other owner. . ( Full Answer )