Yes it is legal because the retired surveyor had it notarized and recorded. It doesn't sound like there anything funny going on here and just a friend helping out with the land description. You sound like a concerned person and this lady is lucky to have you around. If you are suspicious all you have to do is go to City Hall to the Planning Dept., and see how the description of the property was drawn up. * It would only be legal if the survey is correct and if all persons named on the title to the property or their legal representatives were privy to the proceedings. If there was not a formal survey of the land to insure that the plot in question corresponded with the one on file in the land recorder's office then the document is not legal.
It's valid regardless, but if it might be contested, it's best to have it notarized. See a local attorney to have it drawn up correctly and in keeping with your own state's laws.
A system is anything around which an imaginary border could be drawn.
I am not a lawyer, nor am I well-verse in any type of law. But I'm fairly certain a will has to be notarized by the individual in question and thus a will drawn up after one's death would be obsolete.
That is one of the purposes of the probate process. The debts are taken care of first of all. Then the executor will have the ability to have a new will drawn up and the estate distributed.
It is called "The 4th Floor" from 1999. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0167752/ Sadly you cannot download it, and you cannot buy it eighter. I have been trying for ages. Good luck anyway.
"Texas Gov't Code Ann. 406.013 requires a Notary Public to use a seal of office to authenticate all his/her acts. A printed seal does not mean a hand drawn seal."
There are laws regarding the manner in which wills (succession) must be drawn up and filed. These laws vary, depending on the state or province. This website has an article about succession in Ontario: http://www.cbwagnerlaw.com/articles/maybe.php
The politician gave another long, drawn out speech. That water was drawn from this well. That picture was drawn with charcoal. There goes a horse drawn carriage!
A tender brief is where several prospective contractors provide and estimated cost and a description of how the product may be produced. The proposals are discussed by the commissioner and one of the tenders drawn.
Have drawn is present perfect.I have drawn a picture for you.
How much have you drawn from the well? That was a well-drawn caricature of me. Was that drawn with pencil or pen?
A trapezoid can be drawn to fit the description, as a trapezoid is a quadrilateral with two sides parallel and two sides nonparallel.
Use case diagrams can be drawn using CASE tools. Use case diagrams have following basic components actors, use case, relationship between them.
they were drawn into the class room or i was drawn to them i hope that helps :]
it is drawn
That is the correct spelling of "drawn."
drawn to life is awesome
When introducing yourself in an interview or group interview it is important to be brief. Make sure to mention key points about yourself, while not getting lost in a long drawn out description.
Writing a legally binding last will and testament, detailing the distribution of one's estate and all property to the descendants, is the most common way to ensure this. This will must be drawn up by a lawyer and notarized, and kept sealed until one's death.
Past perfect:Had drawn.Present perfect:Have/Has drawn.Future perfect:Will have drawn.
"can be drawn" is a present tense form. The past tense form is "could be drawn".
Metals can be drawn into wires.
they are drawn from east to west