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The lien is valid. A quit claim deed merely transfers the seller's interest in the property; it doesn't guarantee that the deed is free of any encumbrances - for that, one needs a warranty deed.

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The Grantee of a quit claim deed only receives whatever title the grantor had, if any, in the real property. In many states the order of recording establishes the real property rights and it is very likely that the grantee of the QCD is subject to the Attorney Lien because it was recorded first. In addition, if the Grantor executed the QCD in order to avoid the attorney's lien without receiving compensation for the title transfer, that QCD may constitute a conveyance in fraud of creditors and be held by a bankruptcy court to be void.


If your father executed a survivorship deed prior to death, and it was properly recorded in the land records, the property does not become a part of his estate. As the survivor on the deed, his interest passed automatically to you. You are the new owner and you are responsible for the property taxes.You should discuss the situation with the attorney who is handling the estate.If your father executed a survivorship deed prior to death, and it was properly recorded in the land records, the property does not become a part of his estate. As the survivor on the deed, his interest passed automatically to you. You are the new owner and you are responsible for the property taxes.You should discuss the situation with the attorney who is handling the estate.If your father executed a survivorship deed prior to death, and it was properly recorded in the land records, the property does not become a part of his estate. As the survivor on the deed, his interest passed automatically to you. You are the new owner and you are responsible for the property taxes.You should discuss the situation with the attorney who is handling the estate.If your father executed a survivorship deed prior to death, and it was properly recorded in the land records, the property does not become a part of his estate. As the survivor on the deed, his interest passed automatically to you. You are the new owner and you are responsible for the property taxes.You should discuss the situation with the attorney who is handling the estate.


You cannot make changes to a deed once it has been executed and recorded in the land records. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the details and explain how to correct your error if it can be corrected.You cannot make changes to a deed once it has been executed and recorded in the land records. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the details and explain how to correct your error if it can be corrected.You cannot make changes to a deed once it has been executed and recorded in the land records. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the details and explain how to correct your error if it can be corrected.You cannot make changes to a deed once it has been executed and recorded in the land records. You need to consult with an attorney who can review the details and explain how to correct your error if it can be corrected.


Properly executed and recorded instruments of conveyance; real property laws; courts.


If the correction is substantial regarding the parties or the property you need to record a fully executed corrective mortgage. If the correction is minor such as the spelling of a name or a date, a scrivener's affidavit can be recorded reciting the correct spelling or date. You need to contact the lender or the attorney who represented you at your closing.


You need to add more details.If the decedent executed and recorded a valid deed prior to their death with you as the grantee then the property would not be in the decedent's estate at the time of their death. In that case the heirs could not "take" the property.You need to add more details.If the decedent executed and recorded a valid deed prior to their death with you as the grantee then the property would not be in the decedent's estate at the time of their death. In that case the heirs could not "take" the property.You need to add more details.If the decedent executed and recorded a valid deed prior to their death with you as the grantee then the property would not be in the decedent's estate at the time of their death. In that case the heirs could not "take" the property.You need to add more details.If the decedent executed and recorded a valid deed prior to their death with you as the grantee then the property would not be in the decedent's estate at the time of their death. In that case the heirs could not "take" the property.


For real property the lien must be recorded in the land records. The property cannot be sold or refinanced until the lien is paid. If you want to take possession of the property you should consult with the sheriff or an attorney who specializes in representing creditors.For real property the lien must be recorded in the land records. The property cannot be sold or refinanced until the lien is paid. If you want to take possession of the property you should consult with the sheriff or an attorney who specializes in representing creditors.For real property the lien must be recorded in the land records. The property cannot be sold or refinanced until the lien is paid. If you want to take possession of the property you should consult with the sheriff or an attorney who specializes in representing creditors.For real property the lien must be recorded in the land records. The property cannot be sold or refinanced until the lien is paid. If you want to take possession of the property you should consult with the sheriff or an attorney who specializes in representing creditors.


If you owe a debt to an attorney a judgment lien must be obtained through a court process. If the attorney is successful, the lien will be issued and will be recorded in the land records. You will not be able to sell or mortgage your property until it is paid.


If the deed was executed by the "owner" of the property, properly witnessed and recorded then it legally conveyed to the grantee whatever interest the "owner" had in the property. The grantee is the new owner of that interest. A title examination would need to be performed to determine if person who executed the deed was indeed the owner and if they owned 100% interest in the property.


If you are the new owner, of course. Real property ownership is transferred by a deed. If the purchaser doesn't receive a properly executed deed that transfers the property to her then she is not the owner. The new deed must be recorded in the land records immediately.If you are the new owner, of course. Real property ownership is transferred by a deed. If the purchaser doesn't receive a properly executed deed that transfers the property to her then she is not the owner. The new deed must be recorded in the land records immediately.If you are the new owner, of course. Real property ownership is transferred by a deed. If the purchaser doesn't receive a properly executed deed that transfers the property to her then she is not the owner. The new deed must be recorded in the land records immediately.If you are the new owner, of course. Real property ownership is transferred by a deed. If the purchaser doesn't receive a properly executed deed that transfers the property to her then she is not the owner. The new deed must be recorded in the land records immediately.


Generally, a POA only needs to be recorded in the land records if the Attorney-in-fact executes a deed to convey real property. In that case, the POA must be recorded with the sale.


You should contact the attorney who represented you at your closing and bring the error to her attention. The property will be mis-indexed in the land records and a corrective deed should be recorded at the attorney's expense.You should contact the attorney who represented you at your closing and bring the error to her attention. The property will be mis-indexed in the land records and a corrective deed should be recorded at the attorney's expense.You should contact the attorney who represented you at your closing and bring the error to her attention. The property will be mis-indexed in the land records and a corrective deed should be recorded at the attorney's expense.You should contact the attorney who represented you at your closing and bring the error to her attention. The property will be mis-indexed in the land records and a corrective deed should be recorded at the attorney's expense.


AnswerYes. A POA that gives someone the authority to sell or mortgage your property must be recorded where the land is recorded so others can confirm that any document signed by the agent is/was valid. Many jurisdictions require an affidavit by the attorney in fact as to the status of the POA.


Generally, no. You can evict someone from a property you do not own if you are an "agent" of the owner by virtue of a legal document such as a power of attorney or a management agreement recorded in the land records. You should consult with an attorney who can review the details and explain your options.


You need to consult with an attorney and have a corrective deed drafted and recorded.You need to consult with an attorney and have a corrective deed drafted and recorded.You need to consult with an attorney and have a corrective deed drafted and recorded.You need to consult with an attorney and have a corrective deed drafted and recorded.


It will protect against any five-year look-back if it was executed and recorded over five years prior to medical assistance. Estate planning should be done with the help of an attorney who specializes in estate planning.It will protect against any five-year look-back if it was executed and recorded over five years prior to medical assistance. Estate planning should be done with the help of an attorney who specializes in estate planning.It will protect against any five-year look-back if it was executed and recorded over five years prior to medical assistance. Estate planning should be done with the help of an attorney who specializes in estate planning.It will protect against any five-year look-back if it was executed and recorded over five years prior to medical assistance. Estate planning should be done with the help of an attorney who specializes in estate planning.


If it was recorded in the land records you can obtain a copy at that office.If it was not recorded you need to obtain a newly executed confirmatory deed from the grantor.If it was recorded in the land records you can obtain a copy at that office.If it was not recorded you need to obtain a newly executed confirmatory deed from the grantor.If it was recorded in the land records you can obtain a copy at that office.If it was not recorded you need to obtain a newly executed confirmatory deed from the grantor.If it was recorded in the land records you can obtain a copy at that office.If it was not recorded you need to obtain a newly executed confirmatory deed from the grantor.


No. A deed carries with it burdens as well as property rights. Therefore, there must be an acceptance of the deed by the grantee. A deed executed without the grantee's knowledge could be made null. However, the grantee would need to repudiate the deed in writing as soon as she/he learned of its existence. A disclaimer should be recorded in the land records with a request that it be noted on the deed. You should have the repudiation drafted by an attorney who is familiar with the property laws in your jurisdiction.No. A deed carries with it burdens as well as property rights. Therefore, there must be an acceptance of the deed by the grantee. A deed executed without the grantee's knowledge could be made null. However, the grantee would need to repudiate the deed in writing as soon as she/he learned of its existence. A disclaimer should be recorded in the land records with a request that it be noted on the deed. You should have the repudiation drafted by an attorney who is familiar with the property laws in your jurisdiction.No. A deed carries with it burdens as well as property rights. Therefore, there must be an acceptance of the deed by the grantee. A deed executed without the grantee's knowledge could be made null. However, the grantee would need to repudiate the deed in writing as soon as she/he learned of its existence. A disclaimer should be recorded in the land records with a request that it be noted on the deed. You should have the repudiation drafted by an attorney who is familiar with the property laws in your jurisdiction.No. A deed carries with it burdens as well as property rights. Therefore, there must be an acceptance of the deed by the grantee. A deed executed without the grantee's knowledge could be made null. However, the grantee would need to repudiate the deed in writing as soon as she/he learned of its existence. A disclaimer should be recorded in the land records with a request that it be noted on the deed. You should have the repudiation drafted by an attorney who is familiar with the property laws in your jurisdiction.


You don't need to have your own deed as long as it was recorded in the land records to prove you are the owner of the property. When you transfer your property to a new owner your attorney will draft a new deed that transfers your interest in the property.


AnswerThe principal can revoke a POA at any time by executing a signed and notarized revocation stating the name of the attorney-in-fact, the date it was executed and that you are hereby revoking all powers granted under the POA. A copy should be sent to the attorney-in-fact and any facility or business where it has been used in the past. If it was recorded in the land records the revocation should be recorded as well.


No. The buyer does not own the property until the seller has executed the deed to transfer title to the buyer and the deed has been recorded in the land records. The buyer has no rights in the property until they have taken title.


If they have real property you could check in the land records office to see if the Attorney-in-fact has recorded any documents affecting the real estate. If not you will need to ask the person directly.


A partnership agreement, especially between spouses, should be notarized and recorded in the land records if the partnership will own real property. Husbands and wives do not always remain friends and that type of an agreement should be made invulnerable in case it is challenged in the future or in case one partner dies.It should also be noted that if you paid an attorney to draft the agreement then she/he should be answering your question and should have made certain it was properly executed and recorded if necessary. She/he hasn't completed their task yet.A partnership agreement, especially between spouses, should be notarized and recorded in the land records if the partnership will own real property. Husbands and wives do not always remain friends and that type of an agreement should be made invulnerable in case it is challenged in the future or in case one partner dies.It should also be noted that if you paid an attorney to draft the agreement then she/he should be answering your question and should have made certain it was properly executed and recorded if necessary. She/he hasn't completed their task yet.A partnership agreement, especially between spouses, should be notarized and recorded in the land records if the partnership will own real property. Husbands and wives do not always remain friends and that type of an agreement should be made invulnerable in case it is challenged in the future or in case one partner dies.It should also be noted that if you paid an attorney to draft the agreement then she/he should be answering your question and should have made certain it was properly executed and recorded if necessary. She/he hasn't completed their task yet.A partnership agreement, especially between spouses, should be notarized and recorded in the land records if the partnership will own real property. Husbands and wives do not always remain friends and that type of an agreement should be made invulnerable in case it is challenged in the future or in case one partner dies.It should also be noted that if you paid an attorney to draft the agreement then she/he should be answering your question and should have made certain it was properly executed and recorded if necessary. She/he hasn't completed their task yet.


A deed is delivered from the seller to the buyer at the closing. At the time of your purchase, if you were represented by an attorney, your deed was recorded in the land records and the original was mailed back to you. If your original is lost, you can obtain a copy at the land records office for a nominal fee. In Massachusetts the land records are available online in most counties and you can print a copy from your home computer. If your deed was not recorded then you must find it and record it in the land records. If you can't find it then you have no proof that you own the property. If you inherited the property. The decedent's estate must be probated in order for legal title to pass to you. Although the probate records will show your legal title to the property, the attorney who handled the estate can draft a proper deed for you than can be recorded in the land records.


Generally only if they are used to transfer the title to real estate. In that case they must be recorded with any deed or mortgage executed by the attorney in fact on the behalf of the principal.



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