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Asked in Criminal Law, US Constitution, Warrants
Can a search warrant be issued for a third party residence in Florida?
Don't understand the question. What do you mean by a "third party residence?" ...
Asked in Commercial Insurance
What is third party in construction?
A third party, regardless of the industry, is any entity or being other than the first party, which is you. Property is a "first party" insurance coverage since it covers YOUR property. Liability is a "third party" insurance coverage because it covers parties other than you who might bring a suit against your company. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Auto Insurance
What are the risks covered by a Third Party Car Insurance Policy?
In third party car insurance policy following risks are covered: Liability when death or injury is unlimited Death or Injury caused to a third party Damage caused to third party property ...
Asked in Auto Insurance
What is third party in car insurance?
Third party insurance basically protecting yourself from the actions of another persons. It covers the damage you caused to a third party only - injury, death, and/or property damage caused to a third party in the event of an accident caused by the use of the vehicle. ...
Who is a third party purchaser in a real estate transaction?
An outsider with no legal interest in the property.
Asked in Intellectual Property
Do you agree with the idea that someone can own intellectual property?
Intellectual property is a third party property being owned by a person or entity. This means that intellectual property can, in fact, be owned by someone. ...
Asked in Auto Insurance Claims
What do you do if you were not at fault for the accident but have no insurance?
hope to god the other car has 3rd party insurance. Third Party insurance covers you for damage caused by your car to property owned by a third party in the event of an accident. That means you're covered for any damage you may accidentally cause to someone else's property. ...
What constitutes a leaseback program?
A leaseback program is when a company sells an asset, usually property, to a third party and then leases that property from the current owner. ...
Asked in Deeds and Ownership
What is meant by third party joint tenants?
Your phrase is not a legal term. However, you may be referring to a situation where a property owner desires to transfer her property to herself and another as joint tenants. In Massachusetts the owner now has a statutory right to execute a deed granting the property to herself and another as joint tenants. In many other states a straw must be used. By that method title to the property is conveyed to a third party thereby severing the interest of...
Asked in Adverse Possession, State Laws, Wisconsin
Can a third party claim adverse possession?
The Third-Party Car Insurance policy offers insurance for damages caused to property or life of any third party due to the vehicle that you own. If you are looking for an insurance cover that will protect you, your loved ones in the car and your vehicle too, then you must go for Comprehensive Insurance. Buy Third Party Car Insurance : ...
Asked in Personal Finance, Loans, Mortgages, Home Equity and Refinancing, Debt Responsibility, Money Management
If the second mortgage foreclose who pays the first loan?
If the second mortgagee forecloses and takes possession of the property it must pay the first mortgage or if they sell to a third party that party takes the property subject to the first mortgage. ...
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law, Legal Documents
Who is eligible to be a witness for divorce document?
An unrelated, and uninterested third party. An unrelated, and uninterested third party. An unrelated, and uninterested third party. An unrelated, and uninterested third party. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution, Warrants
Which amendment requires a search warrant to search someones property?
Amendment 4 requires a search warrant to search someones property.
Asked in Deeds and Ownership
How do you find out if you own Mineral Right for Oil?
You need to have the title to your property examined by a professional in your particular jurisdiction. They would search back through all the ownerships of your land to determine if any prior owner granted mineral rights to a third party. ...
How do you find out if a person owns property in Idaho?
To find out if a person owns property in Idaho, you can do a property search. This can be done using an online property search engine. Or you can visit the courthouse in the locality you are looking and search the property records there. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
Explain in detail the difference between trust and bailment?
'Trust' implies whereby one person holds the personal or proprietary rights on behalf of another. 'Bailment' is only the transfer of possession of a personal property to another for a limited purpose (http://www.legalgist.com/meant-bailment). In Trust you transfer the rights of an owner (limited or extensive they may be) to the Trustee for the benefit of the Beneficiary. Whereas in Bailment you only transfer the 'possession' of the property for some purpose e.g. to keep it safe while you're abroad. If a Bailee breaches his duty...
Asked in Deeds and Ownership
A third party with other access has a right of way over a driveway shared by two other owners of other properties. How can you cancel the right of way owned by the third party?
If the owner of the third property was granted the right to use the driveway you need to get a proper release in writing from the owner of that property and record it in the land records. If the third party will not release their rights then your only other option is to bring suit and hope the court accepts your argument as to why their rights should be terminated. You should have the issue reviewed by an attorney who specializes in...