What is meant by the term in care of when referring to heir property?
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The testator can will property to anyone they wish. There is no requirement that their family get the assets. Read More
The executor can, but not the heir, it isn't their property. Read More
Ayres or Ayers is an English last name. The -s represents an 'heir', to signify a son or servant. From Middle English, eyer meant 'heir' . Used often, signifying a man who was well known to inherit the main property. Read More
If there is five heirs to one piece of property then no the 1 heir can not sell it without the others consent. The one heir owns only 1/5 of the property and can only sell his share. Read More
A single heir can only mortgage their interest in the property. For example, an heir with three other heirs only owns a 1/4 interest. Most lenders will not loan money on a proportionate interest in real property. Read More
How can you win a case in which property was sold without you being included as an heir to the deceased?
If you own an interest in property as an heir and the property was sold without you joining in. You still own your interest. Read More
Of course, if they're the heir, they have full right to it! Read More
No, they can only rent property that belongs to the estate. If it hasn't been transferred to the heir, it is still a part of the estate. Read More
What happens when an heir to property in the State of Virginia deceases is his ex wife a part of the heir property that was not her family's property?
An ex-wife, unless specifically named in a will created after the divorce, is not entitled to anything. Read More
Yes, she would be considered a natural heir. Read More
You need to explain why a life estate holder is on the verge of losing the property and why you call yourself the heir. Read More
A gift of real property by will is called a devise. Read More
Your brother's wife is not an heir to your sister's property unless she is named in a will. Your brother might be such an heir if there is no will or if a will does not explicitly exclude him. If your brother dies after your sister died, then his estate would be an heir to her property and his widow, as heir to part of his estate, might receive an interest in your sister's property… Read More
Heir is referring to a prince inheriting the throne. Read More
heir means - to receive property or title on the death of another person. Read More
When a person with no next-of-kin dies owning property, their property 'escheats' to the state. Read More
a property is never allowed to remain without owner. as soon as the owner of a property ceases to be so by reason of death or otherwise, the property passes on to the next legal heir. and when there is no such legal heir, it passes on to the state by escheat.. Read More
First, an heir is not an heir until a benefactor dies. Therefore, the person you refer to as the heir has no right to the owner's property while the owner is living. Read More
If you are the executor and heir to an estate with no will can you take a loan against the said estate property?
If you are the executor and heir to an estate with no will, you can you take a loan against the said estate property, but not right away. Lenders typically will not give you a loan on a piece of property until it is in your name. Read More
I think the word you're trying to think of is heiress, but it's not used in a legal sense, as the answer below explains. Read More
She was going to become the heir for all of her sons property and money. Read More
What are my rights if I am a heir and a successor trustee to my mothers estate when the one heir want to quit deed and the other heir want to sell the family property?
quit claim deed prevails Read More
They can insist that the property be sold. But that would not prevent others from buying it from the estate. Read More
The executor of an estate is responsible for the assets of the estate. That means they can bring a lawsuit on behalf of the estate. So, yes, they can accuse or even sue an heir for damaging property. Read More
They do have that ability to have them removed. The property belongs to the estate and the executor is responsible for it. They can rent or sell the property. Read More
On real property can an heir of a person named in a Joint Tenancy with Rights of Survivorship with someone else make a valid claim for ownership of the property?
NO. When two people own property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship and one dies the other AUTOMATICALLY owns the property. You cannot make a claim as an heir at law of the decedent. Read More
From the grandmother? If you are the grandmother's heir, and she doesn't own any property, then you are heir to exactly what the grandmother had -- nothing. Read More
Your fathers property is in default 2 months you plan on selling the property when you are named legal Heir to satisfy loan is there anything that will stop forecloser until I am named legal heir?
Talk with the lien-holder, and probably make a payment a month, until you are named an heir legally, when you then can advance any amount as long as you're the only heir, or with consent of all heirs. :To wit: make sure the bank or realtor/whomever doesn't legally make a foreclosure; after that, the property will be theirs. Read More
Octavian was the designated heir of Julius Caesar. This meant that he not only inherited Caesar's money and property, but his troops and clients too. However he had problems due to his age, (18 years old) the conniving of Cicero, and the jealousy of Marc Antony. However he was able, after a time, to overcome his obstacles and win the supreme power. Read More
If you evict him properly after consulting with landlord/tenant eviction attorney. Are you going to then sell the property and split money with the heir? Read More
The property belongs to the estate. The executor is responsible for the estate and any change to the property needs to go through them. Read More
What if an executrix rejects an offer on a property jointly owned without knowledge or consent of one heir?
That is the option of the executrix. They don't have to get permission from every heir to manage the estate. Read More
Can an heir administrator force the sale of an intestate property and purchase himself at fair the faie market value after offerint the only other heir the same opportunity?
Yes. Read More
The decedent's estate must be probated in order for legal ownership to pass to the heirs. The legal owners are responsible for paying the taxes. If one heir is living on the premises they should all make up an agreement in writing as to who will pay the expenses. Read More
If the heir died after the decedent, any property that was inherited by that heir would become part of that heir's estate. The heir's estate would also need to be probated. Read More
What can an heir to an estate do when your sibling is executor and has not distributed personal property or attempted to sell property as outlined in the will in Texas It has been 3 years?
Get a lawyer and sue to "Partition to sell" said property. Read More
You can bequeath the equity in the property. It is still subject to the mortgage which typically becomes due on the death of the person holding the mortgage. Read More
You can inherit property from your mother-in-law if she mentions you in her will by leaving a gift. If she dies intestate, or without a will, you are not her legal heir. Read More
Can the executor of an estate sign a quit claim deed to sign property over to an heir of the deceased?
That is the duty of the executor. They will distribute the property according to the will or the law. Read More
Yes, if one heir wants to sell and the other doesn't, the other must buy out the first heir or that heir can file a petition to sell the property in the probate court. See related question link. Read More
No. If an person dies owning property their estate must be probated in order for title to pass to the heir(s) legally. Until the estate is probated no one has the authority to convey the property by deed because they don't own the property. No. If an person dies owning property their estate must be probated in order for title to pass to the heir(s) legally. Until the estate is probated no one has the… Read More
red foxes care for its young by guarding heir den and the mother gives he Young milk Read More
to take or receive (property, a right, a title, etc.) by succession or will, as an heir Read More
Only if the executor and probate court agree. Read More
Can an heir who is the trustee of his sister's special needs trust sue her trust to get money for another sibling who was written out of the will?
No. The heir has no right to the funds set aside in the special needs trust. A living donor set that trust up with their own property and the heir has no rights to that property whatsoever. The trust is not responsible in any way for a sibling who was disinherited. Parents are allowed to disinherit their adult children. Read More
In general, no. However, there might be a lien on the deceased obligor's real or personal property (including bank accounts). Read More
They have the ability to determine if the property should be kept or sold. They can't keep it for themselves unless they are an heir and it is part of their share. Read More