answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2005-12-05 13:47:25
2005-12-05 13:47:25

Advice from FAQ Farmers: * Contact the property recorder's or assessors office in the city or county where the deceased owned property. * Place an ad in the local newspaper where the person died and also place an add in the legal press. Contact the Law Society in your area and they will tell you which magazine to place the ad in. However it may be the case that the person never had a solicitor or made a will.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


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.


If the property is owned jointly, you can leave your portion of the property or your portion of the ownership to someone.


If it is your property no. If the property is owned by someone else then yes.


Any property solely owned by the decedent at the time of their death.Any property solely owned by the decedent at the time of their death.Any property solely owned by the decedent at the time of their death.Any property solely owned by the decedent at the time of their death.


The property owned by a trust is the trust res.The property owned by a trust is the trust res.The property owned by a trust is the trust res.The property owned by a trust is the trust res.



yes the island of niihau or whatever is owned by the Robinson family.


No. That property was no longer owned by the decedent if it was sold for unpaid property taxes.No. That property was no longer owned by the decedent if it was sold for unpaid property taxes.No. That property was no longer owned by the decedent if it was sold for unpaid property taxes.No. That property was no longer owned by the decedent if it was sold for unpaid property taxes.


Generally speaking, yes, if you are on your own property, you can carry a gun. If you are on property owned by someone else, it depends on the circumstances.


what percentage of property in California is privately owned


The Robertson Duck Dynasty family is reported to own about 1000 acres of property. The property is divided into several sections including an 800 acre section owned by Phil Robertson.


If the property is owned jointly, the wife is entitled to 50% of the proceeds.If the property is owned jointly, the wife is entitled to 50% of the proceeds.If the property is owned jointly, the wife is entitled to 50% of the proceeds.If the property is owned jointly, the wife is entitled to 50% of the proceeds.



If the decedent owned any property in their own name, yes.If the decedent owned any property in their own name, yes.If the decedent owned any property in their own name, yes.If the decedent owned any property in their own name, yes.


If owned by the decedent, yes. Any property owned by the decedent at the time of death is part of their estate.If owned by the decedent, yes. Any property owned by the decedent at the time of death is part of their estate.If owned by the decedent, yes. Any property owned by the decedent at the time of death is part of their estate.If owned by the decedent, yes. Any property owned by the decedent at the time of death is part of their estate.


Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties.Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties.Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties.Property owned prior to marriage is not considered community property unless it was converted to community property by some action by the parties.


Unless in her will, she said it goes to someone else, yes


It's legal if the traps are on land owned or rented by you or your family, in which case you could even take the traps and resell them. On public land you could move them if they are a hazard to you or your family, but it still counts as the trap owner's property. If the traps are on someone else's land entirely, it's at the discretion of the property owner.


Generally, a probate is required if the decedent owned any property.


If the property is owned by a trust then you need to review the document that created the trust to determine how it can be sold. Generally, the trustee can sell the property but that authority must be granted in the trust document.Note that either the property is owned by a trust or it is owned by three people. You cannot have it both ways.If the property is owned by a trust then you need to review the document that created the trust to determine how it can be sold. Generally, the trustee can sell the property but that authority must be granted in the trust document.Note that either the property is owned by a trust or it is owned by three people. You cannot have it both ways.If the property is owned by a trust then you need to review the document that created the trust to determine how it can be sold. Generally, the trustee can sell the property but that authority must be granted in the trust document.Note that either the property is owned by a trust or it is owned by three people. You cannot have it both ways.If the property is owned by a trust then you need to review the document that created the trust to determine how it can be sold. Generally, the trustee can sell the property but that authority must be granted in the trust document.Note that either the property is owned by a trust or it is owned by three people. You cannot have it both ways.


A rental agreement can be used to rent tangible property owned by another.


Property owned by a trust is not part of a decedent's estate. That is one of the most common reasons that people utilize trusts. If the property was not owned by the decedent at the time of death then it cannot be distributed by a Will.Property owned by a trust is not part of a decedent's estate. That is one of the most common reasons that people utilize trusts. If the property was not owned by the decedent at the time of death then it cannot be distributed by a Will.Property owned by a trust is not part of a decedent's estate. That is one of the most common reasons that people utilize trusts. If the property was not owned by the decedent at the time of death then it cannot be distributed by a Will.Property owned by a trust is not part of a decedent's estate. That is one of the most common reasons that people utilize trusts. If the property was not owned by the decedent at the time of death then it cannot be distributed by a Will.


Well, definitely. An owner can easily tie-up with the franchise or real estate renowned company. A real estate company can single-handedly do all the tasks and sort all the hassle which is for the owner. They could easily organize auction kind of things and do the bidding process. Why would not somebody want to do that? In return, the owner gets a lot of opportunities to interact with his property's potential clients and hope for the best, he gets a good ROI (Return on Investment) by selling his property.


owned is about, six cats and property is about nine cats. See the differnces?


It can depend entirely on how (in what legal form) the property is owned. Contact and ask your timeshare company, they are experienced at answering questions of this type. If the timeshare is owned conjugally by both parties, it can be a problem who should remain as an owner for that unit. To clear things out, you should hire a lawyer to do the arrangement.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.