Deeds and Ownership
Who is responsible for the repair and maintenance of property line fence used to control livestock?
Asked in Property Management
Does the management company for an hoa have authority to stop lawn maintenance on private property?
Asked in State Laws, Property Law
Who is responsible for maintaining tree overgrowth over property lines?
Do wildlife control agencies handle problems with squirrels in your attic?
Asked in Intellectual Property, Property Law
If your tree is hanging over onto a neighbors roof who is responsible for cutting the tree back?
Asked in Wills
Do all keys have to be handed to the executor of a will?
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Dog Behavior
Who is responsible if a dog kills your dog?
this all depends on where it happened. If your dog was on its own property leased or fenced in and the other dog was unleashed and coming on to your property and kills your dog the owner of the other dog is definitely responsible. If your dog got loose and wandered on to the other property you are responsible. If this happened in the street then which ever dog was off-leash the owner of that dog is fully responsible. That is why it is sad when a person does not have control of their animal.
Asked in Domestic Dogs, Dog Behavior
Are you responsible for your dog biting another dog on your property?
Who is responsible for back taxes owed by deceased with no estate?
Asked in Home Buying
Which is a better investment a condo or house?
There are pros and cons on both options. Pros/ house -- You have total control over the property, including upkeep, use and style of architecture You can plant flowers lawns, trees, shrubs according to your personal choice You can store motorcycles, RVs, extra cars and most anything else on your property (as allowed by local law) You can keep any pets you want (as allowed by local law) You can use the investment as a primary residence, a second home or a rental property Cons/ house -- Depending on the size of the property, you are responsible for 100% of its upkeep -- for a single person, a senior person or a student, this can be too much responsibility Pros/ condominium You are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of your unit, and your assessment payments cover upkeep and maintenance of the rest of the property, which you own in common with all other owners, whether you are in residence or not Depending on your governing documents, you may be able to rent or lease your unit Cons/ condominium Storage and parking are limited Access to gardening resources is limited and may not exist You may or may not be able to keep a pet; pet sizes and some breeds are defined Your neighbors -- and their sounds and smells -- are usually only a wall or a floor away You are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the interior unit that you own, even if you do not live in the condominium Pros/ Both You can deduct mortgage interest and property taxes You can make a profit on the sale of real estate Cons/ Both You are tied, geographically, to a specific locale You are responsible for the upkeep, maintenance and 'curb appeal' of your property, even if you are not in residence in the property that you own
Asked in Genetics
What is the nucleus to a cell?
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author D D Jones written?
D. D. Jones has written: 'Wind and Snow Control for the Farmstead' 'Methane Generation From Livestock Waste' 'Aerobic treatment of livestock wastes' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Liquid Farm manure, Manure handling 'Troubleshooting Livestock Environmental Control Systems' 'Natural Ventilation for Livestock Housing'
Asked in Jobs & Education
What are the responsibilities of a document controller?
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
Who is notified when the maintenance status of aircraft or equipment has changed?
Asked in Estates, Property Law, Deeds and Ownership
How does the beneficiary of a trust prove to renters that he is entitled to lease and collect rent on property?
The beneficiary of a trust is not entitled to lease and collect rents on property. The trust property is managed by the trustee and the title to the property is held by the trustee on behalf of the trust. The property is managed by the trustee according to the terms of the trust. Generally, the trustee is responsible for distributing the income and profits to the beneficiaries but the beneficiaries have no control over the trust property.