I purchased a Mobile Home from my Grandmother in June 2007, for the amount of $2,000. The actual value would’ve been slightly higher but it needed quite a bit of work. I have a signed Bill of Sale stating the purchase price of $2,000 and also a signed Paid in Full Receipt. In this last month my Grandmother has gone on Title 19 and she needed to claim her assets from the past 5 years. My Grandmother and My Uncle(power of attorney for the last 4 weeks) stated to them- she sold her trailer for $9,000 and that she was only paid 900.00. All of which is not true. Now they want me to pay the difference of $8,100. I am wondering is this legal ??? Thank you in advance for any help in this matter.
Thirty Notice To Quit
I been living in this apartment for over 8+ years,paid the rent ontime every month.Recently I received a Notice To Quit and then I called the landlord to find out why and he said because theres too many people living in that aprtment.I asked him how many are there in my apartment and he said 4.the apartment is a 2 bedroom with husband and a wife and 2 kids living in there.now how come he never said anything before but right now??what should I do?
”hold harmless” property settlement in divorce
A man and woman divorce.
They had purchased a mobile home that was awarded to the woman. In the decree, signed by the judge, it says the man is to be ”held harmless” in regards to the payments on the mobile home, the woman is solely responsible. The woman defaults after 7 years, the mobile home is reposessed by the mobile home company it was purchased from. Can the mobile home company sue the man, who is to be ”held harmless”? They have informed the man that they are going to pursue this.
if a lease says “tenant agrees to lease on a month to month bases for at least one year” is this a month to month lease or a year. we are trying to get out of it and it has only been 1 month
I am selling my home on a contract for deed. I owe $98,000 on a $100,000 mortgage loan. I am selling the home for $105,000 and asking for 7.65% down, which is what our interest rate is with the lender. Do I need to ask to run a credit check on my buyer and ask them to take out title insurance?