1/2 sale of Joint Tennancy
I own a home deeded ” Joint tenancy w/ right of survivorship” w/a FORMER girlfriend. I wish to sell, she either does not, or is dragging her heels while the housing market implodes and the possible selling price drops. Several questions. #1) As a Joint tenant, may I sell MY half interest in the home?? #2) The ”X” has been making noise about going after the assets of my new wife to compensate her for losses on the house. Are any of my new spouse’s assets in jeopardy as a result of this house acquired long before our marriage?. #3) The ”X” has moved in a new boyfriend and his kids, to the home in question. It was MY intent to rent out some of the spare bedrooms to try to offset rent. A I within legal rights, as 1/2 owner of the property, to send invoices to the ”new occupant” for rent. demand for payment, notice to quit???
Notice to Quit / Eviction notice
I am looking for some advice: I recieved a notice to quit from my landlord of the apartment I rent. It states that I have exactly one week to vacate the premises. I pay this landlord by the month. It is two weeks into the month and I have not paid rent to the landlord, but he does have a full months rent in a security deposit. (there is and will be no damage)
This eviction notice was served in hand to me by my landlord and it looks like something he made on his computer. It is signed by him only.
My question is: Since I pay rent by the month, shouldnt I have a months notice to vacate? Also if I dont leave on the date of his homemade notice, and leave instead on the 1st of next month,(when my new apartment is ready) is that illegal? Is his notice legal?
Please help if you have any advice. Thank you.
Property tax adjustment isuue between a buyer and seller
We live in the state of New Hampshire, and on 07/13/01, we purchased one side of a duplex. The seller, at closing, paid the prorated or estimated city/town taxes from 04/01/01 to 07/13/01. When we received the actual tax bill, the taxes had increased from the estimated amount paid at the closing. The seller owes us $57.60 more than he paid us at closing.
He is refusing to pay, claiming that at the closing, we all signed a ”TAX ADJUSTMENT HOLD HARMLESS LETTER” , which frees him of all obligation. We believe that this form is simply to exonerate and hold harmless the bank, and not the seller.
Is the seller responsible for the increase in taxes for the months prior to the closing?
If so, we would like to know where we can find this ”law” or ”rule” to present to him or an arbitrator to support our claim.
I signed a commercial lease in August 07. In November 07 the building was sold. I was never issues a new lease between my LLC and the new owner. Was she required to give me a new lease betwen her (the new owner) and myself? I would like to resolve my lease with the new owner and am wondering if because my lease is not with her and a new one was never issued if I am actually a tenant at will. Was she reuired to issue me a new signed leased between me and her within the first thirty days of acquiring the building? Thanks for your help!
My landlord just called and said she want’s to raise my rent next year. I haven’t been looking for another apartment and there is not much time left. She has another person who would like my apartment, but I don’t want to say that I will or will not renew the lease until I’ve had a chance to look for alternatives.
How much time does she have to give me by law? What are the laws concerning lease renewal? Do I, as a current tenant, have first shot at next year’s lease over another prospective renter? Is there a time before which a landlord may not enter into “next year’s” lease agreement unless I specifically state I intend to Not renew?