My wife and I purchased property in Texas 4 years ago. The land supposely had an easement (which my surveyor disagrees with to the point of going to court) running from S-N., to service a mobile home park below us. The owner of this park also has land around us that can be used for ingress and egress for her tenants. But no, she wants to take me to court so that she can continue using my property because it is more convenient. Her property could have a road cut and graveled within 2-3 days at most…incidently by her son who is in the business. Here’s what I have done so far, I placed a sign at the entrance of my property to tell her tenants this entrance is going to be closing on 4/5/10. Do I have the right to do this, and can I place a gate there as well.???? Her attorney has already sent me a letter stating that he will take me to court an charge me with everything the law will permit if I do the above. Need an answer soon. Thank you, BG.
my husband and I have power of attorney over my nieces little girl since she was born around 6yrs ago and we want to legally adopt her what are our rights and what are the biological mothers rights?
i bought a used mobile home in 1998 it fell apart danger to live in i moved out could not pay for it, they told me there was a judgment on it years ago, today i get a letter from a lawyer telling me he is going to take me to court for this i think value of 35,000 and they will take my furniture and ect, i own nothing and rent own no property or hve savings, is there a limitation on when they sue me for this trailer, i called and told them to come and get it back in 1999 for it was falling apart they did not want it. what do i do? when i divorced last my attorney advised me it would be better to let creditors file judgements than file bankruptcy. should i be worried, or is like a small claims court where you go before a judge, what can they do
Who has control of the house after the death of the owner
Recently my great aunt died and had no will nor an excutor of her estate. One of her grandsons had power of attorney but I know that doesn’t supercede death. The house was in her name so who now has authority to decide what happens to the house or who get’s the house? She had one son that has died and a handful of grandchildren, only one of which is mentally capabable and responsible enough, but he doesn’t want it.
Possible Breech of Contract
I entered into a contract with a fellow employee for her to purchase a mobile home from me. She devised a contract for $400.00 for 7 years and I signed my copy and she signed hers, only we did not swap contracts. She is now trying to get out of the contract and move elsewhere. Can she do this without breeching our contract? Does a verbal contract have any power in a court of law?