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  • Re: Buyer didn't file deed and is MIA, what now?

    [quote user="dobiedisco"]Such a stressor for a $3000 lot.[/quote] Yeah, sounds a bit like a timeshare ;-) At least you have an interested buyer. Best of luck!
    Posted to Real Estate (Forum) by karen2222 on Tue, May 23 2017
  • Re: Trustee failed to transfer deed - california

    [quote user="SW93304"]I despartely need help and If there is any chance that I can get something done that can help me get my home back I want to try and if I have to sue my sister then so be it.[/quote] The California statute of limitations to enforce a contract is only 4 years - less if the contract was not in writing. So if your agreement
    Posted to Estates, Wills & Probate (Forum) by karen2222 on Sun, May 21 2017
  • Re: Buyer didn't file deed and is MIA, what now?

    [quote user="dobiedisco"]What are my options?[/quote] Is this lot located in Texas, and if not, in what state is it located? It would probably be good to know what the statute of limitation is on enforcing a contract to sell real estate, and that varies by state. My personal opinion is that this is too complicated and unusual a situation to
    Posted to Real Estate (Forum) by karen2222 on Sun, May 21 2017
  • Re: Trustee failed to transfer deed - california

    [quote user="SW93304"]my home was all I had. It was paid for so I had no mortgage payments.[/quote] [quote user="SW93304"]May 4 a man walks up to my mailbox and puts a handwritten note in and it said that he was the person my sister sold my home to. He is a realtor and when I called him he told me that the house was a short sale
    Posted to Estates, Wills & Probate (Forum) by karen2222 on Sun, May 21 2017
  • Re: Trustee failed to transfer deed - california

    [quote user="SW93304"]Oct 2010 my siblings (other beneficiaries) negotiated a buy out so that I can keep my mothers home.My son and I paid them 18000.00 as agreed and my sister (trustee of the living will) was suppose to transfer the deed into my name (Oct 2010)[/quote] Did you, and your sister in her capacity as trustee, sign a written purchase
    Posted to Estates, Wills & Probate (Forum) by karen2222 on Sun, May 21 2017
  • Re: Do I have a record if a case was closed? no arrest or charge

    [quote user="gangela123"] Removing the fact that I worked two weeks, worth $700, an assistant signed my timesheet. [/quote] So are you saying they underpaid you by $700 based on the assistant-doctored timesheet - and then demanded you also pay them another $700??? Regardless, if this happened over 15 years ago, there is nothing you can do
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Tue, May 16 2017
  • Re: Do I have a record if a case was closed? no arrest or charge

    [quote user="gangela123"]Yes, I met with the police officer (investigator) and the former employer.[/quote] If the former employer was there too, that makes it much less likely it was a simple case of extortion. If that employer paid you for $700 worth of hours you didn't actually work, then of course you owed them that money whether it
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Tue, May 16 2017
  • Re: Do I have a record if a case was closed? no arrest or charge

    [quote user="gangela123"]The following day, we met in an office building.[/quote] Who was "we"? Just you and the supposed police officer, or just you and the employer, or all three? If it was just you and the "officer," he might have been a police officer but probably wasn't, and I'd bet he pocketed your money himself
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Tue, May 16 2017
  • Re: Do I have a record if a case was closed? no arrest or charge

    Are you SURE that was a police officer on the phone? You might have been scammed. It's extra suspicious if they seemed anxious for you to pay by an anonymous method like a money order (in other words, if the reason you paid that way was because they requested it, not because you chose it). I very much doubt there is any record of this event, but
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Mon, May 15 2017
  • Re: Does running away result in a juvenile criminal record and w

    [quote user="gangela123"] Do I have a juvenile criminal record.[/quote] Not because of this event. [quote user="gangela123"]I read that running away is not a criminal offense in these two states.[/quote] I didn't check Tennessee because you say you ran away from your home in Florida, but according to this brochure from the Florida
    Posted to Criminal Law (Forum) by karen2222 on Mon, May 15 2017
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