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  1. Re: Must We Both Transfer the Title Simultaneously

    I can't begin to conceive how this could not be possible (unless the "other person" is immobile or something of that sort).




    I doubt there is any state in which a buyer and seller (or...
  2. Re: Using a Right of Way or Easement for Leverage

    Duplicate thread.
  3. Re: Car Dealer Disclosed Incorrect Mileage in Ads and on Statement

    No one who hasn't reviewed all of the relevant documents -- especially anything you've signed -- can intelligently assess your options.
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    Termination of an Easement: Re: Terminating a Easement

    That's the point where you should have walked out of his office or hung up the phone.




    We have no way of predicting the future in this regard.
  5. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    You've been to all 58 of them? In any event, it would be illegal for any non-lawyer to give legal advice, so it's a rather moot point.




    That's way too broad to be true. There are...
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    Termination of an Easement: Re: Terminating a Easement

    Sounds like you're dealing with a license, rather than an easement. You should take the relevant documents to a local real estate attorney for advice.
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    Termination of an Easement: Re: Terminating a Easement

    "A number of years" implies more than one year, but beyond that, it's a vague as "a while." How long has this person ("party"?) been using this road? Did you own the property when he/she started...
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    Re: Inherited Property in Cal

    This isn't a matter of "belief." What does the deed by which the personal representative/administrator of the estate transferred title to the property to the three of you say (e.g., Joe Blow, as...
  9. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    Yes to both questions, but that doesn't mean that your visit to the assessor's office will be productive or that you can get an adequate remedy from small claims court.



    At least one California...
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    Re: Visits During Covid-19

    Responses from another site.
  11. Deeds - Quitclaim: Re: Can Land Quit Claimed to a Utility Company Later Be Sold As Part of a New Lot

    I'm not sure why you refer to this as "my deed." I assume what you mean is that, in 1914, the then owner of the property executed a deed that gave an easement to an electric company. Right?



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  12. Re: Obligation of HOA to Notify Owner of Dues Increase

    Where are you getting this? This isn't correct. While I don't disagree that a waiver argument could be made, more evidence than the mere acceptance of the lower rent would be needed to sustain such...
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    Re: Making an Offer to Settle Judgement

    This is a factual question, and no one here has any insight into the facts relating to your situation.




    Seize what property? Who are "they"? Those questions aside, I have no knowledge...
  14. Sex Offenses: Re: Sex Offender Registration for Peeing in a Park at Night

    The following is from the other thread that "PayrollGuy" started as a result of he OP private messaging him/her:




    FSA section 800.04(7)(b) simply says that a person who is 18 or older "who...
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    Re: Spousal No Contact Order No Violence

    Is this the same friend who was charged or someone else? If it was someone else, how is that person a reliable source of information about something like this on a Sunday evening?




    And...
  16. Termination of Support: Re: In the Age of Coronavirus when is "High School Graduation"

    Fun fact: High school graduates typically don't receive their diplomas at the graduation ceremony. Many students don't get the diplomas -- and don't actually graduate -- until completion of summer...
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    Sex Offenses: Re: Wrongful Conviction- and I'm the "Victim"

    If "they . . . won" and he was convicted, that means your statement that "they had no proof" is absolutely incorrect. A conviction could not have occurred unless the evidence presented convinced the...
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    Re: Spousal No Contact Order No Violence

    Informed by whom? An order issued by whom?




    Just because your friend doesn't know the reason doesn't mean there isn't a good reason (assuming an order actually exists, which is anything but...
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    Re: Not on lease, locked out of apt

    You "employed" her to do this? Did the application disclose that you would also be occupying the premises?




    What sorts of "statements"?
  20. Trusts: Re: Is California Living Trust Valid in Oklahoma

    Please keep your questions on the same topic together.
  21. Trusts: Re: Can a California Attorney Both Notarize and Witness a Trust S/He Creates

    As explained at the other site where you posted about this, neither witnesses nor notarization are required, and it is unlikely that your friend's trust needs to be redone.
  22. Non-Performance and Breach: Re: Contractor Does Not Provide Receipt After Getting Paid

    You're asking us how to contact your contractor?
  23. Non-Performance and Breach: Re: Contractor Does Not Provide Receipt After Getting Paid

    I'm confident that you can do a great many things and that you know your abilities better than anyone who will respond here.

    As far as I can tell, your only complaint (other than the low quality...
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    Asset Protection: Re: Medicaid, Trust Distribution, Assets

    Oregon does not now, and has not at any time in the recent past, allowed the formation of common law marriages. If a common law marriage was formed in another state that does (or, at the time of...
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    Re: Indemnification Revision

    Yes. A lawyer you retain and pay for can do that and is the only person who should do it. While many folks who post here regularly are lawyers (and I don't know if any are admitted in New York), at...
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