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You've undoubtedly caught on, but just make sure you ask for a time of death appraisal. That'll be old hat for your appraiser.
Has the sale closed? I hope you have time to get an appraiser in there before the new owners move in
No, that is the county tax appraisal. You want to hire a real estate appraiser.
There is a lot of money at play. Using a real estate appraiser for a time of death appraisal is much more appropriate in this situation than Zillow.
How was the value at time of death figured? $150K is a pretty big increase, but certainly plausible.
The US Treasury has issued the 1099 for every US Savings bond I have redeemed
Maybe youíll get the same judge as your trespassing trial. That is as about how everybody else was stupid too.
There are also multi-family buildings which can run into the low $100,000,000. And could involve rebuilding the domestic and/or fire supply piping, the sewer mains, the check valves or require a...
Interesting that when you quoted me you didn’t include the plural SFRs, indicating a development composed of multiple SF homes
The use of the word development also implies multiple.
Tell people they're wrong and then bail when it's pointed out that actually it's you
And alcohol is classified as a depressant, and the law is not used against hop-heads
Where do you get that?
Where did I say he wasn't? I tried to say that we don't know if it is a development of SFRs or a big multifamily.
Most water and sewer districts in Washington are utility authorities, and in fact most water districts are separate entities from the sewer district, but that can vary. Since there were only two...
Iím not sure why you made that assumption of what we know.
I've never had a problem with Seattle once I had stamped plans in hand. My job never involved procuring the plans or the development end of things.
The OP did have a problem two years ago when...
Everyone does a plan review, so the OP would have recieved reviewed plans from the the water district, sewer, land use, building, surface water, electrical, plumbing and probably a few others.
I think this issue is well beyond the scope of asking questions on a forum and you need a good construction litagator to rectify this.
Duh on my part, posting HX
He was on SSI two years ago,...
There must be a reason why the commissioner is so interested in the accounting of a minor amount of money. There must be more to the story but I’m sure we won’t be told.
Could you explain who the commissioner is? That is not a term I've heard in connnection with estates in my neck of the woods.
If you'll notice, I did infact post a direct link to 12814.6, which is actually duplicated in full by the DMV.
You're right, I assumed California just punched the old DL.
I don't see the point in asking the DMV, they are not lawyers. The issue seems to be black letter law and the OP is not in violation of state law
I hope the OP kept his previous DL to ease...
What are your damages?
I realize that a private sub-meter is between the parties and the utility has nothing to do with it.
My point, is that the law is unlikely to be retro-active, and we don't know when it was inacted...