Property was made specially executable on the 11th October 2013, was contacted by banks attorney and arrears were brought up to date, 23rd March 2014 another writ followed, finally in April 2015 writ of exec and sheriff of the court
So my siblings and i have a title deed and letter of authority to my late father’s house however, his girlfriend is still living there. We had not yet decided what to do with it. My question is how do we go about the eviction process? What rights does she have as she’s been living there for about 5 years since my father’s passing?
I only just started my property wholesaling journey. I need to know whether there are any legalities I need to know before signing my first offer-to-purchase and if I need a conveyancer on my very first deal.
Hi Ive been staying with my partner (deceased) for 8years,not married,and he put me as beneficiary in his funeral policy which I ended up paying ,rent,car and other staff as he was no longer working from more than 2years.
What I want to know is what are my rights as a partner.
i have sign an offer to purchase with the agent and they applied for bond with the banks. i’m not happy with the rate and repayment and would like to pull out of the deal. she now claims she wants to sue me or i should take the deal im not happy with.
Do i have any rights here?
I have been given a letter of authority by the high court for my late aunts house. I would like to transfer the property on my own name. My late aunt left no will and had no husband or kids. Her siblings have given me permission to transfer the property onto my name. The property has been not been transfered since my late aunts death in 2005 , and the tenant has not paid rent since my aunts death. How would i go about transferring the property to my name and getting the tenant to pay rent?
I boughta house and agreed on occupation on registration. The house was registered on 7 Feb, seller is refusing to move and wont commit to a date or moving. Transferring attorney and agent not helpful
Yes I need legal help regarding deceased estate