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  1. Locate a new attorney and place a clause in the service agreement that requires him to provide all discovery.
  2. We bought a manufactured home and have our handy man handling repairs such as painting, replacing worn siding, and dry wall. A resident in the park spoke with the handyman and got his business card, upon seeing that there was no CCB# the guy flipped out and threatend to report to the building authorities. Is it a requirement that licensed contractors do property repairs?
  3. @ docur.. Thanks for the reply. Plan to consult attorney soon, I have found it to be better to have done some degree of research in advance. Can you think of anyway to get her off title?
  4. I am unsure whether or not to post updates here or post anew so I am hoping somebody will let me know the forum etiquette? I recently posted about the lady who would rather let the house be for closed then sell her interest. Today of was discovered that she may have abanon the property. Two questions now arise 1) how do we establish that she abandon property? 2) can we move somebody in it?
  5. I am unsure whether or not to post updates here or post anew so I am hoping somebody will let me know the forum etiquette? I recently posted about the lady who would rather let the house be for closed then sell her interest. Today of was discovered that she may have abanon the property. Two questions now arise 1) how do we establish that she abandon property? 2) can we move somebody in it?
  6. Thanks the direction. The state is Oregon. We purchased the husbands half for $20 and offered her 10k. She has no way to avoid foreclosure but refuses to sell. A lien was registered for 44k based on her claim that she paid money six years ago to save it from foreclosure back then. She just filled out the paperwork herself. There is no court judgement nor was there a court action. Hope this information helps.
  7. We bought 50% ownership of property heading to foreclosure. The owner of the other half refuses to sell out of spite and would rather the property be lost to the bank before letting the friends of her ex get the house. She also registered a false lien. Is there an action or tactic to pish her off title?
  8. Thank you for your post. This is my first time on this site and was unsure how specific to get. I understand that it is always an option to sue. Does suing to quite title or suing for slander of title make more sense. Is it possible that she can have the lien validated during the suit?
  9. We recently purchased 50% interest in a property we are preparing to sell. However the other owner changed her mind and now refuses to sell. To further complicate matters, she placed a lien on the property claiming for the mortgage payments she made to save it from foreclosure the first time. There was no judgement from the court authorizing her lien. How do I get it removed? Can I sue her?
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