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The issue is what happened to the first case.  Was it dismissed or withdrawn.  This is actually a cutting edge issue as many of these old cases come up.  If you have not made any paymen ...Read more

Yes, but the letter will not move the wall.  You can sue to do it.  Check your survey from when you bought the house and see what your surveyor said.

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What if relatives are not paying their share of property taxes?

Q: Property was turned over to us children. Two siblings passed away. Their children have not paid a cent of taxes for almost 18 years and now are holding us up from selling. What can I do? (Whit ... Read more

Texas Innkeepers and Hotels – Part One

In Texas, a lease of land grants the lessee an acutal estate in the real property made up of the specific rights granted.  Depending on the type of rights granted to a lease, the express terms of ... Read more

Mexican Law: Property Ownership

Mexican Law provides for private ownership of land by foreigners, and its law is very specific about the way in which land rights should be transferred from seller to buyer, and also what type of land ... Read more

Can I get out of a Standard Agreement for the Sale of Real Estate that I si

Q: I signed a Standard Agreement for the Sale of Real Estate and closing is scheduled for 7/26. I suffer from major depression and I was also withdrawing from a prescription from my doctor. I do not b ... Read more

Transferring Mom’s House to Kids When There Is No Will

Dear Ms. Allison: My mother passed away. The house we live in is in her name. Mom had no Will so how do I get her house put in my name? I do have other siblings. S.C. from the Panhandle* Dear S.C: If ... Read more

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