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No, it's not "legal" to take money from someone, even if it's owed...unless a court tells you it's ok.
answered Dec 2 '15 by dwoz
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Here is how the process unfolds in most US jurisdictions: If a cloud is found on a title, (as we find described here), then it has to be resolved either by getting full warranty or quitclaim deeds fr …
answered Sep 17 '15 by dwoz
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it is by default whatever is listed on the granting deed: tenants in common or joint with rights of survivorship. Or, ... er... quitclaim, or warranty/non-warranty...or... i.e. whatever is on the …
answered Oct 29 '15 by dwoz
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Joint tenant (with rights of survivorship) is a HIGHER level of ownership than "tenants in common." A Tenant in Common's survivor rights in a property flow to her heirs, not the co-owner. A Joint Te …
answered Oct 29 '15 by dwoz
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One way to help grasp something arcane and odd like Adverse Possession is to look at a more real-world example. I don't have a cite readily available, but there was a case in NH where an abutting lan …
answered Sep 8 '15 by dwoz