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"Does the landlord have to give personal property to the Personal Rep of Estate without Estate paying at least the rent balance due if not both the rent plus damages." What you are describing, if it existed, would be a landlord's lien in the personal property located in the premises rented, in order to secure amounts owed under the lease. Unless ...


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If the tenant were alive, you couldn't stop them from taking away their personal property, could you? No matter how overdue the rent was. Nor could you deny them access to the property, except through formal eviction. AFAIK the estate generally has the same rights that the decedent did. So if the tenant would have had the right to remove their property, ...


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They are trying to cheat you. Every house has faults. Every single house. The offer price is for a house of your house's size, location, interior etc. either with an average number of faults or adjusted for the visible faults. The buyer wants to change this so the offer price is for a house of your house's size, location, interior etc. with no faults ...


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Here is an example of a real estate sales contract: your contract will contain the answer. The contract will contain an inspection contigency, and there will be a time set for exercising that contingency. If the buyer has already waived the inspection option by saying "They have opted to not obtain a home inspection at this time" and the ...


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