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New Indiana Real Estate Legal Questions & Answers

Property Disclosure

You can sue the seller based on "fraud"--for a misrepresentation (by failing to disclose) …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

what does 'not in tenants in common but in joint tenants' mean in texas

It means it is held  (or owned) as joint tenants, not as tenants in …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

What are my rights regarding the seller's not disclosing road volume and noise?

Unfortunately, a seller has no obligaton to disclose conditions off their property or originating …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

If your parents were ill when they signed a quitclaim deed, is that valid?

IF you can show, with medical testimony and evidence (e.g. of doctors then treating …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago

My neighbor's tree fell on my shed and yard, power line- can I get damages?

A neighbor is only liable or responsible for damage or costs caused by a …

FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney answered 1 year ago