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Is a real estate broker suppose to diclose a death in a home?

A:  It''s not a structural matter. it''s not subject to disclosure law. There is no requirement to disclose. Neither is it subject to any type of confidentiality. It''s public knowledge. I know in North Carolina and in Georgia, the sellers are supposed to disclose a suicide or a murder that took place on the property. Chances are, something like this would have been reported in the newspaper or on television at the time it happened. If so, then the knowledge is available to the public and there shouldn''t be any penalty if the realtor mentions it....

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Is a real estate broker/agent who practices in another country required to disclose their status when buying?

A:  In another COUNTRY? As in, outside the USA?...

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does a small estate have to go through probate or is there a form that can be filled out?

A:  Typically, in order for the husband''s estate to be administered according to the terms of his will, the wife would need to file the will with the clerk of the appropriate court in the county where he lived, along with a petition to have the court approve the will and appoint the executor named in the will (or if none is available, an administrator) with a declaration of a person who had signed the will as a witness. If the court determines the will is valid, the court will then admit the will to probate. Probate may not be necessary in Iowa where an estate is valued at less than $50,000. In that case, an interested party may issue a small estate affidavit to collect any debts owed to the decedent. Iowa requirements...

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Can you sue a real estate agent over letting a person rent who plays loud music?

A:  I had the same type of problem so i am assuming yes you can sue as long as you have made many attempts for the real estate to resolve your issue If i was you i would contact landlord and tennants find out your rights and then get yourself a lawyer. Nobody should have to live like that people need to respect there neighbours...

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Researching a real estate lawyer?

A:  Forget the seminar. If you want a living trust go to the yellow pages and shop around. Ora On Thu, 12 May 2005 21:40:40 -0700, Ablang <HilaryDuffPerfectMan...ablang-duff.com> wrote: I''m trying to research a specific real estate lawyer. I wantto make sure the lawyer I am considering has no complaints against himor is a real lawyer. Are there any resources to do the search online?Frans Wiete Ter Haar recently gave a free real estate planningseminar. He charges singles $1500, and couples $2000. If you have afree consultation within 2 weeks, he gives 10% discounts. I have toassume this is a...

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does a Power of attorney make you responsible for another''s debt?

A:  A power of attorney is a legal instrument that individuals create and sign that gives someone else the authority to make certain decisions and act for the signer. The person who has these powers is called an ''agent'' or ''attorney-in-fact.'' The signer is the ''principal.'' As a principal, if the principal''s decisions conflict with those of the agent, the principal''s decision will govern, assuming that the agent confers with the principal prior to taking an action. If an agent has acted on the principal''s behalf and acted within the scope of authority granted by the power of attorney, then the principal may be obligated by the terms and conditions of his actions. The person designated to be the agent assumes...

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What does a Power of attorney allow me to do?

A:  The language you quoted does typically refer to the power to issue or sign a check, or otherwise make a transaction involving a checking account on behalf of the person making the power of attorney (principal). A power of attorney often grants the agent appointed in the power of attorney the authority to conduct financial transactions on the principal''s behalf when the principal is unable to do so herself. Therefore, the power of attorney may grant authority for the agent to draw money out of the principal''s checking account, sign checks received by the principal on the reverse side (endorse) for payment, and write checks that are paid from the principal''s...

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Can a real estate development loss be declared a NOL?

A:  This is an area where even tax professionals frequently make mistakes - you should be careful, or ideally work through a CPA or tax lawyer. I suggest you review IRS publication 536....

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Is a verbal contract with a real estate agent legal? Or must be in writing?

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does a Power of attorney Need to be Witnessed in California?

A:  A durable power of attorney in California must be notarized, but need not be witnessed. The following are CA statutes: 4401. The following statutory form power of attorney is legallysufficient when the requirements of Section 4402 are satisfied: * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * NOTICE OF INCOMPLETE TEXT: The Uniform Statutory Form Power ofattorney appears in the hard-copy publication of the chapteredbill. See Sec. 1 of Chapter 251, Statutes of 2005. 4402. A statutory form power of attorney under this part is legallysufficient if all of the following requirements are satisfied: (a) The wording of the form complies substantially with Section4401. A form