Category: Renting and Tenant Rights

How to Submit an Affidavit for the Group of a Small Estate

A small-estate affidavit is a legal form used by an heir to accumulate the property from a deceased relative, or decedent. Other methods of property collection, such as probate, are typically more expensive than a small-estate affidavit. An heir can use a small-estate affidavit if the property’s value is below the value set by the […]

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Can a Property Owner Evict Tenants Without Reason?

Eviction is a stressful ordeal. If you can’t afford to move someplace else, you may be reduced to placing your belongings in storage and subletting a room, living out of a resort or even worse. Eviction means you’ll have a more difficult time. You will be seen by potential landlords . The very best approach […]

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Pros & Cons of Joint Tenants With Rights of Survivorship

The way buyers choose title to real estate could be critical, but choices can be confusing and occasionally misunderstood. California enables people to take title as tenants in common, or as joint tenants with right of survivorship. Married couples have the extra option of accepting title as community property. Every one these methods differ slightly […]

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