Adverse Possession - deceased parent

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Lawcruncher
    replied
    Are you the executor?

    If you are not the excecutor do you inherit the property?

    Do you live in the property?

    If you do not, do you intend to move in?

    How long was your parent in adverse possession?

    What are we talking about here? A bit of garden? A field? A building?

    Is the land registered?

    Leave a comment:


  • mariner
    replied
    Wait until you have sight of decased Will..

    Leave a comment:


  • RB.2020
    started a topic Adverse Possession - deceased parent

    Adverse Possession - deceased parent

    Can I claim adverse possession on behalf of myself/my deceased parent.
    Last edited by RB.2020; 19-01-2020, 23:22 PM. Reason: Adverse possession

Latest Activity

Collapse

  • Reply to Aftermath
    by jpkeates
    I think there'll be a dip in property prices post event.
    There'll be a lot of dead, grieving and damaged people and lots of businesses and jobs will be gone forever.

    Which will keep landlords in the rental business, because it won't be the best time to sell up.

    The government...
    30-03-2020, 15:41 PM
  • Aftermath
    by jase222
    I've been reading all the chat on this forum and was thinking about what it's going to be like after, will landlords be more weary of self employed tenants, have more uc or pack in all together ? Interesting times and the tenants are going to struggle even more as landlords try to doubley make sure...
    30-03-2020, 14:15 PM
  • Reply to My Lodger is not Leaving - Please help with legal advice.
    by jpkeates
    Honestly, you need proper legal advice.
    This is a huge mess and it's getting worse with everything you do.

    Legal advice only seems expensive when you compare it with nothing.
    When you compare it with the costs of getting this wrong, it'd cheap.

    If the person is...
    30-03-2020, 15:37 PM
  • My Lodger is not Leaving - Please help with legal advice.
    by kuwi
    Hi

    I have rented my mother’s house out to 2 x lodgers on my mother’s behalf as she has been hospitalised due to mental medical condition. A lodger agreement was given to them as she was expected to return back in few weeks’ time. However situation had changed and she had to live out...
    27-03-2020, 18:38 PM
  • Reply to Filthy neighbors
    by Manager
    Thanks for replies. The only reason I am serious over this matter is because apart of CVD19 outbreak I might be accused of causing this mess despite I don't smoke. But there is a little obstacle in actually ascertaining as who is the real culprit because upward there are two more flats (1st & 2nd...
    30-03-2020, 15:25 PM
  • Filthy neighbors
    by Manager
    Hello

    During current crisis where every enforcement/complaint department is shut so don't know what should be done. Actually I moved into a ground flat couple of months ago and don't know any of my neighbour except can only assesses them through voices and movement. I have got noisy tenants...
    29-03-2020, 18:44 PM
  • Reply to Notice expires this week tenant desperate
    by Propertygoesup
    After some thought I am considering including a one time offer with my letter and statement. I know that the tenant could potentially move into her dad's house. With the arrears statement I am thinking to make an offer " without prejudice " that if tenant vacates the property within 14 days...
    30-03-2020, 15:17 PM
  • Notice expires this week tenant desperate
    by Propertygoesup
    Had a long message from tenant who is supposed to leave this week.
    obviously has realised time is running out and hasn't found anywhere else.
    Advised her to take s21 to council and ask them.
    Basically is asking to stay another 2 weeks.
    if I proceed with court order I have to...
    02-02-2020, 14:06 PM
  • Reply to My Lodger is not Leaving - Please help with legal advice.
    by Snorkerz
    I will ask for others opinions because I am not an expert on resident landlords / lodgers, but I don't believe any of them could have been lodgers if there were 3 of them occupying all 3 bedrooms - ie, no where for a resident landlord to reside. And if they were't lodgers, they were tenants. As your...
    30-03-2020, 14:53 PM
  • Reply to Aftermath
    by JK0
    I'm weary already. ...
    30-03-2020, 14:46 PM
Working...
X