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Question of the Week: Indemnity Agreement

Posted by Denise Evans on

This question comes from Mobile County. A tax sale investor wanted to exchange his tax certificate for a tax deed once he passed the three year date. The Probate Judge’s office told him that he would have to sign an indemnity agreement before they would give him the tax deed. They wanted him all tied … Continue reading Question of the Week: Indemnity Agreement

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Question of the Week: Indemnity Agreement

Posted by Denise Evans on

This question comes from Mobile County. A tax sale investor wanted to exchange his tax certificate for a tax deed once he passed the three year date. The Probate Judge’s office told him that he would have to sign an indemnity agreement before they would give him the tax deed. They wanted him all tied … Continue reading Question of the Week: Indemnity Agreement

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Question About Quitclaim

Posted by Denise Evans on

The Question of the Week comes from someone who bought a tax deed from the State two months ago, found the former owner, and wants to obtain a quitclaim deed from that person. The investor asked, “If I get a quitclaim deed, can I file my quiet title lawsuit right away, without having to wait … Continue reading Question About Quitclaim

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Question About Quitclaim

Posted by Denise Evans on

The Question of the Week comes from someone who bought a tax deed from the State two months ago, found the former owner, and wants to obtain a quitclaim deed from that person. The investor asked, “If I get a quitclaim deed, can I file my quiet title lawsuit right away, without having to wait … Continue reading Question About Quitclaim

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Fair Housing Exemptions

Posted by Denise Evans on

The most likely place for landlords to violate the Fair Housing laws is in the area of emotional support animals. Many small landlords think they are exempt, and can refuse to allow emotional support animals. Watch my video to learn about the Fair Housing exemptions. One of them applies to owners of single family rentals, … Continue reading Fair Housing Exemptions

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