By Kristen Bates | Published November 13, 2019 | |
The State of Texas is a strong advocate for protecting property owners from the forced taking of land, including eminent domain, foreclosure or annexation. This year, the Texas Legislature enacted a bill that protects landowners for decades to come from forced annexation. In 1858, Texas passed the first statute allowing incorporation of a city under Read MoreRead More
There are many situations where attorneys must address a client’s co-ownership issues. The basis of a cotenancy relationship is each owner’s (non-exclusive) right to use, occupy and possess each part of the property. Cotenants may not exclude other cotenant owners from possessing, using or occupying the same part or parcel. Texas law recognizes three forms Read MoreRead More
Client: “I’m buying a foreclosure property.” Attorney: “OK, when is the sale?” Client: “Tomorrow” Attorney: “Have you completed any due diligence on the property?” Client: “Well…I drove past the property a couple of times.” Attorney: [after a long pause] “I am going to take that as a no.” What is a “foreclosure Read MoreRead More
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