we are in the process of selling our house . new laws where applied in 2004. the inspection showed usual usage for 12 years , but the buyers want beyond fair repairs’ are there any grandfather laws which apply to this situation in Louisiana?
I purchased a log home kit on 5/15/1989 ,The model that I selected is no longer available I was told by the salesman that I would be able to take delivery at a later date at the original price the last contact that I had with the company I was informed that there was a price increase before I could place the order for delivery I need to pay. I need to know why I can’t get the kit that I paid for originally ? The company is Lincoln logs in Kannapolis North Carolina I appreciate any info that I can get, Thank You
Our son, Roger Johnson, purchased the home located at ************** Youngstown, Ohio by Short Sale on 22 Jan 2013. The home was built in 1957. The problem involves the driveway property line. The neighbor claims the driveway of ********** is six inches over the property line, extending onto his property and intends to erect a fence taking up six inches of the driveway, and has painted a strip on the driveway as part of that plan. If the present situation is valid, it has existed for several years. Is there a Grandfather Clause relating to this matter or what do you recommend we advise Roger to do in pursuing this matter?
A friend of mine bought a 9 hole golf course about 15 years ago but the course is about 40 years old. the water pump for irrigation system and some of the cart path for 40 years. about 12 years ago a man build a house and said those things are on his property. if they were there 1st for 40 years are they grandfather in with the golf course. the state is Louisiana. please reply! thanks joe
can the board change the hours of the use of amenities IE pool?
to 75% or less if the dues are paid in Full.. grand fathered rules IE alcohol was allowed in the pool area no incidents have been reported for the last 10 years, can that be changed by the board?
without a home owners meeting?