Need a legal advice pls
1 Need a legal advice pls on Fri Oct 07, 2016 9:19 pm
2 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Fri Oct 07, 2016 11:03 pm
BUT if the property is splited into own shares, then can everyone do as they want with their share.
If it isn't splited yet, then they, who want to sell, have right to FORCE the legal spliting process steps.
But I hope they, who want to sell, give the one, who want to keep, the chance to buy whole for a decent price. If one buy out the others is the process some less complicated, because then the title don't need to be splited, but the inherit process is needed anyway to be sure to avoid problems in the future.
3 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Sat Oct 08, 2016 6:53 am
4 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Sat Oct 08, 2016 1:39 pm
5 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Sat Oct 08, 2016 2:32 pm
Then you need to make the legal separation process.Mitchq wrote:Thank you Lunkan. Problem is the 6th owner doesn't want to cooperate in the selling, lives in a another province, doesnt have the money to buy out either and doesnt have any relationship with the rest of the five siblings. Im actually interested in buying 625sqm but i can only get 5 signature as we plan to leave 125sqm to the strange sibling, his share of the property. By the way, all 6 names are included in 1 title.
Is the extrajuridical inheritance split process done?
6 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Sat Oct 08, 2016 2:38 pm
If no one in your generation is in a hurry, then you can wait until your mother die, so you can make inheritance from both your father and mother at same time.rochelleavendano wrote:yung titulo po ng lupa na hawak ng tatay ko nung nabubuhay pa sya ay nakapangalan pasa magulang nya ngayon ay gusto namin mailipat sa pangalan ng nanay namin o kaya ay deretso na sa aming magkakapatid ano po kaya ang pwede namin gawin, salamat po
If you want to jump your generation to your children direct, then you need an additional DONATE process. It's not so complicated, but cost extra tax.
8 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Sat Oct 08, 2016 11:49 pm
Oh.Mitchq wrote:Sir Lunkan, i dont know really. i think the land transfer was done thru donation, from father to 6 kids(1 title only) when he was still alive. 6 kids are from 3 different mothers.
(If it had been an undone inherit process, then the split could have been forced)
but in your case I don't know of any legal forceable solution.
9 Re: Need a legal advice pls on Mon Oct 10, 2016 4:23 pm
It is however still within your best interest to properly consult with a lawyer. In the end, you'd be saving more money and it would be less hassle.
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