Some of our county auctions have an attorney representing the defendant. they are present to try to retain the home for the home owner. Can we assume that the ones we would have the greatest chance of being the high bidder are the ones where the defendant is not represented. Which implies they have walked away from it or planning to move when the bank or an individual bidder gains ownership?3 AnswersRenting & Real Estate4 days ago
We sometimes are visited by those who go around neighborhoods with booklets and they represent denominations which we are not knowledgeable about. Last year they left a brochure (since have been discarded) with us and they pointed to a verse in Genesis that says there is no heaven. What is that verse? Thanks.6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality4 days ago
We are trying to explain a 4H Club to someone whose English is not 100%. A nearby 4H club is hosting an event for the public and they have asked me what is a 4H club. I'm not seeing a simple definition and whty their event is open to the public.2 AnswersOther - Education7 days ago
Retired gentleman stepped on or bothered a snake and he was bitten. Black snake they think. In an effort to pull away he fell and fractured the tibia bone near the knee. It happened on a Wednesday and surgery was not until the next week and he lay there in his home in moderate pain. That's 2 weeks ago and we have not seen the family and assume he has a full leg cast (above the ankle to above the knew) and has not mastered the use of crutches. He had a wheel chair but still not attended church. After cast of couse there will be physical therapy. Also before the surgery his spouse spoke of a part of the knew needing to be replaced. How long should he be down and how many weeks until he is able to walk well enough to return to his retirement activities that require him to be somewhat mobile. Age is 63. Thanks.1 AnswerInjuries1 week ago
County auctions require 5% down the day of the auction. Does the Master in Equity give the new owner the keys to the property or what access does the buyer have since they might need to enter the property for an inspection. Knowing that if they back out they lose their 5%. Does the Master in Equity require the foreclosed on persons or powers of attrorny's for them to get the the keys? We went to look at one house that was foreclosure and a piece of wood was over a broken window as if the Master in Equity went there and intentionaly broke in so they could secure it with a new lock and key. Thanks.2 AnswersRenting & Real Estate2 weeks ago
We will be acquiring an enclosed trailer to use to store furniture. The trailer will have to be backed into the driveway exposing the ball hitch a few feet from the sidewalk. Your 1+ ideas on how to prevent it from being stolen middle of the night. Thanks.5 AnswersSafety3 weeks ago
What is the process to sell a house that someone had just bought two years ago and they financed it with a 30 year mortgage. Actions to be taken by seller and buyer. Thanks.3 AnswersRenting & Real Estate3 weeks ago
I thought a short sale was a bank (or owner ?) selling to an interested buyer before it got to foreclosure. I also heard that if a home owner must leave town, they can get their bank to transfer the mortgage to another person who wants to own it and make the payments. We know someone who must move and needs to avoid foreclosure since they have no money. Thanks.6 AnswersRenting & Real Estate1 month ago
We were given a water heater a few years ago and the anode was pretty worn so it was replaced. Any issues by just using a wrench to loosen and glance at the condition of the anode now with the water heater in service? Thanks.2 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 month ago
Rental house in county GIS records has Jane & Wendy Baker as owners. 2009 Jane gave Wendy 1%. Wendy may be her daughter. In 2012 Wendy got 100% of the rental house. Tax bill & address of the owner of the house are both in Jane's & Wendy's name, though Jane no longer owns any of it. We think Wendy lives out of the county & Jane is paying property taxes, handling tenant complaints, etc. We need to serve papers & constable said he can't serve the rental house but could serve either of name on the tax records, though Jane doesn't own any of the property. I think we have Jane's mailing address. On the owner all we know is the name that is on the records (2012) Wendy Baker. Likely Wendy is now married & don't have her last name - location. Jane does. But if Jane senses a hint that legal action may be headed to her (their way) all Jane has to do is call register of deeds, say she does not own it, take her name off the records. If that happens we would have lost one of the people who could be served. Jane knows where Wendy is. But she can deny knowing where. leaving the constable with no options. The property card also shows Wendy's name spelled with a "y" but on the signature it's signed Wendi. And curiously on the GIS records the name of the owners are Jane - Wendy Baker but on signatures, Jane's last name is Decker. As ownership changed and Wendy moved, etc. records weren't updated. How Jane gets hint of legal? We were going 2 send her a letter & explain the issue with her lot.2 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police2 months ago
Are those words interchangeable? As in:
a. A sanctifying experience under the ministry of Rev. Mark Owen led John to...........
b. In 1995 John experienced sanctification under the ministry of Rev. Mark Owen.
If sanctification is a completed process (and sanctifying is part of a process) then no they are not interchangeable. (?)3 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 months ago
11 kids in the church and most have birthday parties that include invitees. A few just let the birthday be a family affair and no invites.
We have a few retired persons and a couple wondered if it is ok to visit the home on the day of the kids birthday though not invited. The kids love the retired and the love is mutual. But the parents all under age 45 never invite any of the retired. Ok to visit the home the day of the party to get a gift to the child (versus sending it in the mail) and maybe stay 10-15 minutes unless they are asked to stay for the refreshments, etc. Thanks.7 AnswersEtiquette2 months ago
The church according to the minister has to be very careful when scheduling church outings. The church is owned by the district office not the membership. Why would they have insurance that restricts the members ability to have outings? There was some sudden newfound fear 2+ years ago about kids trips sponsored (cost) by the church members. Something about the parents have to be involved. No problem they want to attend. I'm looking at the financial statement they give each member each year. The property insurance shows as $3985 a year and that may or may not be the parsonage and the church building. Once the minister mentioned a rider might have to be added. We parents would gladly consider to pay a rider so there can again, like in the past, be group church outings. Explain rider and liability risk for churches which are non profit. Thanks.5 AnswersInsurance3 months ago