AGREEMENTS BETWEEN ADJACENT/JOINT OWNERS
- Cohabitation Agreement
Cohabitation Agreement"If you and your significant other are also roommates, a Cohabitation Agreement is a smart way for you both to protect yourselves and your assets when you live together. We'll make it simple to create a Cohabitation Agreement. A Cohabitation Agreement can be an outline to a successful partnership. Through this contract, you and your partner can identify how your property and assets are owned. A common purpose for the Agreement is to protect you from your partner's debts. Alternatively, because you are not married, your partner may be shut out from inheriting your property. Use the Agreement to ensure that your partner has a right to inherit your property, if you choose. This Cohabitation Agreement clarifies how you and your partner own and use the property in your relationship."
- Complaint to Neighbor
Complaint to Neighbor"Use this letter to inform your neighbor of a problem and to request that action be taken to solve the problem. This letter will also help to establish a record of your complaint in case the issue needs to be brought to the attention of local law enforcement agencies."
- Real Estate Easement Agreement
Real Estate Easement Agreement"When you want to let someone else use your property without giving up your ownership, you'll need to sign Real Estate Easement Agreement. Or maybe the only way you can build a driveway for your dream home is to pass through someone else's land. They can give you the go-ahead in a Real Estate Easement Agreement. A Real Estate Easement Agreement is an easy way to give someone temporary or long-term access to your land without transferring ownership. Sometimes limited access is the right choice, but you'll want to make sure all the boundaries are clear. You may have no problem with a neighbor cutting through your land, but what happens when he starts bringing in trucks for a new chicken farm? With a Real Estate Easement Agreement, you can lay out limits to the use, such as allowing pedestrians and cars only. A Real Estate Easement Agreement can be the bridge between homeowner and others interested in using the property."
- Real Estate License Agreement
Real Estate License Agreement"If you want to let someone else use your property—for parking, to install vending machines or for some other use—you can create a Real Estate License Agreement to earn some cash from the deal. If you are the one who wants to use the property, there's usually no such thing as a freebie in real estate. You can come to a fair arrangement with a Real Estate License Agreement. In real estate, it's all about location, and a Real Estate License Agreement can help you take advantage of a prime spot. If you're a property owner, you can earn extra income from your property without giving up ownership rights. Or, if you're throwing a fundraising gala and have found the perfect space, you can come to a fair agreement with a Real Estate License Agreement. Maybe you simply want to sell Douglas firs in a parking lot in December. You don't need the property forever—and besides, it's not for sale. That doesn't mean you can't use it if the owner agrees. It's a win-win situation for everyone. Getting a Real Estate License Agreement can help you seal the deal."
- Tenants in Common Agreement
Tenants in Common Agreement"This Tenants in Common Agreement can be used to establish or clarify the rights of people who buy, inherit, or receive property together. This Agreement should be used when the property owners desire to maintain separate ownership rights with no interest in the other owner's property interest."