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How Get A Book About Mexico Real Estate Laws ?
I Need A Mexico Real Estate Laws Book In English, But I Don't Have Any Author Of Title. Any Suggestion?
Tittle: How to buy real estate in Mexico by Dennis John Peyton
(Good to give you a general idea). AMAZON
One thing :
Each State in Mexico has it own Real Estate Law and there may be changes from year to year. (Getting a translation of each of this codes, or rules will be really difficult but books like the one above or the info below will give you an introduction)
This Law is part of Mexican Civil Law, and under the categories of INMUEBLES (real estate), and Muebles (literally property that can be move like cars); and is based on the Mexican Constitution. But so many other areas come into play when buying property in Mexico and there are so many Bureaucratic procedures that only a well seasoned and knowledgeable Lawyer should be in charge.
Although you can get familiarize with this laws and specially the limitations and requirements for foreigners to own land or property; you should never attempt to do any deal without consulting a Lawyer of Good Reputation.
Also for any Real Estate Transaction get familiarize with Mexican:
Federal Zone Regulations
The General Law of National Properties
The Constitution and International Treaties (related to real estate)
The Foreign Investment law and its regulations.
Also transaction are always register in a Public Notary which are offices of Notaries Comissioned by the State, there is a limited number, so is not like here in USA.
This information is from a site that also tries to sell Real Estate so I can not attest for the accuracy, and I am not in any way recommending what he (or they) sell; (I am only including the link to give them credit for the info) (AND REMEMBER IT VARIES FOR EACH STATE) but it does give you an idea:
I.- Laws governing ownership and real estate.
Mexico is politically and legally organized as a federal system. This means that two orders of laws exist: federal laws, which apply throughout the Republic, and the local laws dictated by each of the 32 federative entities or States, which apply only in each State.
The subject of ownership and real estate is a matter which corresponds to the States, and which is governed principally under the 32 Civil Codes (1). However, there are some federal laws governing certain aspects of ownership and real estate, which apply as a single law throughout the Republic and including those concerning trade and industry and the rules on banks.
II.- The principles of ownership contained in the Constitution.
1) Ownership corresponded originally to the Nation (the State), which has transferred this to individuals.
2) The Nation can regulate real estate as dictated by public interest.
3) The Nation is directly responsible for the natural resources of the subsoil (mines, petroleum, gas, nuclear energy), waters (sea, lakes, rivers), which cannot be transferred to individuals. These resources can be exploited under concession (2).
4) Concessions are granted both to Mexicans, and to the foreigners who enter into a pact with the Mexican Government to consider themselves as Mexican for this purpose and not to invoke the protection of their Governments, which is known as (Clausula Calvo, or Barren Clause).(3)
5) Foreigners cannot acquire the direct ownership of real estate within an area of 100 kilometers along the borders with neighboring countries, or 50 kilometers along the coast (restricted areas).
6) Agrarian property (rural or country properties) consists of various categories; lots of common land (4) or communal property granted to common land holders or communities, which cannot be negotiated or belong to individuals. The existence of privately-owned agricultural smallholdings is also recognized.
III.- The different kinds of real estate.
In addition to the principles on ownership laid down in the Constitution, the National Assets Law and Civil Codes mention the existence of two kinds of property: that of public dominion and that held by individuals.
1) Property of public dominion is that corresponding to the Federation, States and Municipalities, and to special laws (5).
2) Property of public dominion can also be: property in common use which can be utilized by anyone (such as, for instance, air space, territorial waters, beaches, ports, roads, bridges or monuments) (6), that used for a public service and individual property.
3) Property of public dominion cannot belong to individuals (nor can it be transferred or prescribed, meaning that it cannot be transmitted or acquired by prescription). In order for someone outside the Federation to acquire property of public dominion (such as property destined for public service or unencumbered property), such property must be released from public dominion by means of a disincorporation ruling issued by the President of the Republic.
4) Privately-owned property consists of everything not of public dominion (of the Federation, States or Municipalities), or agrarian common land or communal prope
Question About Oregon Real Estate/Escrow Law?
I Live In Oregon And I Bought A House This Past July From A Couple, I'Ll Refer To Them As Adam And Eve. Everything Went Through Realtors And The Sale Of The House Seemed To Be Good/Legal. The Sale Went Through Escrow And The Escrow Company Said Everything Was Clear. I'Ll Mention Now That I Own The House Outright And So No Mortgage Company Is Involved, But It'S Been About 3 Months And I Still Don'T Have The Deed To The House Yet. I Just Got The Tax Statement And Someone Else'S Name (I'Ll Call Them Judas) Is Also On The Tax Statement. After Some Digging, I Found Out That Right When Or At Some Point After Adam And Eve Originally Bought The House, This Judas Person Also Bought Into It And So All 3 Of Their Names Were On The Deed. Adam And Eve Then Sold Their Portion Of The House To Me, But This Judas Person Still Has Their Name On The Deed. My Questions Are, Is This The Error Of The Escrow Company? Aren'T They Supposed To Make Sure Real Estate Transactions Are Legal? Whose Job Is It Now To Contact This Judas Person And Ask Them To Sign Off Of The Deed? What If This Judas Person Doesn'T Want To Give Up His/Her Rights To The House/Property And Wants To Keep His/Her Name On The Deed?
None of this was legal as Judas would have been on the sale escrow papers. Escrow messed up and you have legal options. Fist contact the conveyance department and report this illegal sale, then your hire an attorney if Adam and Eve and escrow doesn't give you a complete title and deed and you also sue for attorney fee's this is clear cut illegal sale. I'd also make a police report and contact The Better Business Bureau as well as contacting your Congressman and senator, once they get involved people tend do right cause Congress will scare them if they have to respond to Congress or your senator. Do all of it but start with a police report and show the documents you do have. Not your job to track Judas down and don't involve yourself in it cause Escrow has done you so wrong and someone job will be gone soon for committing illegal real estate transaction.
We own homes in Hawaii, Japan, and 2 homes in Phoenix. We've been landlords for a very long time and have bought and sold real estate the sale is null and void. Best wishes pls. PM me as to how it is going as I'm very curious. Best wishes sir, you have the law on your side.
Father's Visitation Rights Question.?
How Do You Enforce Your Visitation Rights? My Child's Mother Just Decides She Is Doing Something Else With Him On Days That Are Mine. We Have Joint Custody And I Have Rights To The Weekends. I Try To Be Accommodating If She Has Something On The Weekends, But If I Have Plans And She Decides To Keep Him She Just Says Tough.
If you have a parenting time agreement that has been approved and signed by the Court. You may enforce your visitation rights through the courts by filing a Motion For To Enforce Parenting Time, etc.
Once the Courts see that you are being denied your court ordered visitation, the Order granted from your Motion to Enforce, you can have your ex brought up on 'contempt' and ask the Court to sanction your ex.
We had a client in a similar position. Not only did the Court order the violating party to appear and answer on violation/contempt, but also sanctioned her $100 each time she refused visitation.
Therefore, your should start a journal IMMEDIATELY! Each time you are denied visitation, note the date, time and response (word-for-word) of your ex. Also, an unbiased witness with you at these incidents would be another 'nail in the coffin.'
Yes, the solution is not immediate, but enforcement through the Court can prove to be well worth it. Fathers for Equal Rights is a good resource for you and any future questions. Good luck!
How Do I Sue A City Attorney Without A Lawyer?
Everybody Says &Quot;Ask An Attorney&Quot; I Can'T Find A Lawyer (Referral Group Or Not!) I'M Tired Of Getting Falsely Accused And Having To Sit In Court For Three Hours To Enter A Not Guilty Plea And Then Three More Appearances To Get It Dropped! Malicious Prosecution And Flat Out Lying By A City Attorney Has Left Me Emotionally Weak! I Hear &Quot;A Person Complained' And Then Code Enforcement Cites Me Or Impounds A Vehicle And Then Doesn'T Tell Me Who Made Hte Complaint And This Has Gone On For Five Years (The Lastest Is Two Dog License Tickets After My Dog Got Attacked And Was Quarantined At Pound So Paid $200 To Get Her Back And Then The Judge Fined Me $500 Twice! And Now Have Liens On Pay...All From City Attorney Coming In And Telling Judge I'M Always Wasting The Court'S Time! It'S Unconstitutional! Randall Schroeder Scienceisgolden
One thing to keep in mind is that the judge is also an attorney, secondly you would be better off suing the city.
It would be easier to sue the city since no lawyer want to sue another lawyer and the city attorney is hired by the city. Like any employer they are responsible for the actions of their employees while they are acting within the scope of their work.
When a city is faced with a lawsuit it is common for the city council members to sit down and evaluate the case, if they determine that they have a good chance of winning they will allow the case to proceed.
If they feel that they might lose they will try and negotiate a settlement at a lower value than the suit would be asking for since this would save them money.
If you were to sue and act as your own attorney you can be assured that at the first error in wording of your complaint the judge will dismiss the case and likely will dismiss it with prejudice.
A case that has been dismissed with prejudice can not be brought before the court again, unless of course the same charges have been repeated after the dismissal.
If you were to pursue this in small claims court you can not use a lawyer but I think that you will lose that case since a previous judge has found you guilty and fined you. Had the judge dismissed those charges then you might have stood a chance.
After 5 years your best bet may be to just move the hell away from the miserable neighbor that is causing you all of the grief. You can bet that someone living near you has some sort of grudge against you, the city attorney does not normally go around looking for people. It is normally started by a complaint that is acted upon by code enforcement and the details are then handed over to the attorney to see if a case can be made.
Your problem is not the city, it is some bastard that lives near you.
What Is Legal Separation?
In Regards To Marriage.
To be legally separated means to have a legal separation of your stuff and your credit and all the legal stuff that you would separate if you were to split up with the exception that you are still married. So, you would split up your stuff and any decision you made with finances or major purchases or legal moves one made would not be representing the other person starting from the legal separation date as far as credit and earnings for that time. Once you go into a divorce some things can change, but you both would not be responsible for the others actions during the separation. Most people are "legally sparated" when a divorce is filed until the divorce is final. It depends on your state and how it is defined in court.
Need Legal Advice?
My Husband Got Suspended With Pay For Alledgely Touching A Female Inmate In A Small Town..To Keep Things From Going Public And Getting In The Papers, He Was Asked If He Quit His Job, They Would Drop The Charges..He Told Them Get Papers And He Would Sign Them..No Papers Were Ever Brought Around, And He Is No Longer Getting Paid..Dont Know If Hes Still Under Investigation Or Not..My Question Is Do I Need To Hire A Lawyer That We Already Talked To, And Cant Afford, Or Do We Let This Go And Forget About It..Oh My Husband Is Innocent In All Of This, And They Have No Proof...We Are Good People And Getting Wrongfully Done..The Reason That We Are Waiting As Long As We Are Is Because The Judge Exec In Our Town Says He Is Going To Take Care Of It..Dont Know Who To Trust..Its So Stressful Living Like This And Not Knowing What To Do And Who To Turn To...
First of all, it will depend on where you live and just how crooked your cmall town is. (That is in no way meant to be harsh, trust me I live in a small town and work for the Sheriff's Department, so I know how politics rule the judicial system in small towns!)
Secondly, it depends on you and your husband's connections and any proof or written documents proving any wrong doing on the part of his employers or anyone with any political standing. If you do have connections, or a way to make someone listen to your side then this is the time to use it!
Apparently, they must have had some sort of proof in order to put him on leave, no matter if it were with or without pay. Secondly, if his pay has stopped, then it's because of one of two things. One: he is being suspended without pay because they are claiming to have found evidence of wrong doing on his part and this is his punishment. Or two: they have terminated his employment because they claim to have found evidence of wrong doing.
If your husband has any proof that he did nothing wrong, now is when he needs to use it. If he is being punish or has been fired for something he didn't do, he has grounds to sue. If he has no proof, I'm afraid you two are in for a rough battle, if you choose to fight it. I would contact a lawyer who specializes in this type of thing and discuss your situation. Many lawyers will work for free until there is a settlement or your case is found valid and you receive compensation. At that point their fee would probably be a % of the total amount you receive.
Another place you may want to contact would be your State's Labor Board. In my personal area, the labor board loves to bust small town offices for wrong doing. Most small towns get away with things that larger places would never even dare try. Everyone is too scared to go against people in small towns! Anyway, your labor board may be able to help you find discrepencies in the case that they have made against your husband. The Labor Board will work for your husband's best interest at no charge to you. That is why you pay your taxes, to fund these programs, why not use them to help you!
If your small town is anything like mine and you go up against someone with power, be prepared to have to relocate in order to find jobs or even have a normal life again!
So, my advice: think long and hard if you are willing to go up against these people. Secondly, think back on any evidence or even dirt you have on these people-dirt can silence any problem quickly- and then make contact with the people involved if you do have something! Thirdly, contact your local labor board and plea for their help! I'm sure they will be willing to, at the very least, tell you what to do next or give a name of a good lawyer! Fourth and final, contact a lawyer and file paperwork! But don't let this wait, most states have statutes of limitation, meaning time can run out for you to do anything! And tell him don't sign anything without a lawyer looking at it first! Good luck!