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Can Someone Help Who Has Experience With Real Estate Law?
We Have Had Renters In My Mother'S Home For 2 Years And 4 Months. We Are Now In The Process Of Trying To Sell Her Home To The Renters. According To Their Realtor'S Contract, If The Home Is Sold Within The First Two Years Of The Renters Living There, Then The Realtor Would Get 5% Commission On The Sale Of The Home. I Have Mentioned, That It Has Been Over Two Years, But The Realtor Says That Since No Major Changes Have Been Made To The Rental Contract, Then She Is Still Entitled To Her 5%. Any Advice? Should I Contact A Lawyer? Can I Just Sell By Owner? Thanks For Any Help!

Follow the contract to the "T" and the intent. If it has been more than 2 years then this might make the real estate agents claim null and void.

I think this real estate agent is sorta stretching the legal aspect of the contract to get a commission.

You may sell the property as long as the time period is in excess of the two year period. The real estate agent will place a demand in any escrow you would open for the sale of the property if she is this adamant about this 4 month period that has lapsed. This will cause the escrow to be held up and closing put on hold until the matter is resolved.

Contact a real estate attorney, so you might resolve this problem before any sale as escrow would be held up, by her placing a claim to this commission.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.


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I'm An Attorney Looking To Increase My Client Base. How Do I Get On Provider Lists?
I Know That Various Employers Provide Their Employees With Low Cost Legal Services Via Work Plans. I'd Like To Know How To Get On Those Lists. Any Other Hints For Getting "Out There" Would Be Appreciated.

Call the employers benefit department and see what they offer if they will tell you and get a person's name and go from there.

Also list your self with internet and phone sites that have "ask a lawyer", or lawyer referral site.

Put your business info on the local part of yahoo.

Set up a referral system with other lawyers that practice other types of law. Then if one of you have a possible client that you do not handle that type of law you can refer it another one in the group.

According To Black'S Law Dictionary What Is The Meaning To The Word Real Person?

This should be asked in the law section.

But I would take a wild guess that a "real person" is just that: real.
This would be as opposed to an ethereal entity (AKA: "legal entity") such as a corporation.

Less likely, but still possible, is that it differentiates a real person from a figmentary one like santa claus, god or a fabricated description of an alleged perpetrator.

Divorce And Child Custody Question?
So...Let'S Say That A French Guy (40) Is Married To A Thai Woman (42) And They Have A 5 Year Old Daughter. The Thai Woman Just Wastes The Guy'S Money And Uses Their Daughter As A &Quot;Weapon&Quot; Against The Guy So He'D Give Her Money. Now, The Guy Found A New Woman And Wants Divorce With The Thai Woman. But She, Of Course, Doesn'T Agree With This And Threatens The Guy That He'D Never See His Child Again. She Also Said That She'Ll Give The Girl To Her Brother For Him To Adopt. Now, The Guy Is Having A Hard Time Getting The Divorce Since He'S Also Afraid For Their Daughter Since Prostitution Is Legal (?) / Prominent In Thailand. What Do You Think Should The French Guy Do? Does He Have A Chance In Winning His Daughter'S Custody? Thanks In Advance For Your Help! ^_^

I found this on the web;

If you divorce in Thailand, you have two options. Going to court and let the judge decide or if you both agree to the divorce and the terms you can go to the amphur and divorce and at the same time enter an agreements you make regarding property, child support and custody of the children.

A Thai court will always give both parties custody of the children, with appointing one parent where the children will stay and the other having visitation rights. The fact that you are a foreigner is of no concern, the court will decide based on what they think is in the best interest of the children. (Who is the best parent, not who has the most money).

Regarding maintenance payment, Thai law doesn't know alimony, but it does know child support. Although it is normally not more than about 6,000 baht a month. There is an international agreement on child support and there are not many countries where you can hide to avoid paying.

Is the daughter duel nationality? Was the marriage paperwork filed at the amphur and/or French Embassy? This type of stuff needs to be handled by a lawyer.

Read this article on divorcing in Thailand with a child involved.

I Need A Lawyers Advice?
Back In November, Me And 2 Of My Friends Were Involved In A Car Crash. Our Car Didnt Have Abs (Antilock Braking System) And Were Hit In The Rear. Although We Were Speeding, We Didnt Cause The Accident. Like I Said The Guy In The Other Car Hit Us From Behind Causing Us To Spin Out Of Control And Flipping Our Car 2 Or 3 Times. The Car Is Totaled And The Hospital Bills Were Extreme Including The Coma... My Question Is, Since This Was A Hit And Run (Yes The Other Guy Drove Off), And There Is No Evidence And No Eye Wittnesses, How Can We Sue This Man?

Unfortunately, there were no witnesses to the accident, and
since he has totaled his car any clues that his vehicle was
involved with your car may be gone.

I would report you suspicions to your local police department
they may be able to determine the existence of paint matching
your car on his and he would be charged with felony hit and
run. If he had insurance at the time of the accident, you can
still collect from them. My guess is the guy that hit you does
not have any assets that would be worth going after.
If he does and the police can link his car to the accident
call a lawyer and get your suit filed.

I believe that in California you have to file the law suit within
one year.
Glad that you are OK.