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An Unwanted Gift

When a dilapidated building is suddenly yours

March 6, 2013

It’s a case of a surprise real estate transaction. The deed was signed and notarized. The sellers agreed to give up the property for $1. Transfer taxes of $281.73 were pai....

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TJR63PA

Mar-06-13 8:12 AM

That is just ignorant. Every transaction takes TWO parties/individuals and if the process currently in place only requires ONE to make a change, then the government agency needs to FIX their BROKEN process. How can someone, without your consent, place a financial burden on you without your knowledge, just stupid. This individual should NOT be responsible for fixing the problem to remove her name, the agency should fix it.

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cletis80

Mar-06-13 7:56 AM

I remember an article in the paper a year or so ago saying this lady was going to start a business in that building. She's probably just trying to get out of the hassle of the property.

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writer10

Mar-06-13 2:24 AM

careful with who you do business with. know the people you associate yourself with.

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