One situation that many homeowners eventually encounter concerns home construction. Whether it be new homeowners or longtime homeowners, construction can cause serious legal headaches for residents. Many construction deals can be completed with minimal conflict. However, serious tension between contractors and homeowners can arise when a contractor fails to complete a project. When this happens, there are many factors a homeowner should consider to get the job completed.
One of the most difficult situations a homeowner can encounter is when a houseguest has overstayed their welcome. Most homeowners try to avoid that awkward conversation and nine times out of ten, the houseguest will voluntarily leave. However, in those rare cases when a houseguest refuses to leave, a homeowner should be advised of their legal rights and the steps they should take. This is especially true when it comes to evicting family members. Evicting family members seems to be a gray area in real estate law which requires legal expertise. These are five steps to consider if you ever encounter a similar problem: