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Re: Legal opinions [Re: machinist] #14021288 06/04/21 11:45 PM
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Call Neil Blanton and raise Hell.

I worked at the power plant for 35 years so I know Neal Blanton very well. He was about the sorriest employee the electric company ever had

Maybe but he can cook a mighty fine steak!

Re: Legal opinions [Re: machinist] #14021397 06/05/21 01:51 AM
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I would guess they are increasing the lease cost as a function of the appraised value. Leases often are way under valued.

Re: Legal opinions [Re: Samsonsworld] #14021413 06/05/21 02:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Samsonsworld
Pay it a couple of years then file for a title on the land.

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Re: Legal opinions [Re: redchevy] #14022644 06/06/21 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by redchevy
You say you lease the property?

What does the lease say? The lease should detail who handles what expenses of the property. Taxes, insurance, upkeep etc.

For residential type lots $35,000 an acre sounds cheap pending where you are at, if they are water front etc. it sounds dirt cheap.

You think 35K is cheap? I don’t think the land around the Graham square is worth $35,000 an acre. As for the lease it doesn’t say anything about taxing the home owners for the land.
I wouldn’t have near as big a problem if they had taken the price of the land off the appraised value of the property making my house worth $103,000

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Re: Legal opinions [Re: machinist] #14022685 06/06/21 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by machinist
Originally Posted by redchevy
You say you lease the property?

What does the lease say? The lease should detail who handles what expenses of the property. Taxes, insurance, upkeep etc.

For residential type lots $35,000 an acre sounds cheap pending where you are at, if they are water front etc. it sounds dirt cheap.

You think 35K is cheap? I don’t think the land around the Graham square is worth $35,000 an acre. As for the lease it doesn’t say anything about taxing the home owners for the land.
I wouldn’t have near as big a problem if they had taken the price of the land off the appraised value of the property making my house worth $103,000


35k is cheap I'm not understanding the arrangement exactly, you have a land lease from the city and built a house on it?

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