Trust and Estates

Fall in northern wilderness, Yukon, Canada

How Do I Get a Homestead on Government Land in Northern Canada?

by: Contributor

Homesteading in Canada is a thing of the past. Most land that is not owned by a private party is Crown Land and is managed by the government. While all Canadians are entitled to camp on Crown Land for up to 21 days, claiming a piece of land as your ...
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How to Amend Your Deed of Trust

How to Amend Your Deed of Trust

by George Lawrence J.D.

California Grant Deed Requirements

by John Stevens J.D.

Arranging the funeral may be part of the executor's duties.

What Is the North Carolina Statute for the Time Period for an Executor to Settle an Estate?

by Fraser Sherman

a Deed, Deceased Parents

How to Transfer a Deed From Deceased Parents

by: Max Power

The transfer of property from the estate of deceased parents to their heirs is documented by filing a legally recognized deed at the office of the county clerk. This document may take the form of either an executor's deed or an administrator's deed, ...
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How to Find Unclaimed Land

by: Hilary Ferrand

Generally, the process of finding unclaimed land and acquiring it for free is called "homesteading." Homesteading laws were introduced to transfer land owned in the public domain to private ownership, but these laws were repealed in 1976. Today, any ...
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How to Fill Out CT Probate Forms

by: Kate Fogle

The role of the Connecticut Probate Court is to oversee the distribution of the estate when someone who owns property dies. If the person who died, called the decedent, left a will, the will determines how property will be distributed. If the ...
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by: Giselle Diamond

When a death occurs unexpectedly, a friend or relative may opt to transfer her cemetery property to the immediate family of the deceased in order to avoid the cost of a cemetery plot. When transferring the property, a quit claim deed is used to ...
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