What Is an Allodial Title?

Answer In property law, an allodial title describes a situation where you own land, fixtures, buildings or any other real property without a cost. Additionally, an allodial title does not have any encumbr... Read More »

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Does an allodial title include mineral rights?

An allodial title would give you full ownership of your land without paying additional taxes on the existing property (without improvements) because you are required to pay a lifetime's taxes up fr... Read More »

How do I link a title to another sheet in Excel It just shows the number '0' instead of the title?

If by "title" you mean the text at the beginning of a column (or row) that tells what the data in the column (or row) is about, then you need a simple Formula that References the other Worksheet an... Read More »

Can you insure a car whose title is under your parents name and then change the name on the insurance to yours if they transfer the title to you?

Probably a state law issue. We have one car where the insurance is ion my wife's name and the car is in my name and nobody ever said anything. I would guess that in some states you can insure the c... Read More »

Is the Home Owners Association or the owner responsible to pay for laying of telephone cables to houses in a complex which is own title and not sectional title?

Your issue may be a local municipality issue, and one not necessarily based in the laws governing common interest community ownership. Read your governing documents to find how this issue is addres... Read More »