Real estate forms are legal forms professionals in the real estate industry use to ratify transactions. To make deals that involve real estate legal, parties can declare their consent using real estate documents, including agreements, contracts, and deeds. Meanwhile, there are non-legally binding real estate documents, including property checklists and information request forms.
90 Day Notice to Quit Due to Foreclosure Holdover Tenant
This form is used by an owner-by-foreclosure, a successor owner or their agent when they have acquired ownership of residential property at or following a foreclosure sale and seek removal of a tenant who occupied the property at the time of the foreclosure sale, to notify the tenant to vacate within 90 days.
A person who finds abandoned property may claim it. In the context of intellectual property, abandoned property refers to the relinquishing of intellectual property rights by an owner. It gives the person the rights to claim an abandoned intellectual property.
Affidavit of Death of Joint Tenant
This form is used by a surviving joint tenant or their agent when another joint tenant on title to property has died, to remove the deceased joint tenant from title.
Authorization for Lender Verification of Information
This form is used by a loan broker or lender when arranging or making a consumer mortgage, to authorize them to order a consumer credit report and verify information contained in the borrower's mortgage application.