This Encroachment Agreement is an agreement between a city and a property owner who owns an adjoining property to a lot owned by the city.
The city will allow an encroachment onto the lot by an element of the owner's property, such as a sidewalk, fence or driveway.
The property owner will maintain the encroachment, which must not exceed a specified size.
If the city requires the use of the portion of the lot on which the encroachment lies, the property owner will have 90 days to remove the encroaching element. If the owner does not comply, the city may undertake removal and charge the costs to the owner.
This Agreement for Encroachment onto City Property form is fully customizable to fit your specific circumstances.
If you are selling your home on a "For Sale by Owner" basis, you can still have a realtor show your home to an interested party by signing this Agreement to Allow a Showing or Consider an Offer through a Realtor.
Under the Agreement, you agree to allow the realtor to show the property and/or make an offer on behalf of a specified purchaser only.
The Agreement does NOT constitute a listing relationship between the parties.
This Agreement to Allow Showing or Offer Through Realtor is available in MS Word format, and is easy to edit and fill in with your specific information.
Transfer your interest in a real estate property in Alabama with this easy-to-use Quitclaim Deed.
Under the Quitclaim Deed, the transferor conveys all of its interest in the property to the transferee but does not provide any warranties regarding the property. This form of Deed is often used to remove one spouse's name from title following divorce proceedings.
This Alabama Quitclaim Deed form is provided in MS Word format and is easy to download, fill in and print.
Transfer the interest in a real estate property in Alabama from a husband and wife to another husband and wife with this Quitclaim Deed for Joint Ownership with rights of survivorship.
The transferors convey their interest in the property to the transferees, but do not provide any warranties regarding the property. The transferees will hold title as joint tenants, with rights of survivorship, which means that if one of them dies, title to the property passes to the surviving joint tenant.
This Alabama Quitclaim Deed for Joint Ownership form is provided in MS Word format and is easy to download, fill in and print.
Transfer title to a real estate property in Alabama from two spouses to one person with this easy-to-use Quitclaim Deed from Husband and Wife to Individual.
Under the Quitclaim Deed, the transferors (grantors) convey all of their interest in the property to the transferee (grantee) but do not provide any warranties regarding the property. This form of Deed is often used following a divorce, to remove one spouse's name from title to the property.
This Alabama Quitclaim Deed from Husband and Wife to Individual form is available in MS Word format and is easy to use and fully customizable.