Quote LilyAllen: I read somewhere that sharon sold the house to Victor. I don't see why she would not do it anyways she has no more use for it she now lives in the abott masion, she's found herself and noah a new home!
Sharon owned it when they brought Vikki home from the hospital because Sharon gave Nikki permission to live there.
Yep i remeMber that, but perhaps she sold it after when she patched things up with jack.Why else would vitor have any right to sell a house that does not belong to him.
Darn these writers are at it again!! They are trying to make us beleive something that isn't true again. Yes, Sharon was given the house in her divorce settlement , and also at the end of the year Nicki did ask Sharon if she could move into her old home, and yes Sharon was going to move into the house before her and Jack got back together. No mention of her selling her house to anyone in the past 2 months. IF Victor had bought the house, why would he have to loan JT the money to buy it???
JT is buying the house from Victor. Let's give JT credit, he refused to accept the house as a gift from his father-in-law. JT wants to take care of his family himself. The only way Victor could get JT and Vicky to stay at the ranch was to sell them the house.
That doesn't address the issue that the house belongs to Sharon.
Once Victor got the property in the divorce settlement, he either bought it from Sharon or it reverted back to him if the sale of the house to Sharon wasn't legally binding. I'm not clear about how you can own a house on someone else's land and have the property change hands! Suffice to say, JT and Vicky now own the house, which they are buying from Victor who owns the land.
There NEVER was a sale of the house to Sharon as it was a gift from Victor to them. She and Nick owned it jointly and she was awarded the entire house in the divorce. You obviously don't know property as it pertains to land and structures. A dear friend I grew up with and her husband just sold a several thousand acre cattle ranch in Wyoming for 12 million dollars,that had been in the family over 100 years as a homestead, and they retained ownership of the homestead structures and main home. The value of a ranch is in the land - not the residence(s)...unless you have a Bill Gates or an Aaron Spelling or a Vanderbilt mansion!!!