Bert wants to buy Bunny Lane`s house, but he is not entitled to a mortgage. Bert tells Larry that if Larry acts like a straw party, Bert`s going to pay Larry $5,000. Larry tells his mortgage agent he wants to buy a mortgage to buy the Bunny Lane house as a straw party for Bert. The mortgage broker finds a lender lender willing to finance the transaction, but the lender asks for a down payment of $20,000. Bert puts $20, 000 in Larry`s account. Larry acquires the property with Bert`s down payment and loan. In fact, it`s clear that Larry is acting like a straw party. Bert makes payments for the loan. Bert gets Larry to sign a straw party, and Bert will sue later in the regional court.
The clerk checks the facts and therefore does not collect 2 per cent of the actual tax. Bert owns the property and continues to get Larry`s loan. Bert pays Larry the $5,000, and both parties are satisfied. Straw men sometimes buy straw to protect the privacy of the economic beneficiary or to allow the economic beneficiary to acquire a property if the seller`s rules, policies or prejudices may not have authorized it. The purchase of real estate is legal as long as the straw is not part of an attempt to defraud a mortgage lender or other creditor. Upon review, we believe that those of our Supreme Court in Carlino and Gladwyne Colony, Inc. v. Lower Merion Township, 409 Pa.
441, 187 A.2d 549 (1963) „Contract Zoning” cases that have been reviewed by the parties are not applicable to file a complaint against a land use case in court. To this end, as the Tribunal has recognized here, several Court cases consider transaction agreements to be an admissible instrument for resolving land-use disputes. See Yaracs; Boeing; Summits; Al Monzo. This is also the case where such an agreement authorizes a derogation from existing zoning by-law regulations. Peaks. Members of the fraud ring could create false documents to expose excessive income for the straw buyer, which would allow them to obtain more financing than they would normally be able to benefit from. The straw buyer may have been deceived by misinformation from the other parties. In the terminology used by real estate agents, a straw man is a person who acts as a channel for convenience when owning and transferring ownership of the property in question.