She lied in court saying that we added my name to the lease. When we obtained the copy with my name on there from the leasing office. We were advised by county clerk and prosecutor to pursue legal action. Do I have a case? I don't know who to talk to.
I have neighbors that have been making plenty of noise since they have moved in above us. They got multiple dogs that make constant noise any time they leave, use power tools sometimes until 3am, play music so loud it echos in my apartment, and their kids ride non- street legal dirt bikes through... Read more »
My dog was on a leash and had a collar on and we were taking him to the car to arrive at another destination when my neighbor brought their small dog out which taunts mine. My dog just whined until the woman grabbed her dog and swung it like a rag doll and then mine broke his collar and charged at... Read more »
No the automatic stay does not protect you automatically from a lanlord eviction. However there is a section of the bankruptcy code that allows you to pay the rent you are behind on into the court and force the landlord to accept it. Then you can finish the remaining months of your lease. This...Read more »
I wanted to get a very large drain fixed in front of my parking spot because I’ve fallen into it and my car is damaged because of it and I called the city, they came to look at it and the maintenance people kicked them off the property and came to my apartment and yelled at me for trying to get... Read more »
My nearly 40 yr old daughter and her family moved in when they were evicted, and it was supposed to be temp. They do not pay rent and have totally trashed our house. We need them out of here as the stress is unbearable. Her husband smirked at us and said we couldnt evict them due to covid. Surely... Read more »
Covid protections for evictions have expired. You can evict them now most anywhere in Kentucky. Simply go to your district court snd file a petition to evict. Also, if you ever catch them all gone from your home at the same time, simply set their belongings on the curb, change the locks and you...Read more »
I hired attorneys, I hadn't heard from them in a couple months so I called to see what was going on and I was then told they had tried to contact me an had to drop my case because they couldn't reach me for discovery. They had the correct phone number & address, they had came to my... Read more »
On what date and year did the accident happen? Generally, in Kentucky you only have one year from the date of your injury to file a lawsuit. Please let me know the answer to my question so I can further advise you.
I told the landlord of this mobile home park that the pitbull had moved in next door. She said she'd check into it and get back to me. One month later, the dog was in my yard and attacked my tiny dog, attacked me, and killed my dog which was right at my feet. Not an apology or even paying me... Read more »
The property sits on an acre of land on my mother-in-laws farm. What would happen if my husband and I divorced? Since she doesn't live with us I feel as if she shouldn't have ties in the share value of the home. Also, what would happen if my mother-in- and father-in-law divorced? Would he... Read more »
Seeing the actual deed would be important, but basically you, your husband and m-I-l are either tenants in common or tenants with right of survivorship. Either way you m-I-l has a 1/3 or 1/2 interest in the property. If you and your husband divorce, she would be entitled to 1/3. If she and her...Read more »
The bug guys come in and will look/snoop and when they go to leave the maintenance man who's normally the one who comes in with them to snoop but not now with the covid he stays outside and when they leave he ask them if they seen more then one animal and they do answer. Can they even do that?... Read more »
I have attempted to reach out to the property owner over all of the mold i have found. Who should I contact over this and what exactly are my rights as a tenant? Can I break my lease and move because of how bad the mold is? I have 3 children in the home and we all have been sick for awhile. Please... Read more »
Contact your local health department as well as a certified black mold inspector who can give you a report on the toxicity of the situation and what needs to be done to rectify it both temporarily and permanently.
I live in Subsidized housing (rent based on income), recently the re-certification person requested a copy of my 2019 Federal Income tax in order for me to be re-certified. I feel that she was being nasty for no reason and unprofessional, simply because I was the ONLY one that turned in my tax... Read more »
I would review the documents provided by the program under which your housing is subsidized. Just pull the documents directly and see what they say. Then if you feel that the landlord has requested too much you have documentation to backup your claim and contact information for the organization...Read more »
My dog was not DNA tested when I signed lease or moved in Oct 2018 ... they completed DNA testing in Feb 2020. Now they are trying to fine me for samples collected in Dec 2018, March 2019, and Feb 2020. Can they do this? I have always picked up my dogs bathroom, but sometimes weather or even... Read more »
Are you required to clean up after your dog if you're disabled? I have a service dog (task trained not some stupid fake ESA with a vest) and while he can carry things for me... he can't scoop his own poop and I can't always scoop myself. Can I get in trouble for leaving it?
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