A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. At this point, you could reach out to injury law firms in your state to try to arrange a free initial consult - that's the norm in the industry. An attorney could examine the accident in detail and...Read more »
we lost a lot. I forgot to get my medication I take daily for my health that my Dr prescribed, they will not let me in to get it. I have not had my medication since Friday, and I can feel myself slowly going downhill. My husband called, and they told him no, I could not get it. I just got a 90... Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. You could continue to await a response, but you describe a difficult situation with the deprivation of your medication, so another option could be to reach out to a...Read more »
We tried to contain it while we waited for the maintenance guys, it took over two hours before they had some people come in and clean it/disinfect it all. They had to throw everything out, since it had all been contaminated.
I am nervous about us getting sick, especially since it was in the... Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your ordeal. I hope everyone in your family is okay. A landlord-tenant attorney could have more insight than a personal injury attorney here in terms of habitability and related issues...Read more »
You need to speak with your landlord. If at anytime you were in violation of the lease and your landlord complied with the SC landlord tenant act you can be evicted even if you have since caught up on your rent. Make sure to talk to your landlord and get something in writing that they will dismiss...Read more »
A month after moving in my apartment, there was a faulty leak caused by building contractors, causing cracks through my kitchen ceiling, almost caving in on us and resulted in a widespread of mold. This year again over 14,000 count of toxic black mold has returned. I've done everything... Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your heartbreaking and stressful situation. Unfortunately, as you've already learned on your own, mold cases can be difficult to find representation for. Many injury law firms do not...Read more »
Generally speaking, if both parties signed it and there is other evidence available of when it was signed and returned (emails, metadata, etc.) it is likely valid for 12 months from the date of signing. Alternatively, if there is a date block on the signature line, that date may be used. Lease and...Read more »
These people let me move in there house which has been empty for a year...The helped me out and only charged me $300 dollars for rent because my SSDI was not much.. I have been staying for about I months now.. I got a phone call telling me I had to move out in 2 months because they wanted to enjoy... Read more »
It really depends if there is a written lease. If there is a lease setting out a term (length of time) that the lease is valid for they cannot evict you before the end of that lease unless they have some cause to do so. If it is only a verbal lease it is normally presumed that it is a month to...Read more »
The apts. have been here for at least 40 years. I've been here 17 yrs. No upgrade or anything. New owners come from New York City , Bought the property and now tacking all these fees on us, pest fee:$5.00, Community Fee: $10.00, Renter's ins. $12:00 for the building only, My rent now is... Read more »
You would need to take a look at the lease that you signed. The written lease determines the duties and obligations between the parties. in most cases leases are signed for one year at a time and landlords are within their rights to increase rent and fees from year to year but not during a lease...Read more »
For example I was given until 4:30 pm Dec 24, 2019 to pay the bond so if I don't pay it can the landlord call the sheriff and have me removed at 5pm on the above mentioned date or does he have to go back to the magistrate and get a order to remove me immediately
We signed a year lease, a month later the property changed hands a new lease was never signed.we have lived here going on 3 years. And have fell on hard times due to having a baby. We said there was somethings need to be fixed before we sign a new lease. It's a lot that needs fixed. They were... Read more »
There are very specific requirements under the SC Landlord Tennant Act that you must comply with before you are able to withhold any rent. Failure to comply with all of those requirements could result in eviction if you withhold rent. I would recommend that you reach out to an attorney near you so...Read more »
In a year long lease with two others that is joint and severely. I have paid my rent on time and in full for the existing 6 months yet my two roommates are continually late on payments and have accrued late fees and bounced check fees on our account. About 2 month ago after they accrued a balance... Read more »
If you are jointly and severally liable for the entire rent you have very limited options other than catching up the back rent and fees in order to stay in the property. Otherwise the eviction will likely go forward. Take a copy of the lease to an attorney and they might be able to give you some...Read more »
My friend’s neighbor in the apartment under her calls the cops on her probably once a month for having her TV too loud. I have been in her apartment when it happened. Not only was it not loud at all, it was in the middle of the afternoon on a weekend. Apparently she is known to do this with all... Read more »
Numerous mobile home units are neglected from repairs. There are units with water damage, units that are rotting, units that are literally falling apart, and huge pest infection throughout whole MHP which in some units living point blank is impossible. Yet homes still get rented out.
This was his 3rd DUI and it appears he'll be jailed for a while. I have no idea how long. He doesn't have anyone to throw his bail and I declined myself. I don't want to be financially responsible. He is on a month-to-month agreement and has been here just over a year.... Read more »
The judge order the defendant. To move me the defendant never moved me but they issued a rule to vacate but the judge nervous issued a form four but later Dismissed the case with prejudice after he granted negligence in court.
Spent 12 years with someone who always referred to me as his wife.. even a judge in the courtroom. I claimed him on my taxes over the years, and we have purchased things such as auto insurance, healthcare, etc as husband and wife. On July 4, 2017 he ran off an married another woman, who I did not... Read more »
You would have to file for divorce and establish common law marriage as part of that case in family court. If the court finds that you are common law married, you can be granted a divorce and a division of any assets determined to be marital. You will need a lawyer to accomplish this. I suggest you...Read more »
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