She responded quickly and informed me she did not see any damage either - not to worry it was okay and would park better in the future. Last Thursday, an itemized estimate for car repair was left on my kitchen table without any notice, entering my apartment without notice. This is over 35 days... Read more »
This is not really a landlord-tenant matter, although she should not have entered your apartment without your permission. You should tell her that you do not feel that you should pay the bill because it was agreed at the time of the incident that there was no damage to the car. If she,...Read more »
It was a verbal agreement. He quit paying her 4 months ago and now acts as if he owns the house. He even told her to find elsewhere to live. He has only paid a total of $2450 out of $75000. Did damage to the property without fixing it. He refuses to leave or pay. Can she evict him?
I am going away for a month, Share apartment with another person. Their name is on the lease, mine is not. This is not a vacation that I am going on. I feel like I should NOT be held responsible for my portion of the rent as I will not be incurring any expenses, nor will I be bringing in any income... Read more »
While, technically, the person whose name is on the lease is liable for the rent, you should contribute to your portion of the rent for the month you are going to be away. If the entire rent is not paid, you could be subject to eviction as an occupant of the premises. You might want to look at it...Read more »
One of the tenants are disabled the other one has a asthmatic machine. So what can we do legally to get our electric back on because they shut it off. We put our rent toward cockroach sprays and bug killer and bait and traps
My grandmother died a few years back and my father and three siblings inherited the property. My father no longer wants his share of the land but my uncle and aunts still want their shares of the property. What is the process to go about so my father no longer has any bearing to the land? This land... Read more »
You can only be sentenced up to one year in county jail for each misdemeanor. Sentences must run concurrently if each crime was committed by the same act. You cannot be sentenced to prison for a misdemeanor.
We had court in October of last year and we worked out an agreement, landlord has since received money on my behalf from ny state erap program and she wants to sell the place so she had me served with a 14 day eviction thats up this week, that was from our court date last october, but she accepted... Read more »
My grandmother has a will which lists my father and two aunts as beneficiaries. The will states that if one of those parties predeceases her, their share will be given to their children. In 2017, my father passed away. In Februaryof 2021, my grandmother (dads mom) passed away. My aunts have not... Read more »
United States Postal regulations require landlords of buildings containing three or more apartments to provide secure mail boxes for each apartment unless the management has arranged to distribute the mail to each apartment. Landlords must keep the mail boxes and locks in good repair.
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