Unless your lease says otherwise or there is an emergency situation involved, the landlord is generally allowed to enter into the premise to prospective tenants or purchasers for purposes such as repairs, inspections, installation and showing the house/apt, provided that s/he gave you a...Read more »
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It appears to be unusual for an owner/landlord to wait this long. It's almost 8 months since the last payment. You will probably need to commence an eviction proceeding in the local court that has...Read more »
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If your fence height is less than the legal max and it's located on your property, then RPAPL § 871 won't help the new owner requesting for removal of your fence unless it's encroaching on his/her land.
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Why were you pulled over in the first place? Speeding? A broken tail light? Was this done part of a traffic "checkpoint" stop by the police? Roadblocks? Did you have any prescription medication in your...Read more »
The answer depends on what you mean by "title liens." If you mean liens like mortgage, there is generally no statute of limitation (SOL) of any kind. But if you mean other types of liens such as judgment liens, then certain SOL apply, but these liens are often renewable. by the lien holders.
Assuming that this is in NY, there is an implied warranty of habitability under the New York Real Property Law § 235-b. If your landlord doesn't repair the qualified conditions, then you have the right to withhold the rent. If the filthy condition has been established as well as its serious...Read more »
More specifics about your case will be needed. "Riding" and "electric scooter" often mean different things to different people including police officers. Other various factors will need to be considered for your potential recovery for your injuries.
More specifics will need to be disclosed to better answer the question. Assuming that your situation concerns New York, usually, it depends what the lease says. Sometimes you have the obligation to return the premises in the same condition as existed when leased. Sometimes, the lease says you can...Read more »
It's not clear from the question what "owned" by the landlord means. In New York, there must be an independent (aka arms-length) relationship between the real estate agent/broker and the owned/landlord. If you can sufficiently show that such an independent relationship does not...Read more »
8 years ago, I was pulled over in my employer landscaping pickup( no trailer). I was running late that morning and he surprised me with a vehicle I never drove before which was preloaded with equipment. My License was suspended for this got suspension lifted before paying fine .Pick up truck had... Read more »
So I was on the highway and was pulled over for speeding and failure to use turn signals and for my tints. The cop did not give me a ticket for speeding and gave me a ticket for failure to use turn signals and tints. If i plead not guilty and go to court can he bring up the fact that I was speeding... Read more »
Signal violation (VTL 1163) is an independent violation. Unless you have also been charged with reckless driving (VTL 1212) or following too closely/tailgating (VTL 1129), etc, the fact of speeding itself will not be relevant to your signal violation.
She hosts young children for early life education through a variety of programs. Whenever it rains, it pours through the ceiling with video proof. She has to cancel classes, refund parents and as a new business risks families going else where. What can she do to make the landlord fix the roof? Or... Read more »
From the description in the question, it appears that the space involved is a commercial one. It's recommended that your wife or her attorney reviews the existing lease and see if there is any term that requires the landlord to maintain the building affecting your wife's space.
When I call to set up a tour of an apartment, some people ask about my income, credit, number of people living with me etc. Seems unnecessary to have to answer these when I don't even know if I like the unit yet. What is the legality to them pre-screening on the phone?
In NY, landlords can ask these questions lawfully. They cannot ask some personal questions such as religion, national origin, age, etc. They cannot ask if you are married and have kids, but they can legitimately ask you how many people will be living in the apt unit.
The answer to your question will be " depends...", but if the rodent infestation has been established as well as its serious interference with your living, and your landlord knows about it, probably you can. There is an implied warranty of habitability under the New York Real Property Law...Read more »
No one else in town has to be fined it even says so in an article the town put in the post journal! It is my first offense and they stated that no fines for first time offender I have a dumpster so I can dispose of things because I’moving and a trailer that I put unwanted things in to take to the... Read more »
I don't know where you reside, but dumpsters are often regulated at a local/township level. Some cities have ordinances that require you to obtain a "dumpster permit" even if it will be placed on your private property. You may want to contact your local/city/municipal township for...Read more »
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