You can file an action called an entry and detainer immediately after the tenant breaches the rental agreement for failing to pay the rent on the due date. You do not have to give written notice if the tenant is delinquent on their rent.
yes the other day i was givin a ipad to fix from a pawnshop and thats because she heard i fix them so she ask me well i said yes i can fix it so i brought it home and i left my phone number there i never told the lady how long i would have it but any ways with me working on it and waiting for apple... Read more »
I live in a Section 8 apartment complex and my landlord gave me a lease violation for my downstairs neighbor attacking myself and my service animal. She tried to smash her head with an ashtray and physically assaulted me then sprayed me and my dog in the face with ammonia. I was almost to the top... Read more »
The answer is that you can be written up for just about any reason but the main issue is does the reason for the write up violate any provisions of Section 8 or not. Being the victim of a crime is not a legal reason for being evicted.
works in one city, but resides in the city where the case is to be held. The person states they will not show up because they are no longer employed by the state and must be compensated with lodging, mileage, and lost wages in order to show. I am acting Pro Se. Am I required to compensate this... Read more »
In order for a witness to be made to appear under subpoena, you must follow the law in paying a witness fee and mileage and other conditions set forth in the statutes. So you are required to compensate witnesses you subpoena. Depending on how critical their testimony is to your case will be the...Read more »
Have rights to the baby cuz the mom and dad signed a notorized paper giveing them rights. My daughter doesn't have any form of ID so I know this is crap. They won't allow my daughter or any family to leave their house with the baby. Can we just go get him? She's a minor and believes anything they... Read more »
You cannot legally go and just pick up the child. If your daughter would leave with the child and go with you then you can do that in order to visit with the child. The father merely signing just the birth certificate is not a legal means of establishing him as the natural father. DHS has forms to...Read more »
To answer that question an attorney would need to review your Decree of Dissolution. Unless the Decree which sets out your obligation to pay child support exempts your having to pay while the children visit with you during the summer visitation, you must pay the support monthly or as set out within...Read more »
You must check the land records to insure that the driveway the City is claiming to be an alley is indeed an alley or a part of your property. Obviously, if the driveway was built on property owned by the City and deemed an alley, the City may then enforce their rights concerning the use of that...Read more »
Whenever a child reaches the age of majority which is the age of 18, they become an adult at that time and may move from their parents residence even if still in High School. Excepting certain restrictions such as the purchase of alcohol among others, they are deemed adults and may vote and enter...Read more »
Your question does not give enough facts in order to be answered properly. Depending on how the deed was made out when it was purchased and transfered over to you and him, that would tell the percentage he owned. For example, if the deed was made out to you and him as joint tenants with rights of...Read more »
No fees are owed. Previous tenant (gifter) stayed the 5 years. My son has home title in his name on the way in the mail. Owner states she will not release lien until he has also stayed for another 5 years. Tag office states if we have lien release information they will issue new title. My son has... Read more »
Since your son hasn't executed a contract with the park owner, he would need to look at the contract signed between the person he was gifted the home from and the property owner and see what the conditions on the home are. Take the contract to an attorney for help.
I need help badly right now my baby has been being kept from me by her dad since July of last year he told me he was going to give her back in February after she had dental surgery and he is refusing to let me have her back he is threatening me that he is taking full custody of her. I need help I... Read more »
If the child resides in Oklahoma the law states that the mother of the child has custody until the father of the child is determined by paternity testing. The mother needs to hire an attorney now to possible get the child returned to her until parentage is determined through a paternity proceeding.
We have been renting a 3bed 2 bath month to month lease. Can my landlord sell it without us knowing & then tell us to find somewhere to go within 30 days & still took our rent money we gave her before she told us we had to move out.
The security deposit is to insure the rental is returned to the landlord in the shape you received it at the start of the lease with normal wear and tear excepted.The rental amount is a separate issue. The landlord may state that you left the rental in poor shape requiring them to use that deposit...Read more »
i recently went on a trip without my parents and when i got back i discovered they had gone through my room and taken a few things. of the things they took only one of them was something they had paid for.
You are an adult at age 18. Anything you purchased with your own money is your property no matter where you live. Even if your parents gave you money as a gift or you earned it, anything you purchase with those proceeds is your property.
I have a 16 year old who turns 17 this summer. She is one of my strong willed children and is currently using our home on a come and go basis. I have suspected and proved some wax using extracted from marijuana. She turned her life around from 14 and got caught up in school and now she's almost 17... Read more »
There is no legal method of allowing your daughter to move out on her own. However, many children that age do so and DHS is reluctant to get involved. As for you being liable for trouble she may cause, there is that possibility that you could indeed be held liable for her tortious actions.
I have a 16 year old child that has a account he set up with his grandparent to be able to buy his first car now his grandparent has passed away and thought he put me on the paperwork to take over when he passed away but he filled out the wrong paper and I take over if my son passes away. My son is... Read more »
If the money is in a bank, you should take your son to the bank with his I.D. and your I.D. and explain the situation. The bank may let you sign for him as his parent without having to spend money on getting a guardianship, which usually would require you hiring an attorney which would cost a fair...Read more »
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