He has never denied this is her car & her financial responsibility. He does not drive the car. She has made all payments and it’s on her insurance. If they split, what are, if any, her legal rights to this car?
Under Virginia law, the Landlord is required to provide an itemized statement of damages that will be deducted from the security deposit to the Tenant within 30 days after the possession of the Premises is returned to the Landlord. There is no specific form for such a statement. If you are...Read more »
I recently moved out of a place I was renting, the lease ending on 7/31/19. My former housemate is staying at the place. On 3/21/19 I responded to a text from her asking if I was planning on staying indicating that I would not be. There is an auto-renewal clause in the lease, stating that it would... Read more »
Under the laws of Virginia, automatic renewal clauses in residential leases are legal as a contractual term and condition of the lease agreement. It sounds like there is a question of fact regarding whether the 60 day non-renewal notice was properly given as you and the landlord are disputing this...Read more »
What can we do to stop sell of land. Heirs do not want to sell our land but the court is trying to force. All taxes are paid every year and we have roughly 45 acres. Heirs never had a dispute but courts seems to think so. How can we stop a sale we never asked for
No attorney will take the case they won’t even look into it! All remedies filed up to DC. Bivens filled now waiting defendants to be served. We have substantial evidence the member of staff was dismissed due to misconduct. My friend desperately needs help to bring this lawsuit to court. None of... Read more »
On August 1, I went to recover my vehicle and was charged 475.00. There was an issue later that day in recovering my vehicle, the individual picking it up was late arriving to the garage, even though the operator was still there, he refused pickup on my vehicle. On August 6 I again made... Read more »
That is not illegal but is very unusual. The condition of the premises one week after you move out may be very different than the condition of the premises on the day you move out. To protect yourself, you should take photos of the entire premises on the day you move out and make sure the photos...Read more »
If the judgment was entered by the General District Court, there is a standard form on that court's webpage that you can fill in, print off and file with the court to request the judgment be marked "paid and satisfied." If you cannot find the form, call the clerk's office of that court for the...Read more »
If your lease states that rent is due on the first of the month, that is the day you are required to pay the rent. This sounds like a reasonable request for an accommodation by the landlord and is not really a question that the law in Virginia will provide a specific answer.
I woke up this morning to a big dumpster at door where I have to load furniture from, I called them and asked to move it over at least but no response, and by court papers I have until Monday. So is this legal what they did?
We purchased With our own money a portable unit for our bedroom and an window unit that have been on constantly for 2 weeks. We’ve spent close to $600 and have yet to receive our electricity bill. Our landlord lives in another state and had someone for her home warranty come out and give an... Read more »
A house on base which is 15 miles away. I gave a proper 32 day notice stating we was gonna fulfill our lease but not resign. Apparently they said they needed a 60 day notice. Not sure what I can do so I’m not charged the month to month rate fee in September. On base housing takes away my Basic... Read more »
We moved into a 17 year old house and only lived in it for a year. The landlord during the move out inspection told us about cleaning issues and carpet issues which we addressed by hiring her cleaners and carpet repairers and now she is claiming that we damaged the wood floors and emailed us that... Read more »
Building inspector will not pass inspection on the porch. I've had the code inspector out here every day since June 1St. This has been in court since April and my 2 year old has already fell threw the wooden slats on the side of the porch.
The factual posture of your matter is not a simple matter. In order to sue the owner, you will be best served to hire an attorney in the jurisdiction where you reside. You may want to call the Bar Association for that jurisdiction and ask for a referral of an attorney for the type of case you are...Read more »
To leave. My landlord refused to release either of us from the lease in case the house was abandoned. I worked 2 jobs and paid by myself. I filed a civil case with the signed lease and bank records to prove payment of rent. Should i provide anything else to fight for half of what i paid?
It was added to the contract that I would be allowed to stay until mid-July, which I was just shown on July 7th via email. Previously the old owners had asked if I could be out by mid-July. I had replied that I would try but I would need to secure a new place, which has been difficult. I have had... Read more »
Without the proper written notice from the current owner or a written agreement that you signed stating you agreed to move out, the new owner has not terminated the month-to-month tenancy according to the laws of Virginia. You may need to hire an attorney to represent you in this matter.
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