We obtained a judgement in our favor for damages and unpaid rent against former tenants. They were married when they moved in but separated around the time they moved out and are now living in different towns. To collect the money owed do we serve the judgement papers to both and split the amount... Read more »
Lived here almost 7 yrs,have made *several requests for repairs via email,maintenance portal,txt mssgs.the roof leaks,is deteriorating,&has black mold.paying for 5bdrm but cant utilize upstairs rooms.Also,has no heating upstairs.Heating vents blow inbetween walls&floors cause there's not any... Read more »
I let a 17 year old move in because I was told his father kicked him out because he is gay. I found out he just left because he does not get along with his father. Can I kick him out immediately even though he has recieved mail here and my roommate doesn't care if he is here? We rent but I pay 2/3... Read more »
You can ask your tenant to leave or even entice him to move-out. But, if that fails, you'll need to proceed via the judicial eviction process which begins with legally enforceable notice. If you are unfamiliar I recommend that you contact an attorney to at least guide you through the process as...Read more »
I co-purchased a rental apt with my sister to use as a home base for our business in Denver, CO. I live in Tennessee. The apartment was part of a larger investment I/we made toward a shared business that has since gone bankrupt and failed. It was verbally agreed that we would keep (and perhaps... Read more »
If I loaned $6000. for a down payment on our house in 2013, is it too late to collect? We lived together for several years and recently been going through child custody proceedings. We were never married. He refuses to pay what is owed. Please help
Landlord informs us they're installing new tile in the kitchen and we agree to do it while we're out of town. Contractors partially flood kitchen and basement removing the dishwasher. Water isn't turned off and leaks for two days before community mechanic fixes it. Mechanic says he was aware of... Read more »
Your Landlord and the Landlord's contractor are likely responsible to you for the damages that they caused to your personal property. You may want to consider having a lawyer send a demand letter or initiate a lawsuit.
We rented our basement to a couple on 12-12-19 and they put a deposit down to hold the room til the first when they would move in. They signed a lease for a year on the 17th of December and on the 30th they called and said they changed their minds and wanted their deposit back. I am taking a loss... Read more »
The tenant signed a lease which creates a financial obligation on that tenant. He or she does not have the unilateral right to terminate that lease. Whether or not the tenant moves in is his choice whether or not you choose to enforce your right to get paid until you find a new tenant is your...Read more »
If you have purchased the home, then yes, you can sell it. But, your question seems to indicate that your seller has never delivered title to you. In order to sell you'll need to deliver title to the buyer. Hopefully, your seller will cooperate.
No - It is not likely that you pledged real estate as collateral to obtain a credit card. However, if you have debt issues, I recommend that you contact a Bankruptcy attorney, you may be surprised how much BK can do for you.
Married couple rented my home in 2014, they have recently separated and he moved out. She wants to remain but is requesting a new lease with him left off. They renewed their lease in 2017 but are currently living month to month after that lease expired in 2018. I want to ensure he can't come after... Read more »
Contract stated 25% fee every week for non payment. The original invoice was in dispute, and after 7 days they charged me $1022 in interest on an invoice of $4088. I believe in Colorado the ursury limit is 45% per annum. Does ursury limits apply in this case, or is it just consumer loans (money... Read more »
No but yes. Builders are not required to offer any warranty. But, a owner may bring suit against the builder under the Construction Defect Statute for defects for up to 10 years after completion of the home.
Hope helps. You should contact an attorney if your builder is not cooperating...Read more »
I have a Colorado lease that has several legal errors, such as governing law is listed as Massachusetts, landlord can lock out the tenant, as well as, all the parties listed on the lease did not sign off. A Property Management Company posted a notification on my door on 10/3/2019 informing me... Read more »
A landlord may designate an agent (Property Management Co) to step in and administer the lease on his behalf, unless the lease specifically says otherwise. It was smart of you to verify this transfer with the Landlord prior to delivering money to the Property Manager.
I took a HELOC loan on my other property to pay this property off per our agreement after I paid the property off my parents are now getting a divorce and my mother agrees to the the agreement we had and is willing to sign over the property of to me but my father is not. We had an oral agreement... Read more »
You may have some rights and remedies. I recommend that you contact an attorney to discuss the exact facts, agreements, evidence, willingness of Mom to cooperate, etc. Then you'll be able to make a decision about how to move forward in demanding your property.
Contract for vacant building lot specified a Land Plat Survey and seller provided a Improvement Location Certificate. The ILC specifically says it is only for Title co. and is not to be relied on for establishment of fence, building or other future improvement lines. Spoke with Surveyor who... Read more »
She is stating the the floors are not level. At first their claim was we finished the basement with non floating walls, but when they found out that the basement was already finished, they are now stating well it must be something we did upstairs.
You should consult an attorney to assist you in defending yourself against these claims. There are likely other facts that need to be discussed but it is possible that you could make a claim against the Plaintiff for attorney fees to defend yourself against this lawsuit.
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