It sounds a little unusual, but a signed written lease could explain it away. The lease should include the term start date, possession date, and payment. If you paid for the entire month of May it would be surprising if you'd need to pay anything to move in early, but without seeing the lease...Read more »
It depends on your jurisdiction/State, but the process of evicting a tenant generally requires a 'notice to quit' and filing with the county court where the property is located. That eviction process may cost money, but you might be able to have the evicted tenant pay for the cost of eviction.
You'll need to specify the State where the attack took place. There is almost certainly a cause of action for the destruction of property (the pet), and it is possible that your sister could recover for mental pain in this instance, but I am not aware of a broad consensus among jurisdictions....Read more »
You'll need to provide your state, every state has a little different law regarding landlords and tenants. Subject to your state's laws, you generally have no option but to follow the lease, and obey the rules and regulations of the property.
It might depend on your jurisdiction regarding timing. But generally you'll have to go through probate to administer the estate, including transferring the property into your name. If you're the executor/ix of the estate you might need to take steps to protect the property from waste,...Read more »
Reads as though there is more going on than just the repair person taking photos inside your house. It is possible there is an invasion of privacy issue here, but it might depend on what was photographed and/or whether or not the contract says anything about photographs.
Generally, parties are free to negotiate any terms to any agreement. Occasionally an offer could be accepted, forming a contract, if it contains basic terms (but required terms) and if it is properly 'accepted.'
There are numerous exceptions, but without more information...Read more »
In the briefest terms, the seller is probably not exempt.
The Michigan seller's disclosure statement but be provided for the sale of any residential dwelling units between 1 and 4 (single family homes to four family apartment buildings). The statement is not required if there is a...Read more »
Generally, a personal representative in Michigan, has a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries. The personal representative must assess the fair market value of assets, distribute the assets and pay debts of the estate, and then file taxes. And the personal representatives might be mismanaging the...Read more »
Generally, a personal representative in Michigan, has a fiduciary duty to the beneficiaries. Personal representatives might be mismanaging the estate through failure to timely settle debts, self-dealing or failure to assess and receive fair market value for estate assets. And the beneficiaries...Read more »
They take your personal information and DNA. They are not my primary physician, and you are given no assurance they are not going to sell or give that information to third party sources. I don't want the test, or the vaccine. What are my rights in this matter?
Added to the answer from Mr. Geers above, communicate with your primary care physician about your concerns about SARS-CoV-2 testing (what is being collected and tested) and vaccination. As you have no doubt noticed, the quantity of poor information from unreliable sources about the pandemic,...Read more »
Do I have a right to request termination of lease, before my move in date, if no one is responding to these concerns? I found pests(bedbugs) of what I believe to be an infestation as I was cleaning the unit. I have proof and I’ve contacted the agent and the Property Manager and sent them... Read more »
However when I signed the new lease last July, they forced him to sign the lease because it was not enough notice. Now they are saying that I cannot leave this lease when it ends in July because he isn't giving notice. Can my landlord charge me month to month and hold me to the lease?
Company sent reminder e-mail to all employees for the up-coming COVID-19 vaccine clinic they are offering on-site. The link takes you to a listing of all names and times of those who signed up for it. What happened to medical privacy?
HIPAA generally does not apply to a company unless they are a 'covered entity', 'affiliated business', or information acquired through a group health plan. And it is possible there is some overlap between the company and clinic, where the company...Read more »
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