My land lord wants me to rent even though there is no lease agreement due to it ran out almost 3 months ago and he doesn't wanna renew it and now he's threatening to take me to court cause I won't pay him rent even tho I had asked him if I did will I still be getting evicted and he said yes
If the lease expired then you would be considered a hold-over tenant or a tenant-at-will. You would still responsible for rent. The landlord can evict you and seek damages in unpaid rent and property damage.
An attorney would need many more facts to answer your question. She could probably file for custody - whether the court would grant her petition is another issue. Consult local counsel to address your concerns.
got approval from bank next day, I pay all closing costs etc.. now 4 days later landlord says he wants $5,000 more than originally told. how do I lock him in on this price? not gonna let $5,000 cause me to have to pack up 6 kids and look for another home, just don't want him to continue to... Read more »
Did you sign a purchase and sale agreement contingent on you obtaining financing? The question will be whether the "text message" was an offer and if there was a valid acceptance. He wouldn't be able to increase the price if you have a valid and enforceable contract. Consult local counsel to...Read more »
This woman won’t leave me alone because she’s in a custody battle with my fiancé and my fiancé has full custody of the child. The child’s mother has made false allegations to CPS and when that didn’t work she showed up with police at early hours in the morning. She has sent nasty texts.... Read more »
I entered into a buy sell agreement with a "technology company" named Whiskey Creek. Their address is based on Memphis. I live in Louisiana. The buy sell was for a website/business methods that generated revenue using Google adsense, I paid $35,000 based on his valuation and doing some research. He... Read more »
If you want to stay at the $25,000 or under limit you initiate a lawsuit in the general sessions court by filing a civil warrant. Shelby County has forms you can fill out and file with the clerk's office. You would then serve the business, typically through its registered agent. If you want to go...Read more »
An was really tired an walked passed a apartment door open an it looked empty so i walked in an was gonna rest for the night roughly 10 mins later heard voices outside an seen shadows moving got scared an left out the back door i didnt take anything when i was arrested I had only a cell phone... Read more »
If you have been charged and it's a first offense then the State may offer you a favorable plea deal such as diversion or even retire the case with terms. You may want to consider contacting the public defender for representation.
My mom took my 14 yo daughter to get a drink at McDonald's tonight, where they go all the time. Normally, my mom gets a lg Diet Coke and my daughter gets a lg sweet tea, but tonight they switched, and my daughter got the Diet Coke. There are a few employees at this McDonald's that do not like my... Read more »
In order to have a claim for negligence or an intentional tort you must have suffered damages. Damages usually means physical damages or monetary damages. On the facts you provided, no one got hurt (fortunately). Since you suffered no damages, you would have no viable legal claims. Best option...Read more »
Your question lacks a lot of specific information. But a lawsuit is likely going to cost you a whole lot more than shampoo and flea repellents. For example, the filing fee alone in the general sessions court is approx. $150. Then the cost of hiring counsel, if you wanted, and taking however many...Read more »
The answer would depend on what your lease says and also perhaps what county the property is in. If those two sources do not provide an answer then the general answer would be "no" you do not have to abide by their demands. But you would still be required to give as much advance notice as possible...Read more »
When a city's agencies and officers repeatedly do things that not only contradicts the city's own codes but harm it's residents and citizens,can its citizens sue the city leadership on the grounds of being PUBLIC NUISANCE?
I only receive SSDI and have 2 minor children that are not his. He has provided us financial support plus a car title to him and a lifestyle for about 10 years. Now he wants the relationship over. Can I get any support
My grandchildren were removed by CPS and they were placed with my daughters niece . What rights as grandparents do we have since we do not live in the same state. The children are in Oklahoma and we are in Maryland
That's extortion. If you don't know the person making the threats it's likely a scam and should be ignored. If it's someone you know, you may want to consider discussing the issue with an attorney and/or reporting the issue to law enforcement.
He is married and she does have a steady income. Is she responsible to keep his supposed up to date? He is not one to not pay his support. He has always been up to date.. so not having his own income and being able to pay is driving him nuts. I would think it would be considered one of his regular... Read more »
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