My rent is $1200, I gave landlord $800 and he accepted the money. Since my roommate left and I cannot afford the unit I am looking for a new place and living my last month's rent. However, he filed an eviction for the remaining $400 and is not allowing me to live my last month's rent. What can I do?
If he accepted partial payment he may have an issue attempting to evict you. Write your answer with this information but you are usually required to put the remaining amount of rent in the court's registry.
Granddaugh name..she sold the house with out me knowing..told me my name wasn't on the deed and it should have been..I own 95.000 on the house she sold it for 126,000..down I am getting throw out and she will not give the 30,000 after the house was sold..can you help me get my money I am 72... View More
You can contact the local bar association where you live to get an attorney who can help. You need to file a stay to give you more time to get out of the property and file an action against your granddaughter for the alleged fraud and monies owed.
Children are not financially responsible for rent. They work and go to college. If anything happens to us, would they still be legally bound to Lease to continue it out? They would not be able to pay monthly rent. They have already been listed as occupants. Do they have to make the change to... View More
shes been there a year with no lease agreement only verbal agreement.
In our decree I retain ownership of the home she is i now the new home i purchased. do I have to do a big eviction method to evict her or is this on a month by month basis since we only had a verbal agreement.
This depends on your final divorce decree and what your agreement whether oral or written is with your ex wife. It might not even be an eviction you may have an unlawful detainer complaint. Does she pay rent? what's your agreement?you should speak to counsel regarding your situation with all...View More
This is depended upon your lease. Some standard lease state if there is unlawful or criminal activity there they may at their discretion seek to evict the tenants. you need to seek a attorney to know your defenses in an eviction.
I’ve been a legal resident since 2007. My green card expires in 3 years. I’m married to a US citizen for 5 years. We have a child who’s 10 months old. I was arrested for child abuse in Dec of 2017. However the state attorney in FL didn’t file formal charges as long as I complete my civil... View More
I just got this document today by mail from Plantif called Motion for Default and default,second page say : Motion for Default judgement for removal of Tenant , shouod I have to move right away? I don't know what to expect.
You should work on moving out right away. The there needs to be a writ of possession served by the sheriff. The sheriff will give you one day 24hrs to vacate sometimes on a Friday to give you the weekend to get out. Once the sheriff shows up you need to be out of the property.
FL Statute 83.49 states they have 30 days or they must follow what in the lease agreement to give you notice in regards any damage claims. The alternative is to sue for that money in small claims court if under the 5000.00 total.
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