Salim U. Shaikh's answer Given details being insufficient to render a specific advice, however, the said manager must follow the procedure in accordance with harassment complaint and must afford you a chance to detail the whole facts. Mere complaints without any evidence are not admissible.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer In that case, suggest to file a defamation suit against your ex employer. Such a letter not earlier shared tantamount to a retaliatory act. Consult Attorney of your local jurisdiction having expertise in employment matters for specific advice.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer 24 hours eviction notice over phone is not admissible. You must consult Attorney of your local jurisdiction to obtain Restraining Order from court in case your LL take any illegal step.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Depends on the situation of availability of premises and given time to move out, you may on the safe side properly send a notice to vacate or move out by xxx date and request LL for a walk through inspection, draw a list to avoid any future dispute, etc. If all is ok you may expect your deposit within time.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Breaking of lease is the last resort which can be done anytime during tenancy for certain cause. However, in the instant case you may demand a fresh walk through in your presence and draw a new check/inspection list prior to your move in.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer As a general principle of law, notice will start from 1st day of month and expire on the last day of month even delivered a day before or on 17th. If lease is silent, LL may agree to charge prorated rent after expiry of notice till tenant move out or likewise charge rent for the whole month even against few days over-stay.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer As liability rests on tenant, anyone who feels themselves responsible may take a task to get damaged portion fixed at whatever cost it may be. Over and above that cost/fine is not your liability.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer When did your lease expire? You may however write to LL of his intentions to extend your lease or terminate on expiry. As you need some days to vacate that premises and settle your outstandings, it would be advisable to write your LL and get his views.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Your post notice payment cannot undo court proceeding unless LL withdraw her eviction suit. First of all you consult an Attorney of local jurisdiction and try to deposit your due rent through court registry and then seek remedies of either to stay or evict within a given time.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer LLs are bound to notify tenant(s) at least 24 hrs prior to visit so that inspection could take place in presence of tenant or his rep. Where there is a wilful violation, tenant must write to LL and draw attention to lease terms.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Where walk through prior to moving out surface no apparent issue(s), LL has no right to make excuses to withhold SD. If you have evidence of no issues, you can then seek intervention of Small Claims Court for refund of SD in double along with damages and other cost.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Asking to vacate a 19 yrs old tenancy on service of 60 days notice is quite different from demanding of rent for ongoing tenancy.
Successive owner is, in fact, bound to honour past agreements that the former owner had with tenants which are binding on him. Current owner can likewise serve a notice to vacate his property for given reasons including late or non-payment of rent, etc. Where there is no valid reasons thereof, the matter can be resolved through a suit either by LL or if...
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