Salim U. Shaikh's answer Did you timely notify LL of your move out? If so, then it was his duty to finally jointly walk through the premises and draw a list of damages, if occured during your tenancy. Secondly, as his claim is not acceptable/disagreed by you, you must sue him in the Small Claims Court for recovery of deposit as 30 days time has already passed. You may get double the amount plus cost of Attorney and other damages.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer LL was a trespasser if he entered your (rented) premises without prior notice of at least 48 hrs. LL cannot raise rent without a prior notice of 90 full days during which time you may opt to stay or move out to some other location. For that you have to formally notify him at least 30 days before your move out.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Insufficient info does not help to render a specific advice. However, as is evident, there exist a landlord-tenant relationship by virtue of lease agreement, which must spell out all such as to how a lease be executed, terminated, extended, etc. etc. LL intentions to get it vacated within 7 days without a cause is not justified unless there is a gross violation of agreement.
You are advised to seek Attorney's assistance of your jurisdiction for specific advice and in the meantime...
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Deposit has to be refunded where there is no claim by LL once a tenant moved out. If deposit is not paid back after a lapse of 30 days then tenant may sue LL in a Small Claim Court who may order for double, Attorney's fee; plus other expenses so incurred as well as damages etc. etc.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer It falls under harassment of physical and verbal nature. You can also press charges for hostile work environment keeping a whole record of events and also discuss it with your confident colleague(s) to witness his hostility.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer If your employer's handbook required an employee to give two weeks notice or deduct 75 in lieu thereof then it need to be followed. Exit interview is your discretion that cannot withhold your final pay check. If it is not done you may sue your employer after the defined period of payment settlement.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Company might ben preparing a case to get rid of your services. Before they build up excuses, you must seek their formal explanation as to when and where did you violate company's policy. Their formal explanation might help you to defend your case. However, you can also sue the company for spinal degeneration due to excessive car driving, etc. It would be advisable, if you consult Attorney of your local jurisdiction to prepare your case.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Yes, such an allegation after years of your abandonment of job need to be formally asked by your and explained by your employer. Such allegations without any due process, investigation, formal exchange of memos entitle you for defamation and damages thereof through a court.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer If it's a prerequisite to produce a drug test and background check report prior to offer then you will have to pay for it. Likewise, if it is on the initiative of your employer then they will bear the cost.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer In your case doctors' opinion seemed disputed. Relying on independent opinions, you may consult Attorney of your local jurisdiction and serve a notice to your employer for wrongful termination.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Having limited details it would be difficult to render a specific answer. However, as this may be the first call by the board, they may be interested to find the facts of the case and to see whether your submissions need further probe into the matter prior to a notice to your former employer. At this stage you may not need a lawyer.
If lawyer was allowed by the board at this stage or later, you may then hire a competent lawyer to proceed with your case.
Salim U. Shaikh's answer Would be appropriate to first write LL and formally delivered as to the current status of building, expenses so made on the maintenance/upkeep of premises during the years of your stay which, in principle, was the responsibility of LL and did not take care of.
Request inspection by building department in order to assess whether the said building is habitable?
Ask him the account details where LL had kept your security deposit, etc. Such violations of LL will help you during...
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