Depends on a lot of factors such as how long the person as been living there, if the tenant has a month to month lease or a fixed term lease (generally 1 year) and potential other factors based on whether it is a fixed term lease or a month to month lease. I would recommend contacting a local...Read more »
If you are a landlord with a valid lease agreement with the tenant then you will need to evict the tenant for cause. However, there are a lot variables that would need to be known before giving you more advise if you are the landlord.
If you are not the landlord and you are just the...Read more »
Renter left house 1/26, left state 1/31 w/no notification. Late rent notice to be posted and mailed on 2/10 w/72 hours given to comply. Can i just take my rental back on 2/14 without going to the county to file for an eviction? Renter texted me on 2/4 that she will not return to the state till... Read more »
IF the rental agreement requires your tenant to give actual notice to the landlord of an anticipated extended absence in excess of 7 days as permitted by Oregon law, ORS 90.340 and tenant willfully failed to do so you can recover actual damages. If your tenant as actually abandoned the dwelling...Read more »
If you mean that your notice did not specify the date and time by which you, tenant, must pay the rent to cure the nonpayment of rent, then yes the notice is not valid. It is recommended that you pay your rent as well, if you have not already. If this does not completely answer your question,...Read more »
To give you the best answer to your question, additional information is needed. What did your landlord give you 30-days for? e.g. eviction. Additionally, what type of lease do you have? e.g. month-to-month or a 1 year. Moreover, is this for a residential or commercial lease?
You will need to talk to a landlord and tenant attorney that is licensed and practices in the State of Washington. Your question was posted for Oregon. You should re-post your question into Washington. Good luck
IF you served your 30-day notice to vacate according to your written lease agreement or Oregon law service was proper. However, you should talk to a landlord-tenant attorney about the eviction and service of your 30-day notice to vacate. They can guide you in your next steps and help you determine...Read more »
To give you a complete answer to your question additional information is needed, do you have a written lease, are you renting just a room from the landlord or are you renting the entire premises. With some additional information an attorney can give you a more complete answer.
Residential property. In the rental agreement it doesn’t clearly say “no pets.” All it states is “keeping on the premises an unauthorized pet capable of causing damage to persons or property, as described in ORS 90.405^5”
This is a very broad question and you do not state whether you are the landlord or the tenant. Do you mean can a landlord text a tenant a notice about the amount of rent that is increasing in relation to renewal of lease or is this in context of how much rent is owed every month for a lease that is...Read more »
my son almost died from infection in his heart from the implant . now he has tried to say my sons valve should be repaired but nothing about taking the device out that has made him sick and is recalled. I feel the dr is lying and has lied to cover up mistakes such as implanted the wrong size as... Read more »
You should speak with a medical malpractice attorney about the next steps and to walk you through your all your options such as a filing a lawsuit or filing a malpractice complaint with the Oregon medical licensing board, etc. Good Luck.
IF this is a lease for an Oregon rental premises, you are required to submit the proposed new rental agreement to your tenant at least 60 days prior to the ending date of the term. If they chose not to continue the lease at the end of the term, no you do not have to pay a relocation fee. IF this is...Read more »
It sounds like your landlord has failed to maintain your premises in habitable condition as required under Oregon Law and if your landlord has done this you can give written notice to your landlord specifying the breach and you may seek substitute services, diminution in rent damages or substitute...Read more »
The shelter adopted out My ferrets within a week and they neutered my registered service dog in 78 hours. the cops has recorded body cam audio of the promise of two weeks and also the dash cam was on and I believe it caught it also and I had a witness in the police car with me that heard them say... Read more »
IF this happened in Oregon, when an animal is found and held in a shelter and when the owner is known the Shelter are required to give you notice 5 days before adoption, if you do not show after five days the animals can be adopted out.
If you service dog was neutered in Oregon, you may...Read more »
He told me when I initially signed the lease that I could get a roommate to help with the rent, but made no mention of a rent increase if I did. I rented a two bedroom as the sole occupant at the time of the lease signing. He never provided me a copy of my lease, so I don't know if he specifies... Read more »
You need to get a copy of your lease as it may list a method for increasing rent during the term. If the lease does not specify a method for increasing the rent, no change in the rent can be made during the fixed term of the lease. However, the maximum amount rent can be raised in any 12 month...Read more »
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