We are month to month Tennants and the office is currently closed due the Pandemic. We are currently receiving text messages from the management team providing us Tennant's with updates, policy changes etc. Can we provide our intent to vacate premises (teminate month to month agreement) by... Read more »
READ YOUR LEASE. If the lease requires you to provide notice by carrier pigeon, you need to send it by carrier pigeon. It probably requires you to send it by certified mail, return receipt requested to a specific address. Don't assume that the payment address is the notice address. Updates and...Read more »
Grandparent leaves each grandchild $10k, remainder to greats. Can executor cut the $10k by $500 to pay more to the great grandkids when that is not specified? Only that grandchildren each get $10k? I feel that if you don’t have a kid (which would be a great) then you get screwed out of $500 that... Read more »
We are dealing with a landlord where my lease ends, and they want to raise my rent in these times of pandemic difficulty, I have been a loyal tenant for 10 years and I have never missed my payments, no late fee, etc. I have tried to communicate with the office of the apartment complex by phone, via... Read more »
March was paid in full . While leaving I couldn’t take my personals out do to curfews . Now he will not return my security deposit saying I owe him money for last few months since my boxes are in the apartment.
I moved into a house in Florida and after I moved I purchased a washer and dryer. I found that the outlet that was supposed to be used for the dryer doesn't fit because it was meant for a recreational vehicle. Is the landlord required to provide a usable outlet for the appliance?
Nope. Try to negotiate him to pay for it, as it will to his benefit. If you decide to pay.for it, you need his written permission to do so. If he refuses, you are stuck with a dryer that you cannot use
FL Statute 83.49(2) & (5). I am the tenant. I moved out a couple of days before lease end but did not provide a new address. He hasn't provided a written notice for deposit deductions and we have passed 30 days. I believe I am entitled to the entire deposit but I am confused whether or not... Read more »
My mother and father passed away two days apart my mother first then my father. My mother had a will and setup an irrevocable trust. My mother’s life insurance policy listed my father as primary beneficiary but also listed my grandmother as (contingent beneficiary) she lives in Israel and is not... Read more »
I live in Florida. I am listed as the second party on the deed but like the question states I am listed as a joint tenant which is why I'm not sure. Edit: He is not my spouse, he was my mother's roommate. My mom brought me and my boyfriend here. I've since had a baby with him and she... Read more »
It doesn't matter in which position your name appears. You own 100% of the property along with the other deedholder, whom I assume is your spouse. From a purely legal standpoint, you have just as much say in who stays there as your spouse.
Allowed friend to stay at my home last year In exchange for remodeling job for me to pay off a debt owed me. job was completed Nov 2019. no lease or rental agreement. Does not have a key to my house. Stays in bedroom with no lock. Does receive mail here. On felony probation. Now causing problems... Read more »
It doesn't matter that he receives mail there, so the next time he brings that up, tell him that you don't care about his mail. You have every right to kick him out now. You basically have 2 options - hire a lawyer to file the necessary documents to kick him out or offer him money to...Read more »
certain tenants are involved in illegal activity and have consequently brought physical danger and severe structural damage to this property. multiple police contacts. I'd heard there's an exception to the eviction hold if such conditions are present...is this true? cannot reside with... Read more »
The restrictions are based on nonpayment of rent. I recommend that instead of poking around on the internet, as I assume that you are the landlord, that you need a one on one relationship with an attorney in Orlando who can help you run your landlord business. That's what renting a residential...Read more »
You bought a house while you were paying your father's rent. If you stop paying your dad's rent, he will be evicted. But now that you've taken on the mortgage payment, you've left dad to pay his own rent, but he can't.
Your idea is to find another tenant to take...Read more »
It wasn't a lease or anything it was either to pay or leave and due to COVID we had to leave because we lost out on money. They threatened to call authorities and have our car repossessed unless we paid and put a lien and take our car. Is that possible without a court order?
This doesn't sound like a personal injury matter. Sounds more like a landlord/tenant issue in which you were given 3 days to pay the $1200 rent OR vacate the premises. If you failed to pay and had to be evicted, it's possible, depending on the lease you claim to not have, that you'd...Read more »
I have an apartment and in violation of the lease the neighbor is a heavy marijuana user. The smell now permeates my unit and is not allowing me to have the quiet enjoyment of my property. I have addressed this issue with the property manager repeatedly and they have done nothing to address it. At... Read more »
Without reading the lease, it's difficult to say. The covenant of quiet enjoyment is between you and the LL, not between neighbors. I suppose that it's possible to make the argument that the LL is not enforcing the lease provisions as to your neighbor, thus by extension, denying you the...Read more »
I've occupied a unit in a condo complex for the past 2 years. The building has known issues with cable wiring. Xfinity provided us with equipment for self installation, however our internet connection continued to fail after many attempts by service techs to repair. They finally told us that... Read more »
Nobody is required to furnish internet access, unless the requirement is specifically mentioned in the lease. You have some options, I think: pay to upgrade the condo's cabling; move; or see if you can access the internet via satellite or some other wireless method of connecting to the...Read more »
When I was being shown the unit by the realtor I was informed that I would have to pay 1st, last, and security prior to moving in. When I filled out the application the paperwork also stated the money would go to 1st, last, and security. Once I provided the property manager the money he than... Read more »
You didn't read the lease. Nothing else matters. I don't know how they can claim 2 security deposits, though. I am betting that whomever replied to your e-mail is a $12.00 hour worker bee, and not THE manager. Try setting up an appointment with that person to resolve what should be easily...Read more »
Depends. If you had an agreement with her to pay rent, arguably you could evict her. If there was no agreement that she pay rent, you could eject her. Before you hire a lawyer, because you are not going to do this yourself, see if she will leave voluntarily, perhaps by offering her cash to leave.
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