If you live in California, he has to wait until December to initiate a lawsuit for eviction. The letter for 60 days is just to scare you. It seems that you may have some problems with the living conditions. If you have proof that you told the Landlord of these problems and LL did not fix...Read more »
I was wondering what all i can get out of my divorce? My husband was an extremely emotionally abusive person and there has been times in which he was physically abusive. He cost me my job by calling my boss and accusing me of having an extramarital relationship with a coworker. The home and... Read more »
I am mobile home co-owner (Registration & Title). Is there any way including what he says is my not being on rental agreement (which I am), whereby he could accomplish this? Violence has escalated each time, until police came last weekend (9/19). My wrist is bruised and swollen due to his... Read more »
If your partner is inflicting domestic violence on you and is trying to evict you. You need to go to the Court and file a Temporary restraining Order and tell the Sheriff to serve the the TRO. Best of luck.
Start an quiet tittle case, continue living in the property, openly but discreetly, place signs like do not enter, private property, hand a sign on the porch: the residence of [ your name____] and change all the utilities to your name. Build a fence and protect against al for any unauthorized...Read more »
have two children and also we purchased a house only in his name due to credit scores before marriage but while cohabitation, it was purchased 8 months before marriage. Will I be granted anything from that property, he has a attorney but I don't, I have been a homemaker since my first son was... Read more »
I left my husband after 8 years of marriage and 11 affairs. I tried everything to fix my marriage including marriage counseling but it was irreparable. We split 50/50 custody of my 3 kids, (ages 12, 11 & 5) I don't receive any monetary help from him but I am struggling to make ends meet.... Read more »
I made the mistake of asking before doing it, and was told 'tenant shall perform no landscaping. I will probably do it anyway because it's ridiculous and I don't think I should have to live in overgrowth. Do they have any recourse if they see i have in fact done some well needed... Read more »
“We do not have a lease break option. If you choose to not move into the apartment, that is certainly your choice to do so. The process we will follow is to wait for two days or until we receive an email confirmation from you and all your roommates releasing the apartment. Once that happens we... Read more »
The same problem has come up 3 times over the last 6 months. They said that the problem was fixed, but today it happened again for the 3rd time. The water goes from likely a leaky pipe, under the tiles, and to the carpet. The carpet and wall are constantly getting moldy. They poorly replace the... Read more »
First of all, go to the doctor to determine. Any maladies resulting from the bad plumbing . Most usually, you will get as asthma diagnosis or some type of respiratory infection. Second, make sure that you are complaining in writing. Third, go to the city inspector and ask him to take a look at...Read more »
I am a student transfer to UC Davis in the fall 2020. I signed a one year lease with an apartment on May. But now most of the courses are remote. And find out all my and my roommate's classes are remote after we register the classes in the middle of August. We living in Bay Area with family,... Read more »
The best way to get out of a lease is negotiation. Obviously that has failed. The second way is bankruptcy. If you signed the lease, I assume you do not have much income, so you can get out of the lease that way. If your attorney tells the landlord that it is better to take some money rather...Read more »
This is in alameda county, ca. My lease is due to expire to September 12 at midnight. Today, my landlord emailed me saying that someone else would like to rent our apartment beginning on September 8. They asked if we would be willing to vacate no later than September 1 so they can get the apartment... Read more »
I'm retiring, and my employer is forcing me to sign a waiver absolving them of any culpability for illegal things against me that happened in the past, even if I have no knowledge or proof of those things?
Asking question on behave of someone who got hit by a car crossing a street on a crosswalk while the traffic lights were out. Driver did not stop at the intersection, but did stop after the accident and gave the person that got hit a ride, fully accepting the fault later. After discussing this... Read more »
I am a tenant and my two other housemates all of a sudden told me they will not be living with me. I am unable to pay the full amount of rent and have been looking for other people to take over but cannot find anyone. I would like to break the lease.
Im going through a divorce and my ex wife is refinancing the house to her name only and I am to receive my VA certificate back as well as $55k from the equity per our agreement. Ive just been contacted by her loan officer stating that all documents have been signed by her and in order to complete... Read more »
FIRST , YOU SHOULD HAVE A LAWYER. NEVER SIGN ANY LEGAL DOCUMENTS WITHOUT AN ATTORNEY REVIEWING THOSE DOCUMENTS. YOU MAY ASK A COPY OF THE ESCROW SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT FROM THE LOAN OFFICER AND TAKE THAT AND OTHER PERTINENT DOCUMENTS TO YOUR ATTORNEY FOR REVIEW.
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