After 6 years of dealing with terrible landlords, I have put in my 30 days notice to vacate property. My soon to be exlandlords are trying to enter the property prior to the 30 days being up for an inspection and I would like to know my rights.
We are supposed to close and fund on April 16th with the buyer using a FHA loan. We found out today that they changed to a USDA loan and could possibly delay funding past April 16th. I am paying for a moving company to move to Texas, closing on a new home on April 16th in Texas, and have to start a... Read more »
The answer depends on how they held the property. If they held it in a trust, the trust could easily still be running and if you were the Trustee, you could sell the home. Same for an LLC if you were the manager or sole member of the LLC.
If they held it in a Joint Tenancy with you, then...Read more »
He filed eviction under a new company name I have never heard of and a copy of a lease that is not our original lease. Signatures are copy and pasted. He originally filed with "Property Management" for the business name but amended it to lease company name. After I questioned having no license, he... Read more »
If you can prove he copy and pasted the signatures, that is criminal and he could go to jail. Take the proof to the county attorney's office and make sure they know which attorney he is using. The attorney may be in trouble as well.
The most likely answer is that you are going to lose the earnest money if you don't close on the purchase. I would definitely talk to the other side and explain you situation though. They may feel bad about your situation and offer to give back part or all of the earnest money.
We paid the deposit prior to move in. Deposit was the same amount as monthly rent. We moved in 6 days early and paid that with this months rent. Now they are saying that they want us to pay for last months rent in 5 days. This was not ever discussed or agreed to. And, is not in the lease.
Your relationship is based on the lease. If they can't show you a place on the lease where you are required to pay last month's rent, then they can't ask for it. If they tried to evict for your failure to give them last month's rent, but it was never agreed to, they would lose.
I accepted a new job offer and it requires me to put in my 2-weeks notice to my current employer on the same day I get my 2019 performance bonus paid out. Does my current employer have any legal right to clawback my bonus if it has already cleared in my account?
No. Bonuses, though voluntarily paid on top of other compensation by your employer, are still considered wages in the eyes of the IRS. Bonuses are paid for past performance, with the hope that you will continue to work at that level.
Once they have paid you, they can't take it back. This is...Read more »
my sister rents a small house in Utah. The driveway goes from the street past the house to a garage. My sister's landlord has parked two old trailers on the driveway next to the house. They are an eyesore and my sister does not want them there. They also partially block access to the garage (which... Read more »
The answer depends on the rental agreement and the condition of the property when your sister arrived. Does the agreement make any mention of the landlord storing anything on the property? Does the agreement use unusual language that says your sister was only renting the house and not the property...Read more »
3 oldest kids with his first wife who he had divorced later and 2 outside of marrige. who legally has the rights over property? Youngest child is saying he has the right to say who gets what because he is the benifacary for life insurance plan from fathers work
In Utah, when someone dies without a will, anything with a stated beneficiary, like life insurance, or a pay on death bank account, will go to the person stated as a beneficiary. Everything else, including a house, first goes to the spouse of the decedent, if all of the decedent's children were...Read more »
I was promoted to a manager position in September. This was to come with a $.50 increase in my wage. I've just noticed today on a pay slip that my wage had not changed at all. After looking over this, my GM raised my wage to the appropriate amount but refuses to back pay as she does not have in... Read more »
You can take them to small claims court. It will cost at least $100 to file the claim. You will need to show proof of when you were made a manager and started doing work that managers do. You will want to weigh the effects of suing your own company with the benefit of obtaining the unpaid $300....Read more »
My father just died. He was married. There is me and my sister. He just had retired from intel, and had several amount of money in stocks and bonds, and money saved up. Plus my step mother and him had just purchased a house worth about $750,000. I would like to know where all his money will be... Read more »
I am sorry to hear of your father's passing. My condolences. You mentioned your father lived in Oregon and purchased a house there. Unless your father owned property in Utah, then you are going to be dealing with Estate and Probate law in Oregon. Each state can have very different laws regarding...Read more »
The answer depends on how your father and uncle owned the property together. If the deed says they are "joint tenants" then your father will receive sole ownership of the property. That would only require a simple document recorded with the county with a copy of the death certificate.
It depends on a few things. Who are listed on county records as the owner of the home. Sometimes this may surprise you. If she signed and recorded a deed placing her property in a joint tenancy with someone else, that person now owns the property.
The owner paid to have someone fix the a/c and got it working in all units but mine. I am currently on a month to month plan because I am over on my lease. With that they charge additional rent plus a $100 month to month fee. I have told them many times that the a/c still isn't working in my... Read more »
You are free to negotiate your rental costs on future months, but your choice to stay is your acceptance of any past agreements that will cover the current month. If the landlord fails to provide a service that was previously agreed to, (perhaps AC has been part of the lease?) then you have an...Read more »
What type of document would I use for an agreement with a supplier of a product that has agreed to discount the sale price of their product to us in exchange for us optimizing their product listings on Amazon and working to boost overall sales of the product on the Amazon platform?
I would need more details before I named your contract. It sounds like you need a simple contract. This would state who the parties are, what services and products would be exchanged, and how long the agreement would last. Depending on how formal you want the agreement to be, more issues and...Read more »
Our joint fence was completely removed, and they have embarked on a 5 week process to construct a retaining wall and new fence. We were given no written plan or written notice. They have excavated on our property, and they are trying to get us to pay part of their project.
If both landowners paid to install a fence directly on a property line in the past, then yes, they need your permission to remove or replace the fence. Many fences are not built on a property line, but are instead just on one property or the other.
As it has been five weeks since you posted, I suspect you have already been forced to make a decision. In case this issue comes up again, most of your relationship with the mortgage company is controlled by contract. Many lenders will agree to waive mortgage insurance if your equity exceeds a...Read more »
Since 10 days have already passed, I assume you are already out of the property, unless you retained an attorney that was able to help you work something out with the city. In regards to paying rent and getting a refund from the landlord, any rent paid in advance for days you aren't allowed to live...Read more »
You stated, "the trustor had specific burial wishes". If those wishes were stated in the Trust, they must be followed. Even "settling the affairs of the estate" could reasonably be inferred to include the costs of burial. If the Trustor had specific wishes that were not stated in the Trust,...Read more »
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