How can the two totals be so different? It’s been 6mths since original judgement. Not sure she should sign this
We have a 68 years old woman who is disabled and was kicked out because she kept asking for help. Then after a week sleeping outside of complex they told her she could come back.
My roommate has been very loud and I recently setup a clearly visible doorbell camera inside my apartment facing toward the hallway. This camera provides me peace of mind and safety of knowing who is at my door, although my roommates appear not to like it. I am concerned about the legality of this... Read more »
I stayed late accidently and now theyre kicking me out. I was out withing half an hour after closing once i realized the time. I am paid up to date and they locked me out for almost 3 weeks where i lost sales for items i was selling in my unit during this time. I called them constantly and they... Read more »
Was given 48 hour notice to enter by landlord, a specific date was listed in the notice. The landlord did not enter my appt on the day that was listed in the notice, but instead, entered my appt without me there on the following day (the day after the one they stated) without a new notice or any... Read more »
I was evicted for paying rent, court paper shows non payment ,park manager had agreed that yes that I had paid my rent and he had not paid his, I had reciapt of money oder ,I was denied to pay next monts rent which I had in full at court, park manager also had me profiled as a different person with... Read more »
I've lived on the same property for almost 9 years. The property owner is thinking about selling so both rentals on the property received a vacate notice. The notice states I need to be out by March 31st. It also states they will not be renewing my lease, but my 1-year lease... Read more »
Greetings, I am seeking representation as a tenant in a wrongful eviction during the pandemic claim. In addition I have numerous claims concerning LTA as well as violations committed by the owner that arise from not visiting the property in decades. The landlord, primary tenant, never gave rent... Read more »
answered on Oct 11, 2022
An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You are seeking an attorney - it's going to be difficult for law firms here to reach out to you. This is only a Q & A forum, not an attorney referral service. In addition to your own independent searches... Read more »
I'm female, in my 60's, and I don't know a polite way of stating this...I've had chronic diarreah for the last 2 years which is why I had the water tested.
What are my chances of finding an attorney who would represent me, get paid when we settle, and sue this SOB for... Read more »
answered on Jul 24, 2022
An Arizona attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for four weeks. It sounds like you're asking about an attorney who would handle your matter on a contingency basis (you mention payment upon settlement). It's difficult to say whether a firm would handle something like... Read more »
We’ve rented the house for three years. We moved out at the beginning of June and our lease went through the end of June. We let the landlord know they re-rented it and a new tenant moved in on June 18. I asked about the rent being prorated and they said they didn’t have to prorate it. What are... Read more »
answered on Jun 20, 2022
They can't double dip: If they charge you for a full month, they have to make sure the premises are available to you the entirety of that month.
I am not sure if I should sign the waiver because I haven't had time or money to get legal advice. I already filed an answer denying the complaint saying I went to court for this incident.
answered on Apr 28, 2022
While all cases are different, the waiver is a standard procedure in Arizona if the parties are in communication. It provides an additional time period beyond the normal Answer deadline for a party to file an answer.
Waiving service saves costs and gives the person answering 60 to respond... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2022
A commercial landlord can lock out a tenant without first obtaining a court order. This option is often specifically reserved in many commercial leases. It is also one of the remedies allowed by ARS 33-361.
I live in Arizona and want to buy property in iowa. I need to know what type of llc's to set up in each state for asset protection.
answered on Dec 23, 2021
I recommend that you speak with a real estate attorney in each state in which you plan to invest.
My property would be held in an llc in the state its in and that llc held by another one in Wyoming.
answered on Dec 23, 2021
In Arizona your property manager can handle evictions of Arizona tenants. It is not required that the property owner be an Arizona resident.
So my father has passed away, and I was labeled power of attorney. I have the death certificates, all the paperwork from his funeral services, and an open probate case for the house. I basically just need to know if I have authority to demand rent from people who resided in the house before my... Read more »
answered on Dec 5, 2021
The power of attorney automatically ended when your father passed away. If you have been appointed executor or personal representative or administrator of his estate then, yes, you have the authority to enforce any existing lease, including demanding rent pursuant to the lease. Or you can evict... Read more »
They asked to stay for a couple of days, they kicked dad out. Filed a Restraining order.
Can dad evict in Az?
He owns the trailer, rents the lot.
They are unwelcome guests
Using illegal substances
answered on Aug 25, 2021
Dad has two options. He can call the police and see if the police will remove them as trespassers. Or he can evict per the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. If he must evict, I recommend that he consult with an attorney familiar with residential evictions.
answered on Mar 9, 2021
Yes, it is not uncommon to amortize a loan over 20 or 30 years but provide for a balloon payment after 3-10 years. This allows a buyer to purchase and, if needed, provides time to build equity and improve his or her credit so it may be possible to refinance conventionally when the balloon payment... Read more »
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