It was taped to my front door with a "Certificate of Service" checked off that it was posted on premises in in tenant's absence. I was here. They did not knock. They did not try to "serve this" notice. Second question. How much notice does a landlord have to give to raise... Read more »
I bought the house with this tenant. He was harassing me from day one. Was recorded me on security camera, I offered him to leave any time, rent was low, finally he became holdover tenant and stopped to pay rent. I took him to court. He was evicted. He damaged my house. I didn’t return security... Read more »
If you have a lawyer tell them to consider filing a counter-claim for the damages and a motion to dismiss the plaintiff's claims for pain and suffering for res judicata or collateral estoppel. If your lawyer does not know what res judicata and collateral estoppel mean hire another lawyer that does.
It's been months the light fixtures have not been repaired they say they are not being made anymore, on backorder etc. I told them thurs about a hole in the plaster and they didn't respond it's now Mon night. My rent was raised from $1350 to $1495 starting 6/1 and I want to know if I... Read more »
My year to year lease states: "You must give at least 120 days written notice of termination or intent to move-out". Looking at Florida State law 83.575, it says "may not require more than 60 days’ notice before vacating the premises". Is the lease I signed in violation of the... Read more »
"A rental agreement with a specific duration may contain a provision requiring the tenant to notify the landlord within a specified period before vacating the premises at the end of the rental agreement, IF such provision requires the landlord to notify the...Read more »
So, they have acknowledged that they owe you the money; that is good. It is only a matter of getting the check to you. It appears to have been lost in the mail; that happens. Ask them to write you a new check and stop payment on the old one. Or consider picking it up at their office.
I live in Florida and I rent out a room. I have given tenant a 30 day notice eviction. They refuse to leave, it is 5 days past the 30. It is not due to rent payment, is due to the way she acts. I told her I do not want payment for the last month. After that month she was given to leave she is still... Read more »
I was promised that my apartment would have a shelf installed in the washer/dryer room which should have been there initially upon move-in. Also, upon submission of my move-in checklist, some flooring and barn door handle was to be repaired/replaced and hasn't been done. That was 6 months ago.... Read more »
Lease agreement states the 17th of March but I didnt move in till the 1st of April. Shes wants me to pay for Aprils month but from paying First Last and Security, she received that months payment. Claims she didnt and i owe her for the 17th to the !st for $1200.
So I have two choices. Resign for another year or lose my deposit. Can they do this to me? I don’t understand how they can legally not give me the proper amount of time to decline and receive my deposit back.
I signed and renewed my lease last year in june, then in july they sent an email claiming they would have to charge us an extra $16 a month for trash and storm water which they didnt do the year before. $16 isnt a lot of money but they also raised our rent $160 due to inflation, property taxes,... Read more »
I pay rent bi-weekly for around 9 months now and never missed a rent payment but I have a landlord that lives in the master bedroom who has an anger problem and is now claiming he's selling the house and I had 4 to 6 weeks but now he's changing it to he wants me out this Wednesday when I... Read more »
A lawyer would have to read the lease agreement to see how it is written. Generally, when there are conflicting terms in a contract, a court will interpret it in favor of the person who did not draft it but not always. The court will also allow evidence other than the agreement to be introduced...Read more »
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