His sister told me she was going to have a charity pickup the vehicle and she will send a truck to pick up his things. She lives out-of-state and doesn't keep her word. The brother is paid up until the end of February. What can I do if she doesn't retrieve her brothers items and the car?
Apartment and things for me kids ruined and downstairs neighbors stuff apartment ruined she is saying it’s my responsibility that the dishwasher broke and flooded I’m a renter” she also said I’m responsible for downstairs neighbors apartment is this correct? I’m a renter her maintenance... View More
It to aquire the loan so my mother did it in her name. I've lived in it 8 years now and it's appreciated over $100,000 since the purchase now my mother is trying to evict me and leave me out on the street with nothing. What legal standing do I have in this matter please help me
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. If the home is in your mother's name, she generally has the legal title to the property. However, you may have an equitable interest or a claim based on several factors. One possibility is that you could argue you and your mother had an oral...View More
When I applied for a lease at my "gated" community apartment complex, they had a working gate where a fob or a number code was needed to get in. When I moved in, the gate was removed for repairs and has not been replaced in about a year. Recently, my car was stolen. The apartment has... View More
Property owners have a duty to maintain a reasonably safe and secure environment for their tenants. If it can be demonstrated that the apartment complex failed to fulfill this duty by not repairing the gate, not fixing the cameras, and not notifying tenants of known vulnerabilities, they may...View More
Very serious tenant/landlord case in which has overwhelming evidence of illegal evection , harassment,descrimanation and slander of character ect I have all documents necessary it's put a huge emotional toll on my family I need help.
Only a Kansas attorney could advise you here, but your question remains open for two weeks. Please keep in mind that appeals of any type in any jurisdiction are generally governed by narrow windows of time to take action. If you are contemplating an appeal, you could consider reaching out to Kansas...View More
Kansas has a protection from abuse process "to provide quick and immediate protection." The Kansas Judicial system has created a one-stop portal website. But if you think your website viewing is being monitored or checked by the person from whom you do not feel safe, you should call 911...View More
The statute of limitation for an action based upon a written agreement is 5 years. If the agreement was oral, it would be 3 years. There may be some statutory rights (e.g., Landlord Tenant) that are involved in which case the statute of limitations would generally be three years. If the statutory...View More
My friends housemate passed away recently. They lived together for about 10 years in one house (owned by the living housemate) in Missouri. The deceased had no family at all that were living, except for one estranged brother who may be in prison, whereabouts unknown and no will made out. The... View More
A Kansas attorney could advise best here, but your post remains open for four weeks. At this point, you might not want to lose more time waiting for a response in a different legal category, but this is something that attorneys in the Probate and Estate Planning categories would have the most...View More
I would highly encourage you to speak to an attorney about this. It's not as simple as "the landlord can't evict me." There are a number of nuisances to the current executive orders, and an attorney should be able to help your specific situation. Kansas Legal Services may be able to help, too.
If two or more persons listed as tenants in common on a property, control of the property is problematic if they are unable to agree. In absence of an agreed sale and purchase of the other person's interest, Kansas law provides for the partition of the property through a court proceeding. If...View More
My renters never pay on time, and I have to pay every month on a loan for that house. I fix every problem quickly when it is brought to my attention. They won't sign a contract either. What can I do to get them out or raise the rent do to them always being late.
If the lease is a month-to-month, a landlord may provide notice at least one month prior to a rent-paying date that the lease is going to terminate at the end of the following month. In a separate written communication, a landlord could communicate an offer to enter into a written lease at a higher...View More
My landlord approached the property (specifically, my front door) without reasonable or any notice. He then comes up to what is only a clear glass door and knocks on it as he is looking into my apartment. I opened the door and he discovers I had been smoking in the house and had pets. What’s next?
My landlord had faulty water pipes and the pipes froze and burst she was aware of the problem only because the day before I informed her of the pipes bursting on January 15th. She then informed me as the tenant I needed to replace the pipes under the house as it is my responsibility. I was just... View More
It is necessary for a landlord to provide a three-day notice (rent must be paid in three days or an action to evict will be initiated) prior to filing a lawsuit. Once the lawsuit is filed, you will be served with notice that the lawsuit is filed and given a court date to appear. If you file a...View More
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