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Q: What can I do when a HOA Community Manager doesn't respond about community issues and lies about community interactions?

I tried to file a complaint against a Community Manager of my HOA, and that Manager was made aware I made the complaint.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Arizona on
Q: Do we have any legal rights and is there anything we can do

Me and my partner live in mercy housing for about 5years now and we had a argument and my partner wanted me 2 leave so he had the housing manger make me leave and part of the leasing agreement is that no 1 not on the lease is aloud to live here and my partner has asked on several times about... Read more »

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Q: We are still getting charged rent even after being evicted. Is this legal??

Hi! My boyfriend and I had been renting a home for about 6 months before being evicted due to us not being able to afford the rent. The landlord company went to a hearing to recover the property and get any rent that was due and we received paperwork saying that. We had moved out right once we got... Read more »

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Q: Do I have something to fight or is it pointless?

My boyfriend and I with our two children started to rent a room from a lady in April, the amount was $900 since then she tried to tell us we need to pay and extra $50 for internet monthly. There is no working a/c in this house but she and her son got a portable ones so me and my boyfriend got one .... Read more »

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Q: Is it legal for my landlord to have my car towed for being behind in rent

My landlord refuses to give me a parking permit because I'm behind in rent they have now had my car towed because it did not have a parking permit and said they will continue to do so until rent is caught up

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Landlord - Tenant and Small Claims for Florida on
Q: I have a question regarding a security deposit in Florida.

Hi everyone, hopefully whoever is reading this is having a fantastic day! I moved around a year ago to an apartment and around 2 months ago I moved out of said apartment, the front desk at the place told me that I would receive my deposit through the mail. I just called them yesterday after waiting... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Colorado on
Q: Hello. I am now on day 30 of my lease with no working dishwasher (it’s listed as an appliance on the lease).

Would this be a violation of the warranty of habitability? The WoH lists “working appliances “ as a condition of habitability. I’ve mentioned this for weeks and my landlord is saying “it’s on back order, it’s an inconvenience not a violation”. However there have been over 20... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Virginia on
Q: Do you have to be present for repairs when you're are renting?

Landlord lives out of the area and continues to schedule things without my consent or has companies calling me assuming that all I have to do is be his property manager. Do I have to be present for repairs as I have other appointments, plans, trips, etc. and this is ridiculous and not my issue?

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Landlord - Tenant for Texas on
Q: Getting charged full term for an apartment I've never occupied. How do I dispute the debt?

On April 6, 2020, I signed a one-year lease with an apartment which began on August 14, 2020. Due to COVID-19, I was not able to occupy the apartment out of concern for my safety and potential Covid-19 exposure arising from co-tenancy. I have sent an official notice to terminate my lease as well as... Read more »

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Q: I live in PA, I signed a lease from Sep 2021-July 2022. I was never given anything stating we could not renew.

I went into the office in April and asked if we had the option to renew our lease and was told I would be sent somthing about a month before our lease was up. We did have a balance due and they sent an email saying if we did not satisfy the balance they would start the process to file for an... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Ohio on
Q: my new tenant paid deposit but can't pay first months rent, do I have to let her move in?

She paid the deposit and put a few boxes in the detached garage. She just told us that she was in an accident and won't be able to work for 3-6 months but still wants to move in without paying rent hoping for short term disability at 1/2 her pay rate!! Do I have to let her move in if she... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Texas on
Q: My apartments will be filing for eviction in July but I move out a month after anyways. How do I handle this?

I live in Dallas, TX and have received a notice to vacate by July 8th before my apartments start filing for eviction. However, I’ll be moving out August 8th anyway. I didn’t renew my lease because I had to change jobs and make less money now.

When it came to non-payment, it was never... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Indiana on
Q: Can a lease be renewed with a new landlord if they bought the property from whom our lease was originally signed?

We signed with landlord A who sold the property to Landlord B.

Landlord B is operating through a property management company.

The property management company wants us to RENEW our lease with them, but we never had a lease with them to begin with.

Is this legal?

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for California on
Q: A tenant said their child got lead poison in my house. I wasn’t aware of any lead at the property up to now. What to do?

Since my house was built before 1978, both the tenants and I signed the lead paint disclosure form in 2017 before they moved in. At the time, I was not aware of any lead paint at the propriety, which I purchased around 2001.

Last week the tenant reported that their child tested positive... Read more »

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Q: Lot rent paid for 1 mo when bought trailer from evicted renters. no contract How long I legally have to move trailer?

Bought trailer in mobile home park from tenant being evicted few days before end of month. Next month I paid lot rent (to allow me time to get it moved). Paid on June 10th. VM from park owner stating "Have until July 10th to move trailer. Is this correct? I'm willing to pay another month... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law, Civil Litigation and Landlord - Tenant for Arkansas on
Q: In Arkansas can a person who works for a company give out your personal e-mail to another party outside of his job?

Person is my landlord who retrieved my personal e-mail from his job (utility company) and gave to his new property manager outside of his job without my permission for his private personal financial gain. Is this illegal?

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Q: I rent a room to someone who deals methamphetamine and I found out about it do I have a right to put their stuff

Is that a civil matter or can I go to jail for that state of Alabama

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