i signed a the lease two months before he rented the same address to a second family. Now he saying i have to move because he was not allowed to that. this is two weeks before Christmas. He just says he gonna fine me a new location and it be at end of the month that i have to be gone. I have the... View More
They took my Application fee with no application. They also asked me if my children were my husbands children and then proceeded to give me a paper to prove that I do not receive child support. Is this discrimination? Is this legal?
I asked for preventive care for when my neighbors who were infested were evicted weeks before so the roaches wouldn’t move over here and I didn’t get it. They treated my apartment weeks later after the problem already spread but the roaches were still getting worse and I gave notice to be... View More
In California, forging a signature on a lease agreement is a serious offense. It constitutes fraud and potentially forgery, both of which are criminal acts. If your landlord forged your signature on a lease and then used that document in court to obtain an eviction, this is not only a breach of...View More
Section 8 refused to allow me to move and I had to return to Rochester and pay my landlord to let me move and keep my section 8. My landlord even attempted to sue me for late fees while I was staying with family hiding from my abuser. Also the fire investigation department and the RPD did nothing... View More
In situations involving domestic violence (DV) and housing, there are legal protections in place, but navigating them can be complex. Under federal law, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) offers certain protections for victims of DV living in federally assisted housing, which includes Section 8...View More
I.e., do I have the right to only pay for Jan 4 - 31 for my first month?
Q2) The lease is written in the form of a sublease (i.e., I rent from the Tenant). Should I ask the "Tenant" to show me his lease to prove that he's authorized by the landlord to sublet the condo to me?... View More
The heat on my house that I rent I tried to contact a him many times he isnt responding to my text emails nothing and the heat went out I called him but no response so I had to pay a umber myself.I also paid the 600 dollar service fee.I need my money and he needs to fix a few more things
In California, when a property changes ownership, the new landlord typically inherits the responsibility for addressing any existing issues and repairs that were not resolved by the previous landlord. This includes adhering to state and local housing codes that ensure the property is habitable and...View More
find other tennants who moved in the day after I vacated. The property was left in better shape than when I left, having made a lot of repairs myself and out of my own pocket. I even offered to pay the last month and a half rent and was told they had already found renters. The landlord now says... View More
My former employer sublet us our home and is now trying to kick us out. I know the actual landlord and she likes us. Is there a way to cancel my former employers lease agreement and deal with the landlord directly? We have lived here for over 2 years and he is only trying to kick us out to be... View More
In California, dealing directly with the homeowner instead of the person who sublet the home to you can be complex and depends on the terms of the lease agreements. First, you need to review the sublease agreement you have with your former employer. This agreement governs your current rights and...View More
I am renting a studio basement in a single family house where certificate of occupancy says - Single family , use group R-3 , maximum live load 0, maximum occupancy load = 0. it does not specifically says about basement usage.
There is a tenant upstairs. Landlord stays in another state.... View More
On December 1st, I was informed that my landlord (Floresta Apartments) in Jupiter, Florida had increased the liability insurance to renter policies from $100,000 to $300,000. They had received my renewal policy but this was the first I had heard of an increase. I informed them that I would reach... View More
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