Is it my legal right here in MN that I request a credited 2nd month of free rent be prorated throughout the lease duration? At least from the 2nd month on?
answered on Feb 23, 2023
It depends on the language of your lease.
Most leases allow a landlord to enter the premises to inspect, maintain, and repair.
Some leases require advance notice to the tenant.
answered on Aug 5, 2022
With the right facts and proof, he is authorized to do either or both causes of action. Hire a MN attorney to represent you.
answered on Jan 19, 2021
I am not aware of any legal requirement to speak to your landlord unless there is a provision in your lease agreement that says this.
The apartment is rented by a couple. Tenant A is in jail for domestic abuse, Tenant B has a restraining order. Tenant B wants to end the lease. How do I do this with Tenant A in jail?
answered on Nov 20, 2020
Your best bet is to contact a reputable firm that handles landlord/tenant matters and have them assist you.
answered on Nov 24, 2020
What is and is not racism is a matter of opinion. This isn't really a legal question.
I signed a lease in April for starting in September. However, I got an email last Friday that my job was going to be move to remote for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19. I emailed them on July 29th with my two-months notice saying that I will not be moving in, however, they are stating that... Read more »
answered on Aug 11, 2020
It would be smart to contact someone experienced in landlord tenant law to get a clear answer on your particular situation. They would need to take a look at your lease. I do not practice in this area but know several who do.
We live in Minnesota. His deployment started in December 2019. We signed the lease in April 2020. His deployment is done in September.
answered on May 6, 2020
Under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, he is eligible to cancel a lease contract for a deployment of longer than 90 days. He will need to submit a request with a copy of his orders.
I have someone who lives above my garage. I gave him thirty days notice to vacate. I'm tired of his drunken behavior. He has not even packed. He is waiting to see what I do. I want to file an unlawful Detainer. I want him out.
answered on Jul 27, 2019
This is not a criminal law question. It is a landlord-tenant law question.
Nothing was filed in Probate. No executor nor representative was appointed. As far as I can tell, no one had a legal right to even enter the deceased person's apartment, let alone remove all property.
answered on Jul 16, 2019
As a criminal defense lawyer, I don't know which, if any, such law exists. Perhaps it does. When someone claims a law, unless it's a criminal law I generally ask them for the Statute citation number. Then we can read it online. If the problem relates to disposition of the personal... Read more »
From what I can tell Minnesota laws requires "reasonable notice"
answered on Mar 12, 2019
Landlords must respect a tenant's right to privacy. Check out section 504B.211.
answered on Sep 27, 2018
There are very specific laws regarding personal property of a tenant, how to handle it, etc. It is not necessarily a simple answer capable of being answered on a message board. You might consider meeting with an attorney to discuss this process in detail to ensure you do things the correct way.
answered on Aug 3, 2018
Not enough information to know, but I've had cases where my client was accused of crimes based on receiving benefits after no longer qualifying based on income.
They are seeking 134k and counting as it's an open claim
Showings...do I have to allow it? I'm new to this state and the last state we lived in didn't require we allow the landlord to show the property. I have no problem with it, but not now while I'm in the middle of spring break, family visits and kids activities. I don't want the... Read more »
answered on Mar 2, 2018
The landlord may enter for any legitimate business purpose, which includes showing the property to a potential buyer, after making a good faith effort to give you notice.
3 of my roommates lack discipline and manners and they talk with loud voice even they are sitting 2 feet from each other which I don't understand. They sound to me like bunch of villagers where they talk loud, laugh in the middle of the night ignoring other people are trying to sleep.
answered on Dec 19, 2017
You do not have legal recourse in this situation. You will have to move or get new roommates.
I was evicted on 11/3 with the sheriff's office escorting me off the property. This was after speaking to the believed a log as i paid the balance by the Monday, I would be ok. I was not permitted to get back into my place until after the weekend. On the 14th I received a letter stating... Read more »
I mailed in 2 months notice to vacate but landlord says they did not receive it. I believe it's due to wrong address. Once issue was brought to my attention, I mailed in a copy of the notice 15 days before lease ends. They are saying that I must go month to month for a month
answered on Sep 11, 2017
The answer depends on the wording of your lease, so a simple answer is just not possible at this time.
answered on Apr 19, 2017
Without knowing more information, it is likely that you are bound to the terms set forth by the trailer court. There may be an exception if you owned the dog (and lived in the trailer court) prior to the time the trailer court imposed the no dogs rule.
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