we were then given a different letter asking us to agree to move, we would no longer be responsible for our mortgage and basically just cut all ties. I have texts and an audio recording stating I would,could, and will be getting money back, but the agreement doesn't mention it, so I have not... Read more »
Our building had had flooding issues and leaks for several years. Our old landlord sold the building to a new company. Within one year the new company was switching everyone to month to month when their lease was over and turned the water bill over to the tenets. I was curious if this is legal?
Landlord took over 2 mos into our 1 yr lease. She had no idea my name was on the lease, Had I been treated as a tenant, I would have paid rent when it was late etc. the last 3 months I paid all rent but landlord continued to put everything under my daughters name. We paid $600 deposit, $150 was... Read more »
Our lease is up in September. We got an email saying they won't renew our lease and have 60 days to transfer to a new apartment number. Wondering on if i will need to hire movers out of pocket because of this or if the apartment building is liable to cover these cost. Also what my options are... Read more »
I have emailed my landlord my intent to terminate my month-to-month lease on the 1st of June (the last day in residence would be May 31st). I have emailed him today, April 27th. MN statute 504B.135 specifies "The time of the notice must be at least as long as the interval between the time rent... Read more »
I was in middle of housing court to fight a eviction that was totally wrong and I had huge lawsuit against the place I lived.. But I had a petty misdemeanor theft.40$ theft.was going to be dropped anyhow.ididnt have a record really.during middle of housing court the sheriffs at government center... Read more »
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 »
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.
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.
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 »
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.
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 »
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.
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 »
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