The landlord signed a new lease with my ex-partner and is trying to 'roll-over' my deposit to a lease agreement that I am not apart of. I need help getting my lease back as stated in the lease agreement.
I don't think it is. Although it shouldn't have been filed or served that way--it may, and I say MAY be a reason to delay. Generally, these errors happen and are easy to fix. You'd be better off not representing yourself in an eviction for a number of reasons.
hi, my tenant is switching from the front apartment to the back apartment she paid the security deposit now we both agreed since it will be less rent in the back she will transfer the security deposit from front to back and the difference of $125 will go to first-month rent is there a legal... Read more »
You might want to provide her with a statement similar to the one you would if she was moving completely within 14 days she moves out of the one apartment. You might want to wait to see the condition of the apartment she is moving out of before putting anything in writing.
I own a three apartment house in the Bronx and I have a court date on next month for evicting my tenant. Her 90 day notice ended in July 31st and she owes me about seven thousand five hundred of her share of rent . Do I need to return the payments I received from section 8 and HRA on her behalf ?... Read more »
I live in a privately owned senior bldg. They accept HUD subsidies. In their lease, it clearly states, "no objectionable odors permitted to permeate from tenants' units". I have lived here 6 yrs on the ground floor. There are 4 floors. Never had a problem until about a yr ago. I... Read more »
In an ideal world you would speak with your tenant and things would move forward cooperatively. However, that frequently does not work out. Therefore, landlords are required to serve a 90 Day Notice of Termination on a long term tenant before commencing a holdover proceeding in Housing Court to...Read more »
I have been here over 2 months and the other day they sent a fax over saying they are no longer responsible for paying for me to stay here. Can they just kick me out or is it the same eviction process as regular residential rentals
Tenant stabilized for 24 years, SCRIE. New landlord bought building: raised bill for active lease; refused offer renewal; After complaint offered 2,5m backdated lease; refused to sing; signed 4 months later but white out what I signed; wrote 25% on white out,using my signature. He never... Read more »
I’m a tenant who was a month to month , always paid rent , no issues at the house with police agency or anything else , I maintain the yard and home , I was given a non lease renewal and then a 30 day notice with no notice at all , and the owner has harassed me etc , destroying my personal... Read more »
On a month to month lease, we are moving out on the 3rd and new tenants occupy on the 4th. The building manager is saying what they charge us is based on a percentage or what the other tenants don't pay. This all sounds false and shady. We paid every month, never late they walked through the... Read more »
Your question may have gotten overlooked for two weeks because of the categories posted under. You could try reposting and adding "Landlord-Tenant" as a category. There's no guarantee every question here is picked up, but you'd have better chances of a L-T attorney seeing your post there. Good luck
The landlord of our rental building has informed us that exterior facade work under Local Law 11 will be performed for an undisclosed period of time. They are requiring tenants to remove all items from balconies during the entire time period, however long that may be (and in NYC, this could mean... Read more »
Prior to our new owners closing our home on 8/3, we were offered to stay here ( he resides locally, but not here) and our rent would go from $2400 a month to $2700 a month. We were told by the realtor that they agreed we could stay here for one year, month to month at $2700 We accepted that offer.... Read more »
Is there currently a Lease Agreement in effect? At the very least, have you to be given 90 days notice, and then you would first be served with the proceeding. Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.
The $900 is the total amount of rent and my security deposit as I discovered there were bedbugs, asked him if he had bed bugs, he said he didn't, I had someone from pest control confirm it was a bed bug, and had him sign a contract stating he would pay me back my first month's rent, along... Read more »
Hi, is your question how you should recover the $900? Assuming there are no eviction issues, your former landlord breached his promise to return the $900 to you. You have the promise in writing. This case seems ideal for small claims court. Downstate may charge slightly differently but small claims...Read more »
We had a lease but he felt it was unnecessary so I knew when I had another year is when he would raise the rent. He raised it for August so I thought it was good for another year. We had a verbal agreement. Please I have 5 kids and one of my child has autism.
This house passed to us immediately upon the death of the Life Tenant - outside if probate. An Executor or Adminstrator has not yet been appointed by the Surrogates Court. The personal property contained within the house must eventually be distributed to the beneficiaries in the former owners will.... Read more »
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