It depends on what breach of the lease they are using as a basis for the eviction. If you paid fully and timely, then your landlord likely cannot evict you for failing to pay rent. However, they can still evict you for other breaches of the lease.
I am not responsible for the $340 they say I am because it's not my fault. I've expressed this to them and also sent proof yet they still want to move forward with this eviction. They have refused my rent but accepted partial payment. Isn't that grounds for a dismissal?
Things went very south when my boyfriend and I moved in with my sisters. We agreed to move across the country to help her with her things (work for her) and now she's taking everything back. therefore forcing me to go in debt, willingly harming us. So I'm wondering is it possible for us... Read more »
I have learned that every toilet (4) in my home has been installed incorrectly causing ceilings to leak in my home. I want to know what legal rights do I have to either sue the sellers for poor quality work. I have only been in the home 4 months.
On 1 hand, at this point in time, why does it matter? Anyway, I assume you have a written lease and if the lease has provisions which allow the landlord to not renew the lease, then as long as he followed those provisions for non-renewal, then he's compliant.
If both of you are on the lease then the likely answer is yes the landlord would have to evict you as well. As always you should take your documents to a local lawyer and have them review the documents to get a more complete answer.
You need to give them 7 days' notice that you will not be renewing their lease and they need to vacate as of August 31. If they are not out as of August 1, you can try pursuing summary ejectment, but check the second box on form AOC-CVM-201 which says "The lease period ended on the above...Read more »
I have a tenant that is wanting security deposit back, we have itemized damages done to home by an animal and are not charging tenant for normal wear and tear. The tenant is being charged a move out clean because home was not cleaned. Animal ripped siding off of back of home tenant never replaced... Read more »
NCGS 42-50 is the statute that requires the trust account for a deposit. There is no case law interpreting penalties for failure to comply. NCGS 42-51 outlines permitted uses of the security deposit and NCGS 42-52 outline your obligations. So long as you are passing along actual cost and not...Read more »
I purchased a home in NC from a property management company. The house is rented and I’m allowing the tenant to stay. She informed me that the previous landlord will not return her security deposit. She is elderly and doesn’t seem able to navigate this issue herself. I’d like to know what... Read more »
The security deposit should have followed the lease, and since you purchased it subject to the lease then they should have transferred it to you. I would pursue it with the management company and demand that they turn over the deposit to you.
Even if that is not the case they have 30 days...Read more »
The landlord can sell the home at any time during the lease, however, the new owners would be buying the home subject to the lease. I advise talking to your landlord about what is happening and seeing what sort of protections they are willing to offer you.
I kicked my ex boyfriend out of my house 2 weeks ago. He left the majority of his belongings and no matter how many times I ask, he won't come get them. He also left a dog and a car. Obviously I will just have the car towed, but what can I do about the dog? Can I sell her? It was a free... Read more »
from a leak that happened last year August? My lease is set to renew July 1st. I’ve asked them to repair the damage in my kitchen and they’re ignoring my requests. Instead she wants me gone in 30 days and I’ve been a long time renter for 8 years!!
Unless your lease contains a very unusual renewal provision they are absolutely within their rights to decline to renew the lease. Even with the facts you laid out, I would be very surprised if they would be required to renew your lease.
In NC you can talk to the local housing authority, and as long as you have properly notified your landlord of the issues they can step in. And your landlord is walking a fine line if they try and evict you after you reported issues to them.
We have lived in our current home for 6 years, recently an acre of our property has been leased out to another party for their horse. We didn't find out intil there were already fence posts in, when asked, the people putting up the fence said that our landlady was leasing the property to them... Read more »
My daughter has moved most her belongings into the house and now she’s been told that the landlord daughter is moving in not my daughter .They had a verbal agreement and were supposed to finalize and sign contract next week.We have cleaned the house inside to get ready and was told it was ok to... Read more »
Unfortunately, since there is no signed contract, the verbal agreement is not enforceable. Try to work out something with the landlord to get a few more days time in exchange for the time and labor expended cleaning up the house.
Told roommate I was moving out in 10 days, because of the hostile living conditions created by himself and one other roommate. I refused to stay there in those 10 days following because of how intimidating, negative, and all around abusive behavior directed towards me. I am sure it was all for the... Read more »
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