I'm assuming that the eviction is being made by way of Public Law 86 of 2011 before a Court of Law in Puerto Rico. In that event, a dunning letter should be mailed to the lessee by certified mail to his/her last known address (if Philadelphia address is known, mail to said address). If no...Read more »
Landlord sent text: Buenos dias. Para informarle que la casa fue opcionada y el comprador debe cerrer el préstamo a fin de este mes. Le informo para que haga los arreglos pertinentes. Me gustaria que confirme que recibio este mensaje. Gracias .
The answer your question may be available within the very contract that you signed.
Under normal circumstances, the monthly rent is fixed during the lease term (of one year). Under normal circumstances, any change to the contract during its term may only be valid with prior written consent...Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. The legal process to be followed is to first get your beloved Uncle's property registered under the Estate's name. Once the property is registered in the names of the Inheritors (Estate) then they will have to file an evictión procedure (Desahucio)...Read more »
for the land (not house itself) she did not put any monies into purchasing the land or construction. I have never seen any paperwork and want to find out how I can get all the information regarding the house. Does she have any rights over me for the house?. She does not allow me to do any repairs... Read more »
Hello and thank you for using Justia. Happy New Year. If your parents we're legally married at the time of purchase of the land and constructión of the house without any prenupcial agreement, then most likely yes your Mother is half owner of the house and property. You Will need to verify the...Read more »
Is it proper to file in small claims court to be released from a rental contract paid 1 year in advance? There was a breach of contract by landlord. We're looking to get our rental fees for the rest of the term of contract.
Hello and thank you for using JUSTIA. The case needs to be filed in the district court due to the amount and matter being claimed. You would file a breach of contract case. The costs are $750.00 retainer and 20% of the amount recovered. The amount placed by the court as legal fees would be...Read more »
Good afternoon and thank you for using JUSTIA. The landlord is required by law to repair certain fixtures of said property. You can either use the rental payment to do the repairs or you can notify the landlord that you intend to move at the end of the next month if said needed repairs are not...Read more »
She has been staying there rent free and without a lease or contract. She asked us to let her stay at our home since she needed to get back on her feet and had children. She said she would get her own place as soon as she got a job. Her children are grown now. Its several years later. She has... Read more »
I'm trying to contact my tenant unsuccessfully for unpaid rent. I can see he reads the messages but doesn't reply nor answer the phone, which is unusual. Can i warn him that if no contact is possible i'm going to use a lawyer?
You must sue them in an eviction action and probably along with a collection of money action.
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