My mother and father in law had both passed away and no one has filed for executor of their estate. My sister in law is currently living in one of the apartments but her sister states that she is going to have her evicted. Can this be done?
Depending on whom are the heirs and what there rights are under the will, if any, and who will be the executor, or administrator, the answer may vary. Meet with a probate attorney in your area and discuss the details in private. If you are the executor, retain an attorney to assist you in...Read more »
It may take an investigation to determine the cause of this condition. Follow your doctor's recommendations to treat the condition and consult with an attorney in private to evaluate the situation further.
My roommate didn't pay the rent for two months, so I had to reach out to the landlord to get the truth as my roommate covered up lies with lies. I'm basically collateral damage in this. I'm disabled because of siezures and can't move by Monday like he's asking. And my... Read more »
Take a good look at the lease. Does it permit subletting? Do you have one? You may have to take your roommate to small claims court if they defrauded you by renting you an apartment they did not have any right to rent to you.
I received an eviction notice, not from a court but from a property managing company. The notice does not state the reason for eviction and when i asked the landlord her answer was that shes evicting me because i dont clean, which isnt true.
Landlord has us paying All utilities even when he uses it for his garage and even has friends staying there hooked up to our electric & water in a large camper for a few months. Verbally he said he would pay difference but now he recants that. Told him his fence was falling for months &... Read more »
You will need to "take them to court" This is most effectively done with an experienced attorney. Once the eviction is complete, they will help you gain the appropriate papers to effect and execution, from thence, the premises should be yours.
If you can afford to pay it, pay it and deduct the cost from your rent. Check with your landlord first to be sure he is agreeable to this arrangement. If he is not, hire an attorney to assist you in advocating for your rights.
If they will not willingly vacate, it may be time to file "EVICTION FOR REASON OTHER THAN NONPAYMENT OF RENT" Any one of our friendly attorneys would be well able to assist you in navigating that process.
Leaving gates open may be a problem of varying severity depending on whether there are pets or livestock in your area. Try to work it out between you, If it becomes UN-tenable, look for another location in which to dwell.
The shortest, best answer is..."it depends on the terms of the Lease Agreement." But based on your question, I suggest that the answer is, "probably not." Let me clarify a few points, though: First, as you know, many State statutes permit landlords to charge both a...Read more »
I accidentally dropped the toilet paper holder in the toilet while it was flushing, & it went down. Now it's not flushing properly. My landlord said it was "negligent" of me, and that I would have to pay the plumber. I'm on Section 8, but this is his private apartment... Read more »
You seem to admit that you clogged the toilet with the toilet paper roller. Read the lease carefully. You may end up being responsible for the removal of the foreign object from the toilet costs. Also, don't bring your phone in the bathroom.
because he caught his wife cheating and does not want her in the apartment anymore, is this correct or should I wait til the lease expired to extend him a month to month under his name only ? any legal problems for the landlord?
2 separate families occupying 2 units (3 family home) holdovers from a foreclosure. Former owner moved out of 3rd unit and washed his hands of the property 2 years ago but told tenants as long as they paid the water bill they could stay. Tenants replaced the hot water heater last year and have... Read more »
If that is what the judge orders, that will be the order of the court. Of course, your attorney will have more specific instructions for you to ensure you don't get caught in some procedural trap for the unwary and untrained.
2 separate families/3 units, holdovers from a foreclosure. Fmr owner moved out of 3rd unit and washed his hands of the prop 2 years ago but told tenants; as long as they paid the water bill they could stay. Tenants replaced the hot water heater last year and have done minor maintaince and snow... Read more »
With something this important, it will be worth investing in the services of a good attorney to assist in making sure your case goes smoothly. You have made a substantial investment in this property and should seriously hiring an attorney who can help ensure you will be able to possess and enjoy...Read more »
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