Both of you remain fully liable for the entire monthly rent amount. If she stops paying, and you do not pay it in full, landlord can evict you and sue both of you. Check your lease to determine if it allows you to sublease, or work it out with landlord if you find a new roommate.
Do you have documents that show you paid the amounts they say are due? Were the amounts you paid listed on your tax returns, payroll deductions, or bank statements? If their records show you owe money, even if they don't have full documentation of that, you might have the burden to prove...Read more »
I had a sublet with girl 1 to take over her portion of the lease. The leasing company told us to have an informal lease agreement basically stating that I would be taking over. I got the keys and everything and gave her $505 for the rent for the month. A day goes by and my room is occupied with... Read more »
My parent paid over half the value of this home as s favor to a family friend when her spouse died to keep the previous owner from foreclosure..under the verbal agreement made in front of our attorney she agreed my family would pay off the balance of the house, she would live in it until she... Read more »
The owner named on the deed can evict anyone whose name is not on the deed. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to consult a local real estate attorney who can review all the facts of this complicated situation and advise you on your options.
no rent , no money exchanged at all. have recorded was only temporary, stole my debit n didn't press charges, do I need to evict them? what about their belonging filling my garage, cannot get to my necessary belongings?
Yes, unfortunately, you must use the proper eviction process. If you don't, they could sue you for wrongful eviction - and they probably would. Give them a 3-day notice for non-payment of rent, and then file for eviction after 3 days. The court might dismiss that, since there was never an...Read more »
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