I was in a one year lease ending August 31. I provided 60 days notice prior to vacating and 90 days notice of intent not to renew the lease and left the premises on July 21st. I turned over the keys to the management, surrendering the property, completely vacated.
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I live in Arizona. I am on an HUD subsidized housing voucher program. Besides abatement, if the housing subsidizer who i s responsible for paying 70% of my rent, doesnt pay their portion of rent for whatever reason (besides abatement) can the landlord file a forcible detainer for possession... Read more »
More information is needed to answer. The paperwork should be reviewed.
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My boyfriend and I signed a lease together about two months ago. We allowed a friend to stay with us for 340$ a month and he's been here for about a month. We both agree that he should no longer live with us. He refuses to leave and has threatened to tell our landlord that we were letting him... Read more »
There is a new arizona law about removing unwanted guests that may apply. But care should be taken to determine if the person is considered a tenant and eviction required. Best to talk to a real estate lawyer about the details.
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I am the owner of a home in a lease to own situation. The lessee paid a down payment at the start of the lease. The realtor involved received the down payment which was to be held in a trust account until lessee was ready to close. I was told that this was done. 9 months later, the realtor is... Read more »
You should consider meeting with an experienced attorney to address these issues. It is not clear who's Realtor this was, but if the real estate agent or his firm lost the funds, you and the tenant have right to sue them. The Escrow agent also has liability. I am not sure why you are...Read more »
I moved out of state 3 weeks before my lease was up. I turned in the keys and did a walkthrough. Still paying fees such as pro rated amount and misc utilities. They rented the place out to someone else. Is this legal since I still have the lease but I turned in the keys?
If they rented to someone else, you may have a right to not pay certain fees or get your money back, but more information is needed to answer for sure. A real estate lawyer can review the lease and situation and advise.
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I was told 3 weeks into my lease the unit was being put for sale. The realtor has been on the property once with no notification and once with 7 minutes notice. Now she is trying to get a showing without 48 hour notice. I have also asked her to stop contacting me during work hours and she will.... Read more »
I turned in the note from my doc. Now they want paperwork saying shots registration and breed info. I believe that's against ada and fair housing act they cant ask for that. Only documentation showing I have need for a service dog.
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It may depend on who you sue. A local lawyer can advise.
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Here's a link to some information from the Arizona Attorney General's office that may be useful: https://www.azag.gov/sites/default/files/sites/all/docs/civil-rights/fha/TenantRightsResponsibilities.pdf
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original rental agreement(1st of mo +5 days), landlord filed unlawful detainer against tenant in AZ Justice Court. Absent any other written agreement, has landlord waived right to terminate original rental agreement for that failure. Rent due 1st of mo, landlord filed on 6th of month, but pre-paid... Read more »
Rent must normally be paid in full and on time. See part 2 in this publication from the Arizona Attorney General's office: https://www.azag.gov/sites/default/files/sites/all/docs/civil-rights/fha/TenantRightsResponsibilities.pdf
Check the lease. Generally speaking, landlords have a reasonable right to access. See Part 2 in this publication from the Arizona Attorney General's office: https://www.azag.gov/sites/default/files/sites/all/docs/civil-rights/fha/TenantRightsResponsibilities.pdf
Make sure you obtain your writ of restitution from the court five days after judgment was entered against the tenant. If the tenant has not moved during that time period, you will have to give the writ of restitution to the constable (if judgment was in the justice court) or sheriff (if in the...Read more »
After reading the question, my 10-year old daughter said, "No. That is not accurate. They have to at least give her a month to get ready." And while my daughter has no legal training, she is likely correct. Assuming that your sister is or was renting on some type of month-to-month...Read more »
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