The original contract is on file and his client stated he had possessions, that are the contract stated, he had no knowledge of the list and if found he would return. Apdx A was the 100k. list items. It a custom contact 3 pg doc. with appendix A list.. page contract written on the... Read more »
The power company here in VA took my deposit, gave me a date to turn the power on, didn't, then required a notarized lease and whereabouts of the previous tenants, even though I as the new tenant didn't know the previous tenant, I get all this documentation even after they still haven't turned my... Read more »
More than one legal issue regarding the trial of case. However most important issue is the plea agreememt was to plea guilty to two misdemeanors instead of 2 felony charges. Just got a letter about not voting rights, so looked up charge online. Court said plead guilty to a felony. I have plea... Read more »
My boyfriend signed a lease on January 11 for a rental property starting on February 8th. The property is a condo with three other adult renters on the property. On January 27th he was convicted of a felony in North Carolina for Grand Larceny, this crime occurred over a year and a half ago and he... Read more »
Assuming the credit application and the lease do not require a disclosure about a previous crime, he may not have to disclose it. I would need to review all the documents before I could tell you for sure.
I have a application on file and willing to name a co inventor for help with this huge law suit. Has to be a nice person and a patent litigation attorney. I'm truly the real inventor I proved that december 3rd 2019 my name begins with a c. This can be not only a big opportunity for me but a co... Read more »
The new landlord said they're not likely to sell, but the property has two houses and it's possible she'll want to sell mine. There are plenty of people right here who would want to rent it, so I'm wondering--can I say no to adding that clause? Is it legal in VA or do I have no leverage if it's... Read more »
Assiming you have a written residential lease in place, and if your question is whether a new title owner of the Property is entitled to unilaterally change the terms of your lease with the previous title owner, the answer is no. A residential lease can only be changed or modified by mutual...Read more »
I originally signed this lease when I attended college in Richmond VA, at VCU, but sadly I made a mistake and was forced off the property by 1 roommate and I've been collecting my rent statements, and I put an ad up for the room, as the leasing agency told me to do, but as far as I know not 1 of... Read more »
The claim of forgery to an written instrument is a serious charge that will require an hand writing expert to testify that the signature on the lease is not yours. You certainly, However, can sue your roommate for forging your signature on the lease. There is a different issue that you may have...Read more »
New company is increasing the rent, and required me to apply to qualify. They came back to me saying they are going forward with a new lease with a term of 15 months instead of honoring my existing lease term (expires in 2 months) and my existing rental amount. I cannot understand how a legally... Read more »
In Virginia, if the lease provides that the landlord shall provide wifi, cable and the like yet disconnects those services, the tenant can bring a claim against the landlord for breach of the lease contract.
I currently obtain part time shifts through a company that declares I am not an employee, I am an independent contractor. Therefor they can not and will not verify that I work through them. One of the facilities I have been providing assistance to wanted to hire me FT. I was interested. They say... Read more »
A landlord can raise the rent only after the lease period ends. Typically, with your six month lease, it would convert to a month-to-month lease (unless the lease says otherwise) at the end of the six month period. For the first six months, the rent amount would stay as it is written in the lease...Read more »
I don't know if Maryland law requires this, but these transactions are usually governed by the law where the sale takes place. For example, if you purchase a timeshare in Florida, you're not required to take a tour of the resort. However, the state of your residence may dictate that the purchase...Read more »
In consideration of a lease with a 6 month term, at the end of the 6 months, the lease becomes a month-to-month lease by operation of law unless it is renewed in a new written document. During the term of the 6 months, it is a binding contract for which the rent cannot be increased unilaterally but...Read more »
Neither representing attorneys or judge adhered to the Federal Military Spouse Protection Act regarding community property. I would of been under the 1982 rules. I did not know about this federal act at the time.
Your question contains a mixture of somewhat complex issues and illustrates a conflict between federal and state law. The first issue is preemption. Preemption occurs when exclusive federal jurisdiction and law on specific areas of law prevent action under state jurisdiction and laws, for...Read more »
did you move in and are living there? The you owe the rent. Virginia law provides that if a lease is delivered but not signed AND the parties act is if it was in force, then it's in force and both the landlord and tenant must live up to their side of the bargain
We wanted to get out of our contract but they declined that. So we decided to take the house off the market. They then told us the house would remain listed until the contract expired. Can they do yhis
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