If it is a month to month tenant, you take subject to the tenancy. Unless, there is a shorter period agreed to by the parties, you must give 60 days notice. Once the 60 days notice had ended, you must seek court intervention to remove them.
My landlord is trying to make me sign an addendum to agree to get renter's insurance, for a full year, and my lease started in August, with no mention that renters is required, it strictly states that "renter's insurance is not mandatory, but we do encourage you to obtain it to cover... Read more »
If the lease did not originally required it, the next section you have to look at are amendments and notice. Is there a section in your lease that allows the landlord to amend the lease with notice. If not, than I don't see how he can do it. However, you may want to take the lease to an...Read more »
He was awarded only a small amount of what he was asking in court, I sent him checks monthly paying what I could, he never cashed them. He has now ordered my wages to be garnished. How much is he allowed from each pay period?
You can sue the landlord in Superior Court to force a repair (AKA extermination of the roaches) and obtain damages for failure to repair. If you live in a rental house, you also have the option of informing the landlord that you intend to repair the situation yourself by hiring your own licensed...Read more »
We were informed to do free estimates for repairs to house when estimates came in and we provided our issues in written form she went to police came to home with them for a inspection that was never scheduled and then sent us a 30-day vacate premises notice
My landlord terminated my lease 2 months early without providing me any documentation about a 30-60 day notice I also fixed the the damages I caused and cleaned unit before leaving I was told I would get a deducted deposit back it has been 30 days and my old landlord has yet to call me and refuses... Read more »
There are holes in the wall and ceiling, I'd not noticed when i first looked at the place, but noticed and noted on move in inspection- though the holes at the baseboard i noticed just days AFTER. I contacted manager on the Nov 6, but did not get back to me, until i again contacted them on the... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. What type of holes? Are they the result of insect/animal activity? Are the holes the result of water damage? Do the holes prevent you from doing something in your home? Does it threaten your safety/privacy?
Normally, when the landlord makes the fatal mistake of not adding "all others" to the dispossessory affidavit, the sheriff's office will not approve the removal of possessions from the house if someone objects.
Everyone else can file to stop the eviction or contact the...Read more »
so all the doors in my house have wood rot around the trim plus more and my power bill was reaching $320 and i realized the insulation was almost non existing in the house and ive also discoverd black mold under the house as well
Some of the issues mentioned concern the implied warranty of habitability. This means a landlord must ensure a tenant can reasonably use and enjoy the property. It is best to contact an attorney who can review the details of your case and provide you legal counsel.
We rent a lot in a mobile home park. We own the trailer we live in but water, electricity, sewer, and trash services are included in our lot rent. In the past month, water to the entire park has been shut off, only once with any kind of notice. The other times, there’s been no notice,... Read more »
Water is a necessity and the absence of it is not only unreasonable but illegal. The implied warranty of habitability provides that a landlord must maintain its property in such a way that the tenant has reasonable use and enjoyment of that property. A tenant’s duty to pay rent is often...Read more »
They reassured me that it was fine. 6 months later, without warning, I have to stop immediately and they are not compensating me for needing to move. Do I have any rights? I was very transparent and there were no warnings.
More details are certainly needed in order to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to contact an attorney who will go over your lease with you and advise you on Georgia law. We are here to assist you whenever you are ready.
A little bit more information is needed to provide you with a definitive answer. Did you actually pay the settlement amount you agreed to in court? It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible to ensure your interests are protected. We are here to assist you whenever you are ready. I wish...Read more »
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