An enforcement worker has come to find multiple violations which resulted in my apartment complex being fined 2x times and the problems are extensive as to electrical wiring being exposed, smoke detectors not working, air filters not being replaced since before we have moved in and well passed... Read more »
I am planning on moving out soon but was juat in a bad car wreck and is taking longer then thought all of a sudden my cousin comes tells me I have till tomorrow night can she legally just make me leave that fast i just basically want to know if she calls police tomorrow can they make me leave i... Read more »
I am 100% disabled veteran with a wife and 2 small kids. I was told I have to drive the 1000 miles there just to sign a piece of paper to get charges filed. Then drive 1000 miles back, hope they prosecute (the attacker is a local preacher and friends with the chief of police, sheriff, prosecutor... Read more »
You can if you have notified the landlord IN WRITING and he has not redone thin 30 days. Everything you do must be heavily documented and in writing to prove your case, including the roof that it is indeed black mold. Anything and everything you do orally is worthless.
The room itself is very small and walled with thin paneling. It has two very small windows that are painted shut so there is no egress. The room also has no vents or any access to the central heat or the air. Although not as severe, the room also has no closet and the ceilings are very low. This... Read more »
Establish that there is mold in the house and that is the cause of your sickness. Put them on notice of it by sending a letter and demanding it be corrected. If not corrected, you can void the lease and move.
We put a down payment of $8000.00 down on 35 and a half acres around 3 and 1/2 yrs ago, She had her 2008 chrysler sebring, And i had my 2006 chevy silverado, We seperated around a year or so ago so i left in my truck, Well she takes my title and puts it in her son's name and come's to where im at... Read more »
Husbands sister took over mortgage payments and was given a rent to own contract that when the loan was paid off the house and one of the 2 acres she could have. Only thing asked was that she pay all the fees & repairs. Contract said so long as she pays $350 on time and maintains property the same... Read more »
They charged me for the cost of the electric bill plus an additional $65 dollar late fee. Technically, that fee is in the lease agreement but only for late rent. My rent was paid in full on time for the month.
have a court order stating that I was evicted and I had until Saturday March 11, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. to remove my fiance's my two daughters (ages 1 & 2), and my belongings. My family went to the home on March 10, 2017 to start gathering up our things.. Only to find that my landlord had already... Read more »
Not so much for the depression but yes. He took your property. That's conversion. Contact a member of the Ky.Assn for Justice--they give free consultations. Another source would be call legal services/ legal aid, ask for their landlord tenant unit, find out if any of their attorneys went into...Read more »
Hard to say, with only the information in your question. But it sounds like he has been letting you live there and that you have no type of legal "ownership" interest in the property such as a leasehold interest or a term of years or what-have-you. If that is the case, if he asks you to leave and...Read more »
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