My current lease expires end of June. I received notice on June 1 that I must choose a new option (12,6 or M2M) by June 20th, but no matter what option it's stating that rent will increase on July 1st. I thought they had to give 90 days notice before raising rent? Should I call them out? Thanks.
They DO have to give at least 90 days prior written notice of any rent increase (note written means written - NOT text, email, voicemail, etc.) and any rent increase cannot exceed a 9.9% raise over the previous 12 months and, if in the City of Portland limits, may have to provide a variety of...Read more »
My landlord has a contract with our city to fix his own properties and we have asked him for months to come and fix our bathroom, kitchen, ceiling tiles, and our closets which have no ceiling in them resulting in our clothes being ruined.
Hi. As stated, I was offered to renew my annual lease. I returned the digital document signed promptly. At first I was told they didn't receive it (a month after my sending it...) Once I let them know about the digital document's history proving that I did sign it on time, they told me... Read more »
If a lease expires, landlord has no obligation to renew it unless it has an automatic renewal or some other renewal process, and tenant gave proper notice of renewal as the lease required before any deadline. Ohio law allows a landlord to inspect at any time after giving reasonable notice. When a...Read more »
Around July i told my landlord that I have a leak somewhere in my apartment. He told me he would send someone by. And he never did I kept telling him about it and remind him about it. If no one ever came out I will tell my rent for July August September and even October when my water went off. I... Read more »
The paperwork has Tenant and CoSigner on the lease, with Tenant's family listed as occupants. When filing for summary ejectment, do I need to include Tenant's wife and CoSigner's wife on the court paperwork?
If a pet damages the apartment or creates a nuisance, a landlord may seek to terminate a tenancy regardless of whether there is a "no pet" clause in a lease. Even when a pet is well behaved, a landlord may decide not to renew a future lease in a non-rent regulated apartment if a landlord...Read more »
We found the property during COVID-19 so we weren’t able to see it because of the quarantine the owner lives in New York and agent is nasty, home Has extreme damages gaping holes,running toilets, There is horrid smell that engulfs the entire area Come to find out it’s the laundry machine the... Read more »
Thought they had to give me 90 days to increase my rent. Signed the lease via Docusign with no increase, but it seems like I got trapped. I was going month to month...and then they said I must sign a new lease immediately or the rent will increase. Legal?
You bought a house while you were paying your father's rent. If you stop paying your dad's rent, he will be evicted. But now that you've taken on the mortgage payment, you've left dad to pay his own rent, but he can't.
Your idea is to find another tenant to take...Read more »
i have servere anxiety;i have a daughter only i take care of and no one else takes responsibility for.if my parents wont take responsibility for my daughter do they have the right to unlock my door and leave it open while i maybe asleep?
The lease may have an early termination clause. You should thoroughly review the lease to see if it provides you with any options. Try talking to the landlord, maybe they can correct the safety issues.
Generally, a lease cannot be terminated just because someone in the building is...Read more »
Haven't signed yet...but landlord wants me to sign in the next two days...haven't even read the whole thing yet..She says if I don't sign now with no increase that my rent will increase down the road at some point. It's a 1 year...but, I can't get over the notice being a... Read more »
If you say you can't read the lease in two days, you are telling the landlord you don't take the issue seriously or simply don't care. Yes the landlord can raise your rent up to 9.9% anytime with 90 days notice - locking in the amount of your rent is one of the major advantages of...Read more »
First, Maine law provides: "If a tenant who is 7 days or more in arrears in the payment of rent pays the full amount of rent due before the expiration of the 7-day notice in writing, that notice is void." It sounds like you can no longer evict your tenant, but you can keep the rent she...Read more »
She told us when she moved in she would move them and 6 months later it is still here. We rent the home and two car garage and she occupies space with her personal items. Can we move it out or charge her to move it? Or charge her for the space we can’t use.? Also she has not changed her mailing... Read more »
Under Wisconsin law, unless the lease has an exception, a tenant has the right to exclusive possession of the premises. So unless your lease allows the storage of personal property by the landlord, then have the right to exclusive possession and you may take your landlord to court to enforce your...Read more »
We have been without AC for 2 weeks, and have a toddler and 70 lb dog living in the home. Due to the current situation in the outside world, we can't really go anywhere to escape the heat during the day. It is 84 degrees in all the bedrooms. The landlord told us that we could break lease... Read more »
AC is a necessity in a residential lease. The Landlord has a legal obligation to make sure the AC is working. If the AC is not working in hot weather, you should call the Office of Housing Code Enforcement for the county/city where the premises is located and make a formal complaint. An Inspector...Read more »
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