Joseph Jaap's answer It sounds like a difficult time. He is the owner. You and daughters are tenants. If you are moving out, it would seem best not to aggravate the situation further by having visitors come over. He could file an eviction action against all of you. An eviction is permanent court record and can make it difficult for your daughters to rent from a landlord who checks the records.
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F. Paul Maloof's answer Based on your lease contract, tenant has a right to renew for another 1 year term if tenant gives landlord written notice at least 60 days before the end of the lease term. If no such notice is given by the tenant, the lease converts into a month-to-month lease by operation of law.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer Just because your landlord has "loose your file" does not mean you do jot have to continue paying rent. And just because your lease says "0 occupancy" and has "missing data" does not mean you do not have to pay rent either.
Gregory L Abbott's answer Yes, I think you do owe them the month's rent payment, assuming you are not exempt from having to pay it to begin with. The statute reads that you were supposed to include that payment with your termination notice which, as I understand your posting, occurred before they responded with their own 30 day notice. Thus you owed it and their subsequent getting out sooner than your 90 days does not change that. IF you gave a 90 day no cause termination notice (with a valid reason for said...
Matthew Valley's answer What does your lease say? Landlords frequently include provisions in their leases that override the general rule that a landlord does not have the right to enter leased premises, outside of emergencies, without a tenant’s permission.
Bruce Alexander Minnick's answer The written lease you signed will tell you all about late fees. Just because you received no notice of any late fees does not mean you were not late paying the rent; right?
On the other hand, unless your rent was somewhere in the neighborhood of $3,000 per month, the $657 being charged does sound a bit greedy. But probably not illegal.
Gregory L Abbott's answer Assuming you are on a month to month tenancy, a minimum of 30 days advanced WRITTEN notice (NOT email, text, etc.). If served by mail, it must be mailed regular first class mail - not Certified - and you must add an additional 4 days, including the day of mailing.
Anthony Marvin Avery's answer All you can do is sue for the Security Deposit back as a Breach of Contract. If you had a written Lease, it may have had a term dealing with the same. You could sue the Owner pro se in Sessions Court, but it would be better with an attorney. If the amount is under $700, you might not want to worry with it.
Mike Branum's answer According to Utah Administrative Code you should have received a copy of the Utah Consumer Bill of Rights Regarding Towing as soon as you were contacted by the towing company. If you did not, you can file a complaint with UDOT on their website (www.udot.utah.gov). You may have a claim for damages against the property manager if they requested the tow and you can demonstrate that they failed to provide notice of the parking regulations which would subject you to towing.
Elaine Shay's answer According to the factual description you presented, although a foreclosure judgment was entered the actual sale has not taken place and is instead scheduled for May 2019. Until the property is sold at auction, the owner named in the foreclosure action would remain entitled to collect rents from the property until the auction unless a receiver or other type of order impacting rent collections had been entered.
James G. Ahlberg's answer Talk to a lawyer, don't try this one yourself. File the appropriate landlord's notice, followed by a forcible entry and detainer suit. Make sure the landlord's notice and suit list "unknown parties in possession" if you're not sure who is in there or what their names are.
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