Complained unreasonable slamming/banging of walls and doors since Oct 2020, landlord told me to record duration and how many times, nothing done. Called police, incident report late March. Demand letter from atty sent April 8th to neighbor, a copy to landlord. Last week, neighbor tenant made... Read more »
I gave the tenant 60 days notice to move out of my property, with a move out date of May 31. The tenant countered with a move out date of May 20 and asked to prorate rent in May. Am I legally obligated to prorate the last months rent? The property is in Torrance, Los Angeles County, California.
If the rental agreement does not specifically address the situation, and the tenant has properly given the 30 days notice, then yes, the tenant may move on any day of the month, and only owes prorated rent for the last month.
That's how it works. Plaintiff's counsel dates and signed the Request for Dismissal, then it is delivered to the Clerk to be stamped. Presumably, Plaintiff's counsel has served you with the unstamped copy, and you will later be served with the stamped copy.
If it was a gift, the answer is no. When a gift is made it transfers the title to the recipient of the gift without consideration or payment. As a practical matter, if he wants to take it back, let him because it means your relationship is over.
This notice may be invalid because if this is a residence, the minimum notice is 60 days, not 30, except in special circumstances. If you were there at least one year, you may also be entitled to a move out allowance equal to 30 day's rent. You should consult with a local Tenant's...Read more »
60 days is the minimum amount of time required by law. Your LL may not have told you that you are also entitled to a move out allowance equal to 30 day's rent since you were there more than one year. If you want more time, use that to negotiate, saying you will waive it if he gives you...Read more »
The 30 day notice says pay the full months rent and the rent will be refunded according to date you vacate. I vacated the 11th but management said I must pay up to the 17th because that is my 30th day. Why should I have to pay extra because of February being a shorter month? Also it says refunds... Read more »
My boyfriend asked me and my child to move into the home that he owns 5 years ago. We share all of the bills costs, but everything is in his name. We haven’t been getting along very well and 3 nights ago while I was at work, he was arrested for his 3rd DUI. According to the sheriffs website, he... Read more »
Very, very complicated situation. You may have property rights and possibly even a right to support under a case called "Marvin v Marvin" from 1976. You are an unmarried, cohabiting person who has pooled her money with the home owner, you may have acquired an interest in his house....Read more »
Tenant move in a couple. 2 days later at another location He domestically abused her. She was granted a emergency order requiring him to vacate premises. When released from jail he went to the property and again was arrested for violating the order and evading police.
Short answer, yes. I would suppose if you used a standard Realtor form lease, having this restraining order would disqualify the restrained one from occupancy and be a violation of the lease. 3 day notice. You may not be able to evict the non-restrained person but if they cannot pay the rent you...Read more »
I lease a large warehouse to store my inventory. I operate a rental business. In February, my landlord told me that I have to move. I have always paid my rent on time and am a great tenant. They want to take over the warehouse for their own business. My lease expired and was not renewed. I have... Read more »
You do not have the right to stay on someone else's property once your lease expires and they give you legal notice to move out. You need to spend your energy looking for a place to move your goods. I know it can be a pain, I had to move out of storage after 30 years, but I took it as a good...Read more »
If you have a co-renter and you are jointly liable, you contracted yourself into a world of trouble. If you leave and he stays, you may still be liable on the rental agreement. IMO You should give the notice required under the agreement and disappear at the end of it. Don't expect too much...Read more »
If you have been served paperwork for unlawful detainer or any papers from your landlord, you should contact an attorney immediately. There are many attorneys on Justia that can help you in this area. Landlord-tenant law is a very complex and technical field. You must let the attorney know what...Read more »
If you have been served paperwork for unlawful detainer or any papers from your landlord, you should contact an attorney immediately. There are many attorneys on Justia that can help you in this area. Landlord-tenant law is a very complex and technical field. If you need further assistance, please...Read more »
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