If a lease was signed between a landlord and two tenants, and one of the tenants dies, the lease would still be valid and enforceable, unless the lease says something specific about what happens if one of the tenants dies. Residential leases typically don't have such provisions.
My husband and I owned a Mobile home in a trailer park a year ago. We rented the land; but owned the mobile home. After not being able to sell the mobile home. We turned the title with a letter of discontinued of our month to month lease. We had both a certified copy of the mobile home title signed... Read more »
Likely a formality to take possession. But you may want to contact opposing counsel to enter into a consent Judgment for possession only without money damages. You may want to retain a lawyer to ensure there is no money judgment against you.
We are being evicted 1 year after we moved out. We turned the title of our mobile and keys when we terminated our month to month. They went into the mobile home the next day. We have not heard from them until today 1 year later. They want to evict us. They have the property and have gone in and out... Read more »
What do you mean by "being evicted"; are you suggesting that they are suing you in court for possession of the premises? That doesn't make any sense if, as you suggest, you moved out a year ago. Are you sure "they" were your landlords or agents of your landlords?
You may not be able to do so. Talk to an attorney with your lease and the eviction case Number. You should have specified to the attorney exactly what you wanted- 11 months is a long time to suddenly realize there was no count for back rent.
I served a 30 day nonrenewal of my month to month tenant. I then filed eviction including lease and notice copies. Sheriff prioritizes holdover so tenant was served the next morning giving her 5 days. I don't think she's filed a response. Her 5 days were up yesterday. What do I do now? Do... Read more »
My current lease expires on Oct 31 and my rent is due tomorrow but I cannot pay it without the name and address of the new owners. My lease agreement says I must give 30 days notice to vacate or pay an additional months rent. which I obviously can't given the circumstances. I cannot afford to... Read more »
Go to your county property appraiser website and see if the new deed has been recorded. That your present landlord won't tell you to whom to send the rent is ridiculous and may be his way of cheating the new LL out of the rent. Maybe not.
We own a house since beginning of 2010 and rent it for less than 30 days period since then without any problem with our neighbours. Today the HOA ask us for ceasing it as they voted a rule in 2014 so after our purchase . Do they have the right for that ?
We’ve been living at our residence for 3 years. Our landlord is selling the house and our lease ends September 30. We’ve been trying to find a home but it’s been very hard because the rental industry right now is very low. We’ve been working endlessly to find a home to move out but we just... Read more »
She is not evicting you because you can't find a home. She is evicting you because you would be staying past the end of your lease, and she has elected to not renew it. Your issue with finding a house is not her issue, its yours. She doesn't have to give you a reason to not renew your...Read more »
A request for rental assistance was submitted a month or so ago. The status is still showing "Submitted" with no way to check for further details. Approval is expected per the qualification guidelines. The landlord has filed a civil action, and the process server has served the... Read more »
I have to guess what your question is. So here goes: you have a roommate. You paid the rent in full to the landlord, but your roommate was supposed to pay half. When you demanded his half, he told you that he wasn't paying anything. Now you want to know whether you or the Landlord can evict...Read more »
I am currently 23, living with my girlfriend(20), we are both working 40 hours a week, renting from my aunt and uncle, who also run a logging company, that are honorably managed landlords. They do have 6 other rentals that are not rented to other family members. They hire cheap local... Read more »
But according to the Residential Lease Agreement signed by both parties is says “If at any time either party desires to terminate the month-to-month tenancy, such party may do so by providing to the other party written notice of intention to terminate at least 30 days prior to the desired date of... Read more »
Pursuant to Florida precedent, there is some legal authority which dictates a landlords may only charge for excess wear and tear. In other words, he/ she may not claim the security deposit for ordinary wear and tear like paint retouch and cleaning. In addition, the landlord has to comply with the...Read more »
or vacating in any amount of time if the property sells, I was told if it sells rent will go up, utilities dropped or forced to vacate in 30 days. It is my third year renting and I've never had an issue or violation of any kind, what are my rights? Wouldn't the new owner have to honor my... Read more »
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