She did not notarize it, I'm on a fixed income my check has not came in yet it don't come in till the 3rd of every month so I have no money and now I'm homeless I'm going to lose everything in my apartment because I kind of afford to get a storage unit, is this legal can she... Read more »
I have no idea what you are referring to, but eviction complaints or notices do not need to be notarized. 3 day notices do not need to be served by the police, and neither do eviction complaints. If you need legal help, there's probably a legal aid clinic in your county.
My landlord gave me a notice to move on February 12th and wants me out by February 28th. The month of February was paid before the notice and if i dont move he will take 250 dollars ans keep it for march rent. If im not out by the 15th of march he will take another 250 dollars he owes me and keep... Read more »
to stay in 2020-2021 school yr for same cost. Covid then hit. The apts had a lot of students to become ill. Student advised apts was leaving in May to avoid becoming ill since campus was shut down. Feb 2021 recd ltr from apts stating owed from Sept through present. Does student have to pay after... Read more »
It depends upon the notice provisions in the original lease (rental agreement), specifically how long of a notice of non-renewal the student/tenant must give. And, of course, this is assuming that the January/February and May notices by the tenant were in writing.
A complaint for eviction is to establish the landlord's legal right to possess the rented space. An action for eviction is not a suit for back rent. I have no idea what your real question is. Perhaps you can rephrase it, add some relevant facts, and try again.
I rent a single home in Florida and the owner's realtor is having showings and I feel it's a safety risk to my health having 60 people coming to the house. I have a compromised health issue and I fear getting sick and in 1 day the realtor allowed 60 people to walk around the house. Is... Read more »
While I can see why you are concerned, as far as I have heard or read about, none of the provisions in the federal government's PPP or stimulus legislation provides tenants any protection from this unique situation. However, since it appears that your landlord is trying hard to sell the house...Read more »
i have a very hostile roommate and we have been having a lot of issues.. from her ripping my outdoor cameras out of the walls- breaking into my room- letting my pets escape - calling the police on me and my wife with fake claims ( no charges ever pressed ) but whats really putting me over the edge... Read more »
I live with a ex boyfriend that’s letting me stay here till I’m able to get my own place.. But he brings up past and keeps busting in my room and won’t leave me alone and keeps telling me to leave and I’ve been here almost a month.. There’s no written agreement I told him to file a... Read more »
Unless he has hit you, or threatened you with physical violence, the police won't be able to do much for you. It's not a crime to yell at someone. If you want him to stop, you probably need to demonstrate to him that you are moving with lightening speed to find a place of your own.
Here's the text of section 83.757, Florida Statutes:
(1) A rental agreement with a specific duration may contain a provision requiring the tenant to notify the landlord within a specified period before vacating the premises at the end of the rental agreement, if such provision requires...Read more »
The property I have been living paying my rent for 8 yrs. and they want me out by Jan.31,2021 I was gave the letter back in June of 2020 but it been so hard to find a place do to the pandemic is they breaking the law somewhere cause no one haven’t came and seen the home to buy anything
The property may be tied up in probate or the personal representative of the estate may be waiting for you to vacate to fix the property up to sell, but that does not mean you cannot be evicted once the lease expires. If an eviction action is filed against you, you will have a trouble finding any...Read more »
I doubt you received an eviction notice. It sounds like a notice that your lease is terminated effective Feb 28. You can do one of two things - retain a lawyer and pay him or her to review your lease and the termination notice or you can start looking for a place to move and getting your affairs in...Read more »
Maybe. In fact, probably. The requirements to meet the CDC moratorium are not easy to meet. But without knowing all the facts, it's impossible to answer. You'd have to consult with an attorney with your lease, payment history, etc., to get a definitive answer.
I live in an older apartment so the floors are not the sturdiest. My downstairs neighbor complained about me stomping but I know that I am not stopping it’s just that the floors are very loud. I can even hear myself walk. She’s even complained about a baby walking. My apartment days they can... Read more »
Though you have a few typos, I understand that your landlord says it will terminate your lease early due to the neighbor's noise complaints, but the noise is not your fault. The answer is that the landlord would not be legally in the right to terminate early, but you have the potential...Read more »
the hoa sent a warning to the property manager/landlord about a broken blind, they did not give me the warning stating they do not have to, however when the hoa followed up for compliance they seen that it was still broken and issued a fine, which was passed to me.
Don't pay the fine. It's up to your landlord to pay it. If your landlord wants to be reimbursed by you, the landlord will have to be able to demonstrate that you were given notice and that your lease requires you to pay it.
Hired three technicians and they all stated attic is well insulated and that hvac and ac unit are clean and functioning properly. All technicians concluded that setting the thermostat to 72 upstairs and 67 downstairs created excessive condensation that led to mold.
Unless the property manager is also an attorney, he or she cannot represent you in court. You may, of course, be able to require them to find a Florida attorney for you and to appear in court to testify. That would depend on the terms of their contract.
SInce the house is located in New York, you should probably ask the question in the New York section of the forum to make certain that no New York law prohibits you transferring title. I can't imagine that there is - leases dont encumber titles.
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