In Georgia, if the landlord filed a dispossesory action in court, but the sheriffs/marshals haven't come out to supervise the ejectment, the landlord cannot turn off the power, water, or gas. In fact, that is considered a wrongful eviction....Read more »
And his name is on the deed to hers as well. His cousin moved in with her about a year ago and was only suppose to stat a few months but here we are a year later. My question is, is my husband allowed to kick him out because he won't be paying for power and such and we don't want the... Read more »
I rent my home and have 4 adult children living with me and my middle son is 25 and becoming increasingly hard to deal with. Verbally aggressive and very disrespectful. I wanted to know what I can do to have him leave my home? /move out! I don’t want things to escalate to violence as I’m doing... Read more »
Considering your son is an adult and you no longer want him living in the home you can ask him to leave. If he refuses, you can take a legal route to ensure that he moves out. If he refuses to leave, consult with an attorney who can help you with your options to move forward.
The answer to your question depends on the details surrounding the incident, and without more information, it is difficult to provide you with a definitive answer. For this reason, it is best to contact an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your circumstances.
First, look at your lease. What does your lease say about sales? Some say the owner has the right to give you 30 or 60 day notice to vacate. Others are silent. If the lease is silent on a sale, the buyer takes subject to the lease. Therefore, they must comply with the lease as the new...Read more »
You may want to contact your county government office to see if there is any rent assistance available to help you avoid eviction. Many counties are offering such assistance. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558
State of ga. Landlord not notified until day of court Dispute over quit claim deed h
recorded in clerk records back in Feb 2020. Dad died may 2020. sueing estate of dad she's temp admin of for reversal of quit claim deed suit came after evict notice.can she adverse possess? How can she be removed.
There is a hold on evictions in the state at this time due to the pandemic. It was recently extended once again. You may want to read about here: https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/georgia-issues-3rd-covid-19-related-evictions-hold
I own a home in Alpharetta, GA, I believe transferring ownership from myself to an LLC I own would allow the LLC to expense mortgage payments and Repairs & Maintenance costs as a cost of maintaining the property for tenants. I also believe the LLC could capitalize costs related to capital... Read more »
Yes you technically can, but it doesn't work. You end up netting if it works out well and you have to defend it in an audit. It always ends up being net taxable when the IRS recalculates the FMV of the rental.
Once you run all the numbers it's comes out that you create tax out of...Read more »
A landlord can file a dispossessory in court. However, the courts are closed for civil matters until May 13. Therefore, a hearing on a case that is filed this month is unlikely to be heard before the end of May or the beginning of June.
However, the size of your county will have an...Read more »
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