They called and told landlord they fired you right after you was fired ..and they did not have any arrangement with one another about letting one another know anything about employment or living arrangement..
answered on Sep 22, 2021
This kind of problem is under laws that are specific to each state, and different. This could be an invasion of your privacy or public disclosure of confidential facts. You should consult with a local employment law attorney about this.
I was purchasing the home from my landlord on contract I’m fine with losing that money it’s not worth it especially since he’s filing bankruptcy. The auction is coming up soon. I would like to know how much time I have (if any) after the auction?
My question is can my landlord add to my rent after the fact and only give me 3 days to pay more rent?
answered on May 9, 2018
If you're in St. Paul, you'll need to ask in Minnesota - because that would be governed by MN law, not IA law.
They asked her about smoking weed and got her to give them a pipe. She did not smoke in the house. But they scared her into giving information. Now they are trying to evict us saying she smoked in the house and had drugs in the house.
answered on May 8, 2018
It depends on so many other things that aren't written in your question.
I live on 2nd story of 6plex. To get to the parking lot there's a cement ramp to use but in obvious visual poor maintenance for years. Ive mentioned this while living here. Many of their other properties have bad concrete walkways/stairs. I work with special population individuals that have... Read more »
answered on Aug 31, 2017
A picture is worth a thousand words. I say that quite often but mostly in the area of premise liability cases where a defect has said to cause an injury and the injured person calls us asking if we will take their case. We need to see the condition that you believe is the defect. And then we need... Read more »
I have a dr order for the air conditioner to be turned on today and to keep it cooler in here I am oxygen dependent and have copd I have 2 other roommates at the house it is staffed by a company 24/7 the company that I am under here said that the air conditioner will not be turned on today and to... Read more »
answered on Apr 21, 2017
Depends on the law in your state regarding group homes and the agreement with whoever placed you there. I would go to the agency that placed you with them.
I have an LLC, but they insist I also need to be named a Leasee individually. The purpose of the LLC is to maintain separation from me individually, so I don't want to be on the Lease as an individual, just the LLC. Is this legal?
answered on Apr 20, 2017
Unless Iowa-specific state statutes or court decisions say otherwise, a landlord or other creditor is entitled to ask for a personal guarantee from a corporation's principals. You are also entitled to say no.
Its a trailer court the was just bought by new company says get rid of dog had for years or be evicted from the trailer court
answered on Nov 7, 2016
Do you have a lease? What does the lease say regarding pets? And, is this dog a "support animal"? If you have a letter or prescription from either your doctor or a therapist that this animal is necessary for emotional support, then I don't think they can legally make you move.
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