There isn't enough information here to answer your question. The Oklahoma Bar Association's website has some free legal resources for tenants that can be found here: https://www.okbar.org/freelegalinfo/tenant/
Less 24 hours without any notice or time landlord stole anything of value then destroyed the rest with paint and chemicals when I asked why he would do that he said cause you owe me rent can he do this I have picture to show he destroyed everything he didn't take
Yes - as the owner of the property you can sell or rent out the house without a license. I would recommend that you contact an attorney to assist you in drafting your rental agreements as there are specific items that you will want to include, and some items you may want to specifically exclude in...Read more »
I noticed that this posted from Wichita, KS - however posted in the Oklahoma area. If this is in fact an Oklahoma issue, then yes you can be 'evicted' from your home. However, this is a formal process that has to go through proper channels.
I’m buying a home for cash the seller informed me their friend living there is giving them trouble about moving out, if the sale finishes and the closing date comes, how do I get the tenant out? They have no formal lease
One who has a small claims judgment has the same post-judgment remedies as any other judgment creditor. You may execute on on the debtor’s property, you may have a garnishment issued against the defendant’s assets or wages, you may have an asset hearing. You could also file a lien against...Read more »
He refused to give me my mail so I had a cop go to his house to get it for me. My mail had been opened and he lied and told the cop his teenage son opened it. I have texts from his son stating he didn’t open it and he wasn’t even aware that I had gotten mail there
The same day I gave notice that I was resigning from my position my ex-boss called my landlord to complain. He sent me a text shortly after threatening to evict if I fall behind on rent since I had, "left the job for no reason." I left to accept a job with higher pay. I didn't reply... Read more »
The storage facility does not have a lock on it and the gate I open 24/7 the unit has a big overhead door and it was halfway open. The lock was not on the door or present. Would it be against the law for someone to enter it and take items,?
I have been with no air all summer, do have window units but its now winter and I have 2 dogs that stays inside. there is no heat provided at all. The air ducts and installation is still not installed and its been like that since May 2019. At time of the lease signing everything was working.
You must contact the landlord in writing notifying him/her of the problem.Title 41 section 121 of the Oklahoma statutes can be read by you but says the following. C. Except as otherwise provided in this act, if, contrary to the rental agreement or Section 18 of this act, the landlord willfully or...Read more »
House deeded to me after tentants deceased and their son was living with them with no contract or rental agreements made. I have asked the son to leave several times and he won't. All utilities shut off and he is planning on moving another tentant into home! I am new to all of this and just... Read more »
Probably yes, but it depends on your lease. The landlord has to keep the apartment in a habitable condition, and not having air conditioning probably renders the apartment uninhabitable in the summertime in Oklahoma. That does not necessarily mean you can break your lease, but the landlord is...Read more »
I am only on month to month and pay rent every 2 weeks only owe for 2 weeks rent and went to get rest my belongings and he has changed lock and my belonging s are still inside. Havecbeen given no written notice or anything he just up and basically stole my things
She has been here two weeks longer and we asked her to leave. She refuses. We have given her a deadline several times but she keeps asking for "two more days" We finally said no yet she refuses saying only one more day....then only two more days. She has a key to our house and even... Read more »
Change the locks and when she leaves for the day, don't let her back in. Otherwise, other than physically throwing her out which is not proper, you would have to file a small claims action against her to have her removed lawfully.
my daughter moved out a month early (agreed upon with landlord). she had a verbal agreement with roommates to share utilities. the former roommates were notified of their share of the utilities for the last month they all lived together but are not responding. can my daughter sue in small claims... Read more »
Yes. The best evidence of that oral agreement would be where they each shared the utilities the previous months that they lived together.If she can prove those utility payments were shared jointly then her testimony of an oral agreement would have more persuasive affect before the Court in case her...Read more »
You can file an action called an entry and detainer immediately after the tenant breaches the rental agreement for failing to pay the rent on the due date. You do not have to give written notice if the tenant is delinquent on their rent.
I live in a Section 8 apartment complex and my landlord gave me a lease violation for my downstairs neighbor attacking myself and my service animal. She tried to smash her head with an ashtray and physically assaulted me then sprayed me and my dog in the face with ammonia. I was almost to the top... Read more »
The answer is that you can be written up for just about any reason but the main issue is does the reason for the write up violate any provisions of Section 8 or not. Being the victim of a crime is not a legal reason for being evicted.
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