Do I have a right to request termination of lease, before my move in date, if no one is responding to these concerns? I found pests(bedbugs) of what I believe to be an infestation as I was cleaning the unit. I have proof and I’ve contacted the agent and the Property Manager and sent them... Read more »
However when I signed the new lease last July, they forced him to sign the lease because it was not enough notice. Now they are saying that I cannot leave this lease when it ends in July because he isn't giving notice. Can my landlord charge me month to month and hold me to the lease?
Contact the district court in the county you live, but the filing fee is around $55 for possession without money damages, and more for money damages. Service of process fees might be around $40. Michigan has a landlord tenant handbook that is very helpful for landlords and tenants. This link might...Read more »
3 months, month to month and a year lease after the 3 months were completed. However he showed up 2 weeks( after we paid him $3000 and paid a another $700 out of pocket ) After we been in on 12-15-2020 and said we had to go. We have still paid him rent Jan, Feb, and March. We are looking very... Read more »
The tenants abandoned the property they were paid one month ahead a demand full payment on April 1st when they were served with a notice to quit the property Can the rental money and security deposit be used to repair and replace things a stall
A landlord does not have a right to the security deposit until the tenant releases or loses the right to it, and usually occurs following the procedures set out in-part in the Landlord Tenant Relationship Act. It doesn't read to me that the landlord here has acquired the right to the security...Read more »
Probably. Month-to-month leases, are generally considered a periodic tenancy, those that continue for successive fractions until terminated by proper notice by either party. The beginning date is certain, but the termination date is uncertain--that is--until notice is given. Termination of the...Read more »
This depends on how the occupancy arrangements are defined. GENERALLY speaking the life tenant is responsible for the current expenses like utilities, taxes and insurance but PRINCIPAL improvements are not required. A new roof could be seen as increasing the value rather than merely maintaining it...Read more »
There are certain procedures a landlord and tenant must follow to shift who takes the next step in a several step ladder to acquire the security deposit. You might take a look at the Landlord Tenant Handbook from the State of Michigan, you might be able to...Read more »
Provided you are not in breach of the lease, missed a notice to quit, missed an eviction notice, missed eviction hearing, and any subsequent trial, it sounds like your landlord might be taking steps known as "self-help" and, subject to some really rare situations, unlawful....Read more »
Depends on the lease and rights conferred to you therein, but it is likely the landlord has a right to sell the property without telling you. The landlords will have to take steps to transfer your security deposit, and tell you where to send the new rent checks, however beyond that a real property...Read more »
This will all depend on the terms of lease, the flexibility of the landlord, and flexibility of your employer. You might be a assignee or under a sublease. With more information you could even be considered the tenant.
If I sign the Repair/Replacement/Maintenance Costs agreement it is saying I agree and understand the charges that will be assessed if not on the inventory checklist. As a tenant I have no way of knowing how long these blinds have been up, just because the blinds were intact when I moved in... Read more »
Generally, a landlord may not asses a charge against the tenant's security deposit for normal wear and tear. Normal wear and tear might include window coverings that degrade. The timing and facts are very specific when it comes to moving out with a security deposit and assessed fees against...Read more »
A little more information is necessary. But, if (1) your landlord provided the notice to quit, for whatever reason, and (2) waited the requisite number of days, and (3) then filed suit against you for eviction, but then (4) voluntarily dismissed the case against you. Then it sounds to me as if,...Read more »
If you own a mobile home and rent a lot in a mobile home park you are not in a traditional landlord/tenant relationship, rather you are a mobile home park tenant and special rules apply to you. Some of the special rules provide for circumstances permitting eviction such as "just cause"....Read more »
I pay for my own Internet. Cable and jack were present when I moved in. Landlord is forcing residents to use landlord-chosen ISP. New service will quadruple my bill. I asked landlord HOW my Internet service would be “discontinued” - and I was told that the cable will be cut outside my... Read more »
I believe your landlord can do so. You may be in what's called a "multi-dwelling unit", and ISPs and cable companies can compete for exclusive service to those. Once service is secured, they become the exclusive provider of services to that dwelling.
She has everything including my receipt book for rent payments, lease, all my clothes, TV, Microwave, jewelry, bedding, and misc other things. She wanted rent in cash so I bought a receipt book for receipts. She didn't want to due to trying to keep the income secret. He Son was threatening to... Read more »
You need to contact an attorney in your area quickly. If you cannot afford one, this is a situation your local legal aid office may provide assistance for. This doesn't sound right, and smacks of an illegal eviction.
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