My mom signed a form and there is a statement on the form regarding refund policy. You would not get a refund for the month you are in if the tenant died (or was taken out). She died on 9/7/21 of Covid she contracted in the home. Technically, it is not a refund because we did not pay as of yet.... Read more »
I live in an apartment complex in Michigan. They have struck a deal with our local cable provider saying they if you live here you have to agree when you sign the lease to a separate charge to have cable and internet at a pre-defined rate (not able to exclude cable or internet it has to be a... Read more »
This is quite common, actually. Your landlord agreed for that cable company to be the exclusive provider of internet and TV service for that complex. In exchange, the cable company offers a package. Tenants have the option to either accept, or go without. Is it fair? That's debatable; but it...Read more »
Not sooner than 30 days (notice before the end of the pay period), unless certain rules apply. And there might be some reasons you cannot evict them with 30 days notice before the end of the pay period.
You'll probably need to contact an attorney, run a conflict check to make sure they don't represent the landlord first. With out more information it's not possible for me to say definitively one way or the other.
according to yelp reviews he overcharges for repairs and takes all your deposit upwards of 3000 dollars to repair things like 1 or 2 small holes and carpets cleaned.... its due to small Nosie complaints that happened because i have trouble with noise due to my autisim.
The people above me had some pipes busted in there apartment which ran dow to my apartment and the apartment below me. My landlord bought a condo from a condo community, she did not contact her insurance until 5 days later all of my things was destroyed, I did not have insurance my landlord told me... Read more »
What is your question? Your landlord may be right: generally, landlords are not responsible for tenants' personal belongings. Their insurance usually only covers the physical buildings. That is why it is so important for renters to get renter's insurance. For a small monthly fee, a call...Read more »
I moved out from the trailer my mom and I were leasing because she was being mentally abusive towards me. She tried to get me fired from my job, I couldn’t use toilet paper, towels after a shower, laundry soap, she put a lock box on our thermostat, these are all things that led up to me moving... Read more »
Are you over 18? Is both you and your mom on the lease? Is the actual owner of the trailer evicting you or is it your mom? Ultimately, it's likely to be just about the money owed as far as the court is concerned. If you are over 18, your mom has no obligation to provide you shelter; you are...Read more »
She yelled at me i have autisim and a bit confused i didnt even know she was in there i was looking that way because my dog was over there. Im very confused and scared. I dont fully understand what i did. Oh btw the side of the house is shared between us and her. My sister got upset and called the... Read more »
Are you still residing there? What does he want? If you are still residing there, perhaps it would be best for you to give him another check. I think it would be fair if the check is for an amount minus the fee your bank may charge you to stop payment on the previous check. You don't want him...Read more »
If the court gave you till the 22nd, I would try to be gone that day. The next day, the landlord can ask for a writ of eviction, which could be served on you that next day. It's better to leave somewhat on your time frame instead of having someone show up the next day telling you you have 30...Read more »
Generally not. Most lease provisions will prohibit using security deposits for the last month's rent. Security deposits are used to offset any damages or other fees owed to the landlord upon the expiration of the lease. However, if you and your landlord agree otherwise, then you should do so.
My lease is up today. I can move until Saturday due to the storage facility flooding due to heavy rain. My landlords new tenant showed up last night stating that she had keys and was moving in on the first regardless if I’m still there or not.
The property may have a prohibition on signs. And unless there is some other general restriction on smoking outdoors, I don't see how the manager can enforce anything. The employees certainly shouldn't be throwing their butts in your yard however; the manager can and should do something about that.
No. But have you tried filing for a debtor's exam with the court? If debtor doesn't show up, you can ask the court for a bench warrant. If they do show up, they must produce information regarding their assets under oath.
Can my former landlord (Who is taking my business, Adorn Kids, to court right now) retain legal services from the same lawyer who represented my husband in court during his divorce proceedings not long ago? My husband is a 50% stakeholder at Adorn kids. In addition to this, My husband and I had... Read more »
You may have a point here, but it sounds like it is an issue the judge may need to weigh in on through a motion you file. If you have not already, you need to seek advice from an attorney familiar with civil procedure and rules of professional conduct.
I recieve services through macomb county mi hud housing. In mid april, my landlord gave me a 30 day notice. He was expecting me to be moved by mid may, however, since hud had paid through the end of may, he said i could stay till may 31st. On may 20th my landlord and i signed a mutual... Read more »
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