I purchased my manufactured home on 3/9/2009 and because I purchased it brand new my community had a lifetime promotion they wrote in my purchase contract that I will receive $100 off rent for lifetime. I cannot find my purchase contract paperwork so I went to the office and the manager stated... Read more »
Your landlord's obligation to the city has nothing to do with you. You can be evicted. Can they collect back rent while in code violation? A local attorney familiar with your location would need to advise you on that.
You need more than slurs to successfully file a law suit. That's not to say she hasn't committed a crime; that's somethig for police and prosecutors to figure out. Other than being a rude and belligerent person, how has she discriminated against you? Is she evicting you?
We've been divorced for 14 years. Living separately. He had been living in a room above a store for a few years. I met someone and wanted to move out of my house to be with this person. Not necessarily forever, but to give it a try. I had cats at my house and needed to let them remain... Read more »
Your ex is a tenant. Unless there is a written lease, his tenancy is at will. Doesn't really matter what your agreement was. You will likely have to evict him. To start, you will need to serve him with a 30 day notice to quit. Could he come back at you under some other legal theory? Perhaps....Read more »
I received a lease in April with someone else name on it I talked to the manager once instead of helping me she tried to argue I was this person on the lease I told her they took my i.d last year and gave me a lease in my name and she ended the conversation and told me she would call me back but... Read more »
My landlords house is not even a listed legal rental in Manistee County, MI. She charged us late fees during the covid-19 pandemic. My family and I suffered from. CO2 OF 14.8 on January 3rd, 2021. We had to call city police, fire department and get a heating and cooling professional in here.... Read more »
If your lease is up, it sounds like the landlord may have a right to evict you under a 30-day notice to quit. It doesn't sound like she's evicting you due to lack of rent, which arguably could be challenged as retaliatory.
There is no lease agreement. She had no credit so I put her name on loan so she could establish credit. She's messing up my credit by not paying on time. I want the trailer back so I can sell it to save my credit.Whats the best route to go to get her out
Whose name is on the title? That's what matters. If the mobile home's title is in your daughter's name, then there isn't much you can do. If title is in your name, then perhaps you can evict her and sell it.
I have a roommate that did not pay for the month yet. She doesnt answer my messages and have not been back in 30 days . I notified her on the 10th she needs to leave and "evicted" nothing from the courts though. We made our own agreement and it technically ended last month but she was... Read more »
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 »
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