The person on the isr program was to specifically get permission to have people he knows come over. He has continuously had people coming over when I'm gone at night working and my dog apparently bit one of these people. My dog has never but anyone before. I want him out of my house Bec I... View More
You don't indicate in your question what your relationship is to this individual. The legal issues surrounding asking them to leave - such as an eviction - are going to be different than the question of whether they are violating their supervised release conditions. I would advise you to...View More
You pose an interesting question. Interference with use and enjoyment of a commercial property differs from a residential property. As an initial note, the covenant of quiet enjoyment is based on possession and not nuisances (no matter how bad.) It is, in effect, an eviction. In a residential...View More
We had a house fire on 1-1-22 in Aitkin, MN. We were renting and I had renters insurance and I was told by my claims adjuster I had 2 years to get them my non salvageable list. Was going to send and my claim has been closed since July 2022. Just wondering how long a claim is open for
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry about the fire. In terms of Minnesota statutes of limitations to file suit, only a local attorney can advise you there. But as a general premise of insurance practices nationwide, claims can...View More
A Minnesota attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. Under textbook contract law, a signed contract is a done deal, subject to exceptions. But since your contract is a lease, a landlord-tenant attorney should advise. Good luck
It would be a standing garden bed in the front yard. Since you could move it, would it be against the law to have in the yard of a rental house? There is nothing in the lease about having a garden, just the generic no alterations or damages can be made to the property.
I don't believe having a standing garden bed with four legs counts as an alteration to the rental property. The Eiffel Tower also has four legs and would count as an alteration to the rental property. The legal term that is the most applicable is "fixture." Why don't you just ask?
Minnesota is one party consent state. So a person in a resident's meeting with management can likely "record the meeting without the resident's permission." I am not going stick my neck out and offer an absolute "yes" or "no." I would never advise a client to do this.
Generally, landlords are required to provide notice to the tenant before initiating eviction proceedings. The notice period and the reasons for eviction may vary depending on the circumstances, such as the type of tenancy and the terms of the rental agreement.
I signed a lease in April for starting in September. However, I got an email last Friday that my job was going to be move to remote for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19. I emailed them on July 29th with my two-months notice saying that I will not be moving in, however, they are stating that... View More
It would be smart to contact someone experienced in landlord tenant law to get a clear answer on your particular situation. They would need to take a look at your lease. I do not practice in this area but know several who do.
I have someone who lives above my garage. I gave him thirty days notice to vacate. I'm tired of his drunken behavior. He has not even packed. He is waiting to see what I do. I want to file an unlawful Detainer. I want him out.
As a criminal defense lawyer, I don't know which, if any, such law exists. Perhaps it does. When someone claims a law, unless it's a criminal law I generally ask them for the Statute citation number. Then we can read it online. If the problem relates to disposition of the personal...View More
There are very specific laws regarding personal property of a tenant, how to handle it, etc. It is not necessarily a simple answer capable of being answered on a message board. You might consider meeting with an attorney to discuss this process in detail to ensure you do things the correct way.
Showings...do I have to allow it? I'm new to this state and the last state we lived in didn't require we allow the landlord to show the property. I have no problem with it, but not now while I'm in the middle of spring break, family visits and kids activities. I don't want the... View More
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