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...Read 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... Read more »
3 of my roommates lack discipline and manners and they talk with loud voice even they are sitting 2 feet from each other which I don't understand. They sound to me like bunch of villagers where they talk loud, laugh in the middle of the night ignoring other people are trying to sleep.
I mailed in 2 months notice to vacate but landlord says they did not receive it. I believe it's due to wrong address. Once issue was brought to my attention, I mailed in a copy of the notice 15 days before lease ends. They are saying that I must go month to month for a month
My lease states under the second paragraph term the initial term of the agreement is that the property is leased on a month-to-month basis starting on September 1st 15 and ending September 1st 16 my understanding is that a periodic lease or a month to month does not include a specified end date... Read more »
It sounds like you have a year lease and you make monthly payments. Month-to-month means you or the landlord can terminate the lease with a month notice, but if you have a contractual right to the property for a year, then it doesn't sound like you have a month-to-month lease. The outcome...Read more »
Without knowing more information, it is likely that you are bound to the terms set forth by the trailer court. There may be an exception if you owned the dog (and lived in the trailer court) prior to the time the trailer court imposed the no dogs rule.
There lawyer stated if I go forward with escrow he will make me lose everything. my sec8 etc..I have brain injury can't get help in our system. 6 years of health issues they will not fix problem in my unit ! Doctor statements have stated to fix issue also. Can't move no money , but issue... Read more »
We rent a lot a mobile home we don't own sits on. The owner is deceased. We don't live there anymore. Do we have the right to "walk away" or what rights do we have? My fiance' is the next of kin to the deceased, but hasn't filed for executorship as of yet.... Read more »
In the lease agreement it says under pets ' I may not keep any animals of any kind without the written consent of management.' I emailed my landlord asking to have a pet and she tells me her pet policy and that it'll be a $200 damage deposit. But her 'pet policy ' was... Read more »
You need written consent -- but you won't get written consent without paying the $200. If you have a pet without written consent, that would be considered violating the terms of your lease and could be grounds for eviction.
Before signing asked landlord about dogs. He said we could have dogs. That is the "only" reason we signed the lease at all. Now we are 6 months into the lease and about to pick up the dog from the breeder 2 months. We let the landlord know so that we could pay the pet deposit. But now he... Read more »
He needs to make a good faith effort to give reasonable notice of his intent to enter.
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