We have lived in our current home for 6 years, recently an acre of our property has been leased out to another party for their horse. We didn't find out intil there were already fence posts in, when asked, the people putting up the fence said that our landlady was leasing the property to them... Read more »
My daughter has moved most her belongings into the house and now she’s been told that the landlord daughter is moving in not my daughter .They had a verbal agreement and were supposed to finalize and sign contract next week.We have cleaned the house inside to get ready and was told it was ok to... Read more »
Unfortunately, since there is no signed contract, the verbal agreement is not enforceable. Try to work out something with the landlord to get a few more days time in exchange for the time and labor expended cleaning up the house.
Told roommate I was moving out in 10 days, because of the hostile living conditions created by himself and one other roommate. I refused to stay there in those 10 days following because of how intimidating, negative, and all around abusive behavior directed towards me. I am sure it was all for the... Read more »
I identified the leak on 23 Jan, 24 jan woke up to no water for the first half of the AM. Contacted the property manager (PM) 25Jan and water dept. Water dept confirmed a leak. 25Jan let PM know there is a leak an my water pressure is very low . They schedule a plumber for 28Jan. They send someone... Read more »
Insurance is a choice unless the land is mortgaged and then it is normally contractually required. As to who may be responsible, this sounds like you do not have a formal lease in place. I highly recommend having the church sign a formal lease and specifying in that lease the parties'...Read more »
He was wanting to purchase the property and at one time I had considered it but have changed my mind it is the only thing I own. He is aggressive and says we had a verbal agreement. Is that a binding agreement I never gave him exact amount or had it appraised.
I would have to speak with you about what the verbal agreement may have been, but if you want to evict go down to the local magistrate's office and file an eviction. Speak to a local lawyer to get a better answer about the verbal agreement and eviction options.
A North Carolina attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for a week. The most straightforward way is to simply ask your attorney. When I file suit, I give clients a copy of the summons and complaint for their records. Depending on the court system involved, it's possible...Read more »
It depends on your lease, but it definitely sounds like your landlord may be violating your right to quiet enjoyment. Go see a local lawyer and have them review the paperwork and give you their opinion of your options.
My family moved to North Carolina from West Coast. We signed a lease after looking at photos and description on Zi****.com but when we arrived almost every wall inside the house was spot painted. Landlord offered to repaint the house which we really appreciated but our family would had to stay in a... Read more »
Without reading your lease and the communication prior to the signing of the lease I cant give an opinion on your options. Take all of the related documents to a local lawyer and they can give you your options.
It's a huge home that's not had any interest from potential buyers the entire decade I've been squatting there... although the powers always on and I've only had one encounter with the real estate agent that is employed by a company... I live in a little town where mansions are... Read more »
verbal agreement with our cousin over five-plus years ago to live in the (questionable habitable) house rent-free. We are not interested in being landlords and very concerned about the habitability of the property. We would like assistance with the rights of both parties.
Under your scenario, provided that you are now the owners of the property you have the right to revoke your cousin's ability to live there. There is likely a very minimal landlord-tenant relationship, so I would give at least a 7-day notice and hope that your cousin agrees to moe out otherwise...Read more »
The abandoned office is in Charlotte NC and was their only NC office. There is nobody here to receive the summons. Their HQ is in GA, where we know the summons will be received. I tried to file but the small claims clerk led me to believe that serving the HQ in GA would be problematic and out of... Read more »
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