I appeared in the Kettering Municipal Court this past tuesday Oct 27th. for an eviction hearing against me. The judge would not listen to anything i had to say and enforced the eviction. i was given until Noveber 3rd to vacate. yesterday when i was filing out applications for a new apartment i... Read more »
A landlord can terminate any month to month tenant by giving 30 days notice. If the landlord gave you that notice, then the eviction could have been proper. You must retain a lawyer to check. But even if you could get this eviction changed, the landlord could immediately give you the notice and...Read more »
Some courts allow a tenant to evict an occupant, other courts require the landlord to evict. Check with your local court or use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to advise you. Court personnel might not answer questions or give correct answers.
It depends on what your lease says about having other occupants stay in your premises. If she tries to evict you, then use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local real estate attorney who handles eviction matters to review the situation and advise you. Note that an eviction is a permanent public...Read more »
After renewing her lease, my mom fell and was hospitalized and spent 4 months in rehabilitation therapy and is now in assisted living facility. Moved her stuff out and notified property manager of the situation via email and offered to work with them on scheduling and key return while moving her... Read more »
No, that does not give an option to break the lease. Tenant is responsible for the rent for the full term of the lease until its expiration. If rent is not paid, landlord can sue for the rent, minus any rent landlord collects from a new tenant.
You can try to work out a settlement with the plaintiff to make payment and get a dismissal. But get it in writing in a settlement agreement signed by plaintiff. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney.
There is no time limit. If you don't let him get his things, he could file a police report against you for keeping it, and you could be charged. Or he could sue you. You could claim he abandoned it, and the court would then decide.
Will a simple statement (without a list of transactions) work? Or do they need the original agreement and list of transactions? This is for an unpaid credit card debt that was charged off and sold to Midland Credit. (Assume you're trying to fight it without filing bankruptcy please.)
We called the cops and they said that since they have mail coming in we need to give them a 30 day eviction notice. They are not in the lease, they pay nothing no bills, we are struggling on paying our bills because they consume a lot. We help them find a job and they don’t clean. We didn’t... Read more »
As the police said, only a court-ordered eviction can get them out. Some courts allow a tenant to file an eviction to remove unwanted occupants. But other courts require the landlord to file the eviction. Call your local court to find out if you or your landlord must file the eviction, starting...Read more »
Hi there, I'm not sure what you're damages would look like without further information and evaluation. Feel free to use the Find A Lawyer button to discuss your options with a qualified civil attorney who can look at your employment contract.
they were saving up for an apartment together before they broke up this week. she wants to take it all but $200 of the $. but he bought her an iphone for $300-$400 she doesn't want to pay him back for it out of her share. she has threaten to bring the cops so they can make him give her all the... Read more »
The plaintiffs documents are false and I do not really want to use them but I don’t want add those to my answer. I haven’t referred to them at all in my answer but I want to add an original will, do I add it to my own as exhibit a or do I add it onto the plaintiffs as exhibit E?
In Ohio. I just received a wage garnishment from the court (which I was unaware of since it was back in 2017). Can I still try to make a payment with the creditor or will I have to go to court for my hearing to ask? The creditor was Attorney general. I don't have the money to pay this... Read more »
I'm actually contacting you for my elderly Aunt. She has a neighbor that lives across the street who is a bad drunk/drug user who is always yelling and harassing her. She has called the police several times, but they have done nothing. I understand she might have to sue in civil court. Is... Read more »
Hi there, this is an attorney question-answer service. An attorney would need to know more about your aunt's situation and what the neighbor is doing. Please feel free to give a call to one of the attorneys listed here.
The other driver was found at fault by his insurance company, his insurance company paid for the damages to my car, but now he is trying to sue me because my insurance company refused to pay for his damages due to it being his fault
Drove 180 after talking with her about getting the dog she advertised for free then couple days later she demanding it back and gave me everything of the dog papers, toys, pool, leashes food. Trying to take me to court because she now wants it back. How is this legal to try taking dog back after... Read more »
Anybody can sue anyone for anything, including return of an animal, which is considered personal property. But to win in court, she would have to prove some breach of contract by you. If she files a lawsuit, you can go to the court hearing and explain your case. Or use the Find a Lawyer tab to...Read more »
Unless the original signed lease specified otherwise, then when it expired, you became a month to month tenant, and either tenant or landlord can terminate that occupancy at the end of any month by giving 30 days written notice. Tenant is responsible to pay for any damages to the premises beyond...Read more »
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