In your situation, it appears there may have been a procedural oversight. When you raise an objection in a bankruptcy proceeding, you are entitled to a response or a hearing on that objection. If no one has responded to your objection and the court has not scheduled a hearing, it could potentially...View More
I lived in a place that we found out had toxic black mold and me and my family have been medically harmed by this. I asked the landlord to fix the issues and they refused, I complained to the health department and Fire Marshall and both told them they had to fix it due to serious health conditions... View More
An Ohio attorney could advise best, but you await a response for two weeks. You may already be in touch with an Ohio attorney with the eviction. Consult with a local personal injury attorney about the best manner for handing the element of injury. Although the place of occurrence of an injury or...View More
Hello, I have this roommate (His name not in lease) supposing to rent a room in my apartment. However he isn't paying rent me for a while. I'm about to start an eviction process but I was wondering if it was legal for me to remove is belonging from the bedroom? I'm not trying to... View More
In Ohio, you generally can't unilaterally remove a roommate's belongings from their living space without following the proper eviction process, even if their name is not on the lease. Doing so could be considered an illegal eviction or "self-help eviction," which is not allowed...View More
If your Ohio landlord removed washers and dryers from your rental property without notice and has been unresponsive to your attempts to communicate, you have several potential courses of action. Begin by carefully reviewing your lease agreement to ascertain whether the appliances are explicitly...View More
I have lived at my current rental property since June of 2020. We communicate with landlord via text. We have only seen him twice. Once when we viewed property. And another when we had a leak. He makes us do everything for maint. and he takes off of our rent. This year when we told our landlord we... View More
Typically, your agreement with the Seller should specify how much you should receive and when. Since it is only a duplex--as opposed to a large apartment complex--it is not uncommon for the amount of the security deposit to just be mathematically eliminated at the time of closing. For example, if...View More
My niece recently had a baby with her boyfriend. He’s lived with her for a little over one year now, but has become increasingly abusive. She wants him to move out. She lived there before they met, his name is not on the lease, there are no bills in his name. The only mail delivered there with... View More
In Ohio, running a business training and boarding dogs may require permits or licenses, depending on local regulations and zoning laws. It's essential for your neighbor to check with the city or county authorities to determine the specific requirements for operating a dog training and boarding...View More
I have my dad staying in my house (me and my husband own the house) and my dad doesn’t pay rent or bills and I want him to move out but he has mail that is coming to my house without my permission. Can I still make him leave ?
He is considered a tenant. You will have to file an eviction against him, and that process will take several weeks. Since it is likely to cause tension in the home, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney who handles evictions so the process is done properly. Otherwise, if not done...View More
I am a student in college as The defendant in an evictions case that has lasted 3 years. The plaintiff was granted a writ of possession 90 days ago. can they recharge me for non payment of rent When an amount was never Discussed, agreed upon, or even acknowledged, with lack of a lease..?
Evictions proceed in two phases. The first phase is about possession of the property. The second phase is about money owing. The reason to split it up like that is simple: when you start an eviction proceeding you do not know how much money the tenant owes. Perhaps the house is fine, and it is just...View More
The water hot water has been out since a week before Easter. They keep giving us the runaround. Our kids have not been able to take a bath we have a newborn we can’t warm up her bottles except in the microwave. We really need hot water. We’re spending money going to a hotel so the kids can... View More
Ohio Revised Code Section 5321.07 states that you should give written notice to your landlord at the place you normally pay rent. Given the severity of the issue you should ask that the matter be resolved in 7 to 10 days. If the landlord refuses to fix the condition, and you are current with your...View More
LLC bought duplex , raises rent 200 then, when I ask for new lease I got a text that said, to difficult to fix issues while you live there so , 2 months notice to leave so the can fix apartment for the LLC son to move in? they have already moved their nephew in upstairs. I do not want to move. They... View More
It makes no difference if landlord is an LLC. If you do not have a written lease for a specified lease term, then landlord can terminate your tenancy by giving 30 days written notice. Landlord is giving you 2 months. If you don't leave, then landlord can file an eviction, which is a...View More
It is my intention to move within the next 6 months but my lease renews for a year on the 1st of May. Can I advise landlord in writing that I do not wish to renew a year lease and would prefer to move to a month-to-month basis while I am looking for a new residence. It is possible that I may move... View More
You can ask, but the landlord does not have to agree to month to month. If it renews automatically for another year, then you might not be able to break it if you have to move. You might ask landlord to include an early termination in which you would pay some extra amount to terminate, but...View More
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like a difficult and unjust experience. To answer your question, it may be possible to appeal a judge's decision and seek compensation for losses, but it would depend on the specific circumstances of your case and the applicable laws in...View More
Is she allowed to do that when my lease clearly states “this is a utility y by the landlord”. My lease isn’t up until 4/30/23. Shes saying that there is new management and that she gave us a 30 day notice so we have to pay. Is this correct? I thought my lease was a binding agreement that... View More
Some property managers act improperly. They sometimes demand that tenants make a payment not required by the lease. If you don't pay it, she could file to evict you. You could then take your lease to court, and if your lease does not require you to pay it, the judge could dismiss the...View More
If you do not have a written lease, then he can evict you. An eviction is a permanent public court record that can make it difficult to rent from a landlord who checks the records, and most do. So avoid having an eviction filed.
The other tennant is new and has a lease until July of 2023. If the new owner wants to live in one half are we the one's that will be forced out? Our 13 year old is in special classes in this school district as well as counseling. It took a whole year to set up these badly needed services.... View More
Without a written lease, a tenant is in a risky position. A month-to-month tenancy can be terminated by either tenant or landlord at the end of any rental period (typically the end of the month) by giving at least 30 days notice in writing to the other. If landlord gives notice, and tenant does...View More
I took the keys on Friday November 11th around 3:30 pm and by Saturday the 12th at 11:00 am I told the property manager I wanted out of my lease. I signed a 12 month lease, and the place gives me severe anxiety to be in the unit, I haven’t moved all my belongings in yet, and I have 2 cats... View More
A tenant can try to negotiate a lease termination with the landlord, but the landlord doesn't have to agree. The tenant wouldn't have a good basis for termination, unless a court finds tenant was not mentally competent to sign a lease. A tenant is not required to move in, but if tenant...View More
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