If owners knew about it and failed to disclose it, that would be a basis to sue the owners. But it depends on all the facts. Contact the local board of health and use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the facts and advise you.
air bnb wants to keep $400, 1st they said the host fees applied. the host let us cancel with no fees or charges. air bnb said then that they were keeping the money since they did their job as an online travel arrangement site. tho i have pictures from the host saying we were cleared & invited us... Read more »
Technically, your contract was with Airbnb. If you utilized Airbnb's extensive (and costly) international booking system and paid the booking fee, and if Airbnb did everything they promised to do then--unless the contract allows some percentage refund--they should be entitled to keep your booking...Read more »
They have breached the contract completely to buy a small business, business and taxes are in good standing, the purchase agreement has been signed, and they are still promising they will pay even after the extension we gave past closing date. They have caused a lot of damage, the contract does not... Read more »
I was not given the opportunity to look at property before I moved in due to landlord not being available. My move in date was 8/16 and I received my keys and spent 2 hrs on walk thru on 8/15 @ 7pm going over things that needed to get done and unfortunately I had movers set up the next morning at... Read more »
We initially left the issues unsettled because of illnesses and the deaths of parents. Since March, however, we’ve been in contact with the contractor regularly - I have copies of all communications. He has made promises to “have someone out there next week” several times but they don’t... Read more »
I replaced a part in their furnace the next day to restore their heat and billed them for it. No answer to any invoices I found out the couple filed for divorce I contacted the husband initially and he said the wife is responsible for the billing. I continued billing both via us mail until... Read more »
We have a house in Cleveland heights, Ohio which we now use as a rental and has been unoccupied for the past 2 months. Apparently the house next to us sold and an investment team(appears to be a large company) purchased the house next to us. The investment team hired a tree/crane cutting company to... Read more »
I informed landlord on March 29 2018 that I cannot move in to her house and need to terminate the agreement and asking for reasonable amount of money back from the entire money I paid her in advance on March 12 2018 in a total of 4470.96 usd splitting into 1400 usd for security deposit, 1400 usd... Read more »
If you and landlord both signed the lease, then it would be a valid contract. Even if you don't move in, you would have the legal obligation to pay rent, unless there is an early termination provision. If not, then you would not be entitled to any return of money from landlord, unless landlord...Read more »
My daughters bedroom ceiling fell down on her after MONTHS of me telling him it was cracking. My other daughter fell off porch while holding my grandson, breaking her ankle due to him not fixing rail, after me repeatedly telling him. Now the rail going up my steps has broke, has been a month, and a... Read more »
Contact the local building department, which might issue repair orders. Send landlord written notice of the problems, then start paying rent on time each month into escrow with the local court, which will schedule a hearing for landlord to come and explain what is being done to fix the problems....Read more »
In which court would I file a successor liability suit for a lifetime basement waterproofing warranty that came from a company that is now defunct. The former owner now owns a new, unrelated company that works to fix bowing foundation walls. He used to own a waterproofing business. Thanks!
Small claims monetary jurisdiction is $6000, but the difficult part will be establishing your damages. You probably have receipts for rental vaccumms or service company to remove water and water damaged items, but how to establish the value of damaged items. The owner of property can provide...Read more »
My brother wasn't listening to me telling him to go upstairs after screaming at my other brother for hours and was being obstinate for 15 minutes about going up the stairs saying I wasn't letting him when I clearly just wanted him to go upstairs and I kicked him in the hip and left a bruise. Not... Read more »
The landlords just went in and rummaged through my apartment and then put locks on doors. From what I can see they've stolen some things as well. We have no written lease. They have never given me a receipt and I lived there 3 years. Now on the day I'm moving they cut off the lock of a big box... Read more »
Ohio does not provide for self-help provisions in a residential lease. Landlords must provide a 3 day notice; file a complaint for forcible entry and detainer; provide sufficient information at a hearing, and obtain a writ of restitution. Does not sound as though your landlord did these things....Read more »
I used money from my dad to cover a downpayment on a house that I bought with my ex. The house was bought under his name (mine was not on the title at all). (Roughly $25,000 was used for the house downpayment).
The downpayment money was given and the bank required me to sign a letter... Read more »
The context of this situation and your question are unclear. Who is "us?" Who are "they?" Who is trying to collect money from whom, and why? Is this a divorce? Is it a bank foreclosure? Is it small claims? But instead of explaining all that here, you should use the Find a Lawyer tab and...Read more »
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