Should the homeowners speak with attorney? This is violation of Georgia privacy act seeings as none of the homeowners gave consent to release personal account information, to include name and delinquent amounts. The next day HOA sent an email to apologize but the damage is done.
I’m a college student who got a sublease to cover for me while I moved out of Athens to Atalanta for work. My contract said you can’t buy out of the lease or transfer it over to someone else and they don’t have a clause for if a tenant were to get hurt or move they said it’s not going to... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. It is best to consult an attorney who can review your lease and provide you with a more tailored response. We are glad to assist you. Contact us soon!
Small claims case is scheduled for default hearing on 12/26, AFFIDAVIT OF SERVICE filed 07/01 appears to be fraudulent. What to file to remove default and allow to counterclaim? Defendant learned about the case after 30+15 days ellapsed, filed on 10/16 Opposition to "Request for Default Judgement"... Read more »
There are holes in the wall and ceiling, I'd not noticed when i first looked at the place, but noticed and noted on move in inspection- though the holes at the baseboard i noticed just days AFTER. I contacted manager on the Nov 6, but did not get back to me, until i again contacted them on the... Read more »
More information is needed to provide you with an accurate answer. What type of holes? Are they the result of insect/animal activity? Are the holes the result of water damage? Do the holes prevent you from doing something in your home? Does it threaten your safety/privacy?
More information is needed about your case in order to provide you with an accurate answer. You should consult an attorney who will go over the details of your case and provide you legal counsel tailored to your need.
I was sold a strip of undeveloped land in the right in the heart of a small city in Georgia. It was purchased in 2008 at the Fair Market Value of $5,000. This .8 acre strip of land is adjacent to more then 4 acres of land already owned by me. This strip of land also had a... Read more »
I also found out that she was selling the house or that the house was sold on the day the house sold and now she's calling asking if we are found a place to move yet but my one-year lease isn't up until February
Look at your lease. If the lease doesn't terminate if the house is sold, the new owner takes subject to the lease. He or she will have to wait until February unless your lease is bought out by agreement or there is an early termination provision in the lease.
It is best to refer to your covenants and/or bylaws; it should contain the rules about this topic. If your covenants and/bylaws do not contain the information, it may be best to consult an attorney who can assist you with the specifics of your case.
We are breaking up I asked him what he wanted to do about house he said it would be best to take my name off the deed I said not without negotiating a fair amount my lowest price was 21K seems more than reasonable to me especially when I know he has it in the bank.
Hi I have a client who wants to sell her townhouse in a community with an HOA. According to the HOA President, she has $25,000+ in dues unpaid. There is also a tax delinquency, which may send the property to auction. She hasn't lived there in almost a decade, and the community looks like a third... Read more »
I currently rent one of two rooms in the basement of LL's home which has a private entrance. My LL and her family reside above the basement. At times, she or a family member has come to the basement during or after showering to inquire or complain about my water usage. She does not give notice and... Read more »
If a Defendant has claims against the Plaintiff that arises out of the same transaction and occurrence, the Defendant must file a counterclaimat the time an answer is filed unless the matter is in Magistrate Court. You have additional time to file it in that court.
The manager of our company used our company's money to buy houses, use his private name for contract and HUD, than contribute these houses to the company in the same day. Looks very uncomfortable. Is that break the law?
It depends. An attorney would have look at the details here. At first blush, I though that the transaction you were describing was criminal. After reading that the manager contributed the houses back to the company, the transaction seems less sinister. As far as hud goes, that is another...Read more »
I broke a rule in my lease. Probably manager texted me and said that I have to leave property by November 12 due to breach. I was informed one week ago and the property manager said that the sixty days began when lease was breached... and not when I was informed of early termination
I'm 80 and want to go live with relatives out of state. I have life tenancy in my house and the warranty deed I set up says I have "one half undivided interest in the property for and during my natural life." I want to know if the remainderman has unrestricted right to do whatever he chooses if I... Read more »
If you move out you retain your 1/2 interest. You can sell your interest to the remainderman. If rent is collected, you are due 1/2 of this after expenses. IF he sells the property it will be subject to your life estate. One cannot sell what one does not have, and the remainderman does not have...Read more »
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