My rent was raised from 942 to 1067. I paid it for July but in August and September I was billed 942. Now October they want me to pay balance from August/September and late fees. Is this legal since the error was on their part?
My application (which I submitted in March) was neglected, handled improperly, and went against protocol for the review process. It is still in review today. As a result I was forced to either face eviction or not renew my lease at my appartment. When I contacted the program, they specifically... Read more »
I was listed as a co-signer on a rental lease in Texas for my daughter, and now she is being sued for back rental payments in excess of $45,000. I was never aware that I was a co-signer and thought I was just listed on the lease as being an occupant since I only stayed there a few weeks a month to... Read more »
So if you never signed anything at all, then you can probably get out of this mess. If you did sign, you need to defend yourself if the lawsuit has been filed. If you get served with sue-papers, do not ignore them. Get to a lawyer, and defend yourself....Read more »
If you don't own the property, your landlord will hold you liable for damages to the house. If you hurt anyone in the process, you could be liable for battery, and it's probably an assault on your wife anyway, even if you don't hurt her. Don't do it.
If a landlord is negligent or something on the property breaks due to lack of care by the landlord, there may be negligence. However, unless you are actually hurt ( not just scratches ), there is no lawsuit as there must be a breach of duty ( negligence ), by LL, coupled with that breach causing...Read more »
Proof of Incorrect information, No access to a Lease that was electronically signed, Threatened to evict with no probable cause, does not answer questions, and does not work with tenants nor do they accept the evidence when the tenant shows proof on time of rental payments.
Sorry, none of that is harassment, and "probable cause" only relates to criminal matters. The landlord can threaten to evict any time you're not in compliance with the lease, and can follow through on that threat. Even if they lose the eviction case, their threat of eviction...Read more »
Can I sue my landlord. My daughter along with another daughter was caring for my husband while I was on vacation neither one of them lived with me at the time or on my lease. In the rental portal the landlord put that it is me that crashed into the neighbors apartment and that the check to pay for... Read more »
I’m renting to own a house for 10 years but the landlord wants me to pay the taxes and I’m having to totally remodel the house because it was gutted just wondering is that how it’s supposed to be or is he responsible for the taxes until I own it
The landlord and owner are unwilling to make repairs that are needed and also the listing of the house was for $2,000.00 per month but they want to charge $2,100.00 per month. Is our deposit refundable?
If you have not signed a lease, then it doesn't sound like you have a deal, and should not be paying a deposit. If there is no lease signed, and you have not even reached an oral agreement (there are still issues about the amount of rent and repairs to be done) then any deposit you've...Read more »
A dispute with the property manager won't be enough to evict you. I suspect there is more to the situation, but without knowing the basis of the eviction and more facts, it's impossible to say what defenses you may have.
They never told me I had to sign anything. I gave them notice. They also accepted my keys. I’m not longer in Texas. They are now emailing me saying I owe them 60 days rent and they cannot accept keys before hand yet they already did.
You may want to send them a copy of your notice, along with written confirmation of when the keys were turned in. Hang onto a copy of the lease, your notice, and evidence of paying rent, as you may need these to defend a claim against you for the unpaid rent.
It's not clear how the cases are related, but if you've gotten an eviction notice, you're going to want to 1) plan on moving, 2) see if you can work things out with the landlord, or 3) go to court to try to fight the eviction. Your description does not provide enough information to...Read more »
We lived in an apartment on a lease that ended 4/23. We renewed on 2/31 for 6 months, which starts on 4/24. We decided that we were moving out on 4/20 and canceled the renewed lease in writing on 4/20. We also informed them in writing that we were going on MTM lease and this is our 30 day notice... Read more »
Sorry, but it sounds like you Did terminate early. After the renewal, the lease was supposed to run through October, and you terminated in May. Changing your mind after you sign the renewal, doesn't get you out of the renewal, even if you tell them before the renewal term was to start.
this rock was part of some kind of thing that was built on the ground to make a platform. I did not build this it was already built. Can i file under the homeowners insurance policy because i was badly injured?
If you rent the room on a month to month basis, they have to give you 30 days notice of non-renewal. If the oral agreement is week to week, they would only need to give you a week's notice of non-renewal. If you've breached the agreement in some way, the notice period can be 3 days.
6 yrs ago, my upstairs neighbors' kitchen sink , garbage disposal and dishwasher water kept coming up in my sink and finally flooded my apartment. They fixed it then but its doing it again now. The complex changed hands and I have been asking and even begged them a couple times since January... Read more »
None of his family has been around in 20 years. This is crazy yet sad. There are alot to be involved in probate court to get their portion.His greedy sister should go back to the rock she came from.what can i do
Move. The executor or administrator of the estate has a legal duty to sell property to pay debts and distribute the remainder according to the Will or, if there is no Will, the state's laws of inheritance. This may involve evicting tenants. Neither occupancy nor friendship confer ownership...Read more »
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