Her mail is stiil coming to my address is there anything legally I can do to get her to stop using it?
Give it back to the postman and write "return to sender addressee unknown" on it .See question
I sub-leased a space to a tenant, where I would occupy during tax season and then tenant would also occupy and then take on more space after tax season. We signed the lease. Then a few months later, tenant needs me to sign another lease for the ci...
It depends on the terms of the sublease agreement. You should consult with an experienced commercial landlord-tenant attorney. But generally you must get a judgment of possession to remove a sub-tenant .See question
I signed the quit claim deed with the agreement he would remove me from the mortgage (this is stated in our PSA) - it has been almost three years -I want to file to enforce litigants rights but can I ask the Court to put me back on the title if he...
That is one of the remedies you can request, but I think your primary remedy is enforcement of the provisions of the PSA requiring him to refinance the home; because that is probably the only way he can get you off the mortgage unless he has the funds to pay off the loan without a refinance.See question
First time renter
So long as the house has not been foreclosed upon by the lender, you may execute the lease and any subsequent owner (e.g. the foreclosing bank) steps into the shoes of the landlord and must honor your lease. You should however, inquire if a foreclosure complaint has been filed and if a court order has been entered for the payment of rents to the lender.See question
we have rented this town home for 6 years. The last 2 years the lease was not renewed for another term we just went to month to month. There has never been any issue expressed with our tenancy in the 6 years. Upon notice to vacate in 30 days landl...
First of all, if she wants to move in herself she is required to give 2 months' written notice. If your tenancy began on the 1st of the month the notice must be served upon you one full month in advance and it must be in writing. So if she gave you notice in November you are not required to vacate until December 31.See question
Our landlord notified us Nov 14 to vacate Dec 15th. She intends to move into the house. Our rent is paid on the first of each month. Can she evict us in the middle of the month because she wants to move in? Is it 30 calendar days notice or one c...
It is calendar month and it requires a 60 day notice for owner occupancy. So for example, if she wants you to move out on Feb.1, 2016 she must provide notice in November 2015. In my opinion her current notice is ineffective and she must serve you with a new notice.See question
It really has nothing to do with who signed as a borrower on the loan. If the property was financed when you were married, chances are that the mortgage was in both spouses names, even if the note was not. In any event, if the deed is in both names, both owners should sign the listing agreement; based on the few facts you have presented.See question
I live in Jersey City and a new owner has taken over the building where I am currently under a month to month lease At first he attempted to increase my rent by 30%, and when I declined stating there were no grounds or upgrades he calmed down and ...
He will have to send you at least one notice and possibly two, raising the rent and removing the cat, or send you a renewal lease, which you can object to, before he can file a complaint for possession of the apartment . Even if he attempts to raise then rent by 30% he still must prove that the rent is "reasonable" before the landlord-tenant court. If the unit is covered by rent control, he cannot raise it above the guidelines. You should consult with and retain an experienced landlord-tenant attorney to represent you in your lease negotiations.See question
the writing states the amount is thirty dollars more however the final numerical value shows a much lesser amount. Can i hold the landlord to the new amount even if it was a mistake on their end since i acknowledged the amount by sending the rent...
Section 3.114 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), a set of rules for business transactions, dictates how any confusion should be handled:
“If an instrument contains contradictory terms, typewritten terms prevail over printed terms, handwritten terms prevail over both, and words prevail over numbers.”
I believe a court would determine that the writing is the correct amount.
The house was located in the Toll Bros Development, in Stewartsville, NJ (Warren County)
Your question is extremely vague and really cannot be answered without more details about the transaction. I suggest you contact the attorney who represented you on the sale.See question