I am interested in selling my former home which I current rent to a couple who have been there for several years. They have expressed an interest in buying but do not qualify for anywhere near my asking price (the sale price is backed by local 'co...
Follow the terms of your written lease. If there is no written lease, you must provide one (1) full lease term of notice that you intend to terminate the tenancy.See question
I had entered into a lease with an organization in 2001. The lease says they would be leasing "a kennel building and 1 acre of land" from me. There was an existing kennel building I owned on my property at the time the lease was signed. In...
I strongly recommend contacting a local Real Estate Attorney.See question
Sued for back rent and cleaning fees. Reasons were raccoons in roof. I was also paying the water bill for the coin operated washing machine down stairs. Took the back rent & moved now being sued
It is not clear from your question if you are the Landlord or the Tenant . It also is not clear what your question is. Please clarify the facts and I am sure someone will attempt to answer you.See question
Don't understand what is meant by her heirs and assigns
Its not clear from your question if your mother is still alive or not. As my Estates and Trusts professor loved to say, "A living man has no heirs". What he meant was, heirs are determined once someone has died. Until then, they have a legal right (with very few restrictions) to designate any beneficiaries they want. The determination of whether or not you are your mother's heir is academic without knowing the context of why you are trying to determine this.See question
Landlord had other pictures and also when lawyer introduced himself he said his father was before the judge several occassions
I'm sorry, but without reviewing the full record of your court proceeding, it is not possible to answer your question.See question
I am a Disabled Vet with PTSD. I regret the eviction and can find no record of it online. Will an out of State rental check turn this up where I cant?
Probably not, but it will depend on how sophisticated of a search is conducted. For your own reference, try looking up your case on this website:
A small claims court judge ordered my x landlord to return my deposit. It's been over 45 days since we went to court and I still haven't received it.
You need to go to the Court House and speak with someone in the Prothonotary's office or hire a local Landlord Tenant Lawyer.See question
water bill at property being paid by current tenant. got a letter from water company that former tenant has unpaid bill at their new location & they want me to pay how is this possible?
This sounds like a mistake on the part of the water company. You should give them a call and explain the situation. From what you have described, you should have no liability for the former tenant's new water bills.See question
the heater which has always been a problem. Our new lease reads the same except that we are now responsible for maintaining and repairing the heater. Our landlord did not notify us of this change. What are our options? We have not yet signed the l...
You can either sign the new lease or not. If you sign it, you are responsible for maintaining the heater as provided int eh new lease. Before deciding not to sign it, you should carefully read your old lease. By not signing the new lease, you may be considered a "holdover tenant" and your landlord may be permitted to begin an eviction action.
If your course of action is not clear after a careful review of both leases, you should seek the advice of a local Landlord Tenant Lawyer.
Good luck.See question
I have a rental property. The tenant died while owing 3 months rent. Daughter wants access to apt. Without paying back rent, to get valuables, checkbook etc. she says she got a short certificate which gives her access to apt. Do I have any recours...
Yes, you should give her access to the property. To collect on the unpaid rent, you can file a Landlord-Tenant action before your local Magisterial District Judge, file a claim against the Estate, or both.
Good luck.See question