The answer is in the lease. Assuming you are not delinquent in rent and the lease has not expired or otherwise is on a month to month basis, you are entitled to continue to the end of the term. Be careful, though. He may try to lock you out.
Clifford L. Tuttle, Jr.
Attorney at Law
Short sales are very frustrating. Banks can back out at the last minute, too. Suing under the contract may not force the sale because the bank has the right to accept the final numbers. Ask your agent to try to find out what is going on before you sue.
Contact PennDot to get a form for applying for license reinstatement. They may have them at the Driver's License Center where you get your picture taken or at a State Police Barracks. The person behind the counter may also be able to look up your driving record and confirm that you are eligible for reinstatement. If you are a member of the AAA, that organization may be able to help also.
Unfortunately, you have 10 days to appeal an award of possession from the date of the decision. The decision may not have been dated on the date of the hearing. Today is November 5. If the decision was made (read the notice) on the 24th or later, you can appeal today. But it must be today or you lose the right to possession. Go to the County Prothonotary's Office. Take your check book, since you will have to pay money into escrow for rent and may have to pay court costs to file a notice of...
If the will has been presented for probate, you can look at it at the Department of Court Records, Register of Wills Office. Call Paul Little at the Department of Court Records at 412-350-4195 and ask him to look it up. If the will has not been presented for probate, you may have to wait, since there is no time period when it must be done and there may be no obligation to do so if there are no assets to be distributed by probating the will.
Clifford L Tuttle, Jr
Attorney at Law...
The lease ppears to be a one year lease, beginning today and ending, in reality, on 8/31/09. Thus, your last month's rent will be for the month of August. However, you could, if you wish, renew the lease and pay September's rent at that time.
The security deposit is not supposed to cover rent. It is supposed to be handled separately. You give notice in writing where the deposit can be mailed after inspection of the premises. The landlord inspects, makes deductions for damages, if any,...
I assume that you have a written lease. Write a polite letter with your next rent payment pinting out that you have a written contract that specifies the rent until (insert date), the end of the lease period. Enclose a check for the correct amount and mark it " (Month) rent - in full".
If your landlord attempts to evict you, you have a copy of the signed lease (keep the original safe) and copies of your cancelled checks, front and back, at the ready to prove you have paid the rent in full....
I'm not sure I understand your question. Are your daughter and son-in-law still married and he is not supporting her, forcing you to do so? If so, SHE may have a legal remedy against him for support.
If you are asking whether you have a right to reimbursement for payment of debts in his behalf, ordinarily no, unless you had an agreement with him, such as a loan