Unfortunately, I have to return to my home country & I informed my landlord on 29-Sep-2015 that I will be vacating on 31-Oct-2015 which is more than 30 days of advance notice. But still my landlord insists on me paying the rent during November & s...
Typically, if you are a month-to-month tenant you are only required to give 30 days notice. You may have terms in your lease agreement that extend that period even though you are now month-to-month.
An attorney would have to review your lease before giving you a 100% answer.See question
Soon as i called the health department on her I got a three day notice and was notified by the health department lady that my rent has not been paid the same day I got the notice.
If you are past due on your rent or have breached the lease in some other way, you landlord is entitled to file for eviction. Prior to filing for eviction they must provide you with a 3-day notice and then they can start the court process.See question
I am an Appellant in the 8th District Ohio Court of Appeals and need to know if it is proper to file a second motion to strike after an Appellee has failed to comply with Ohio Rules of Appellate Procedure for a second time. We are both pro se. The...
Sometimes the best advice is the advice you don't want to here. That doesn't make it inconsiderate. There is an common saying "a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client." Mr. Michalski's statement isn't a slight against your intelligence, it is merely a well proven fact that self representation is a recipe for disaster, even for licensed attorneys.
Simply because the other individual is Pro Se doesn't make the fact that you are Pro Se any better of a decision. Arguably it is worse, because you could have a extreme advantage if you utilized counsel and the adverse party is pro se.
I would also add that since you are the appellant, you are already facing an uphill battle as it is vastly more difficult to win on an appeal than at the trial court depending on the standard of review the Appellate Court will exercise for your case.
As you say, it is not rocket science, but being an appellate attorney isn't something that you learn overnight. So far you have not been successful so you should strongly think about at least sitting down with a attorney to evaluate your case.
Best of Luck.See question
Hired lawyer still hasnt filed to get it back thinking of suing for malpractice its been 2 yrs and he says hes going to do it just found out he still hasnt
If you are unhappy with the attorney then I suggest terminating the relationship and seeking another attorney to help you recover your belongings. Whether or not you are entitled to recover the seized the assets and how long it takes to get back will involve a multitude of factors. The most important factor is why the money was seized (e.g. evidence, contraband, safekeeping, forfeiture) in the first place. After this is determined an attorney can determine the best course of action.
Whether or not there has been malpractice is a separate matter. You would need to consult with a legal malpractice attorney to determine if there was any wrongdoing.See question
I asked my husband for a set visitation schedule and he agreed to my suggestion of the 2nd weekend of every month. I wanted predictability, fewest overlaps with holidays and family events, minimal contact (we argue A LOT). He is"visiting" Vancouve...
If you have an attorney, then you should be listening to him. If you are not happy with your attorney and/or doubt his/her competency, then feel free to pursue other representation.See question
Plaster ceiling needs repairs in a room of a rental. Project could take several days. Contractor is bonded, insured and has workman's compensation. Does the landlord have to be present? I don't have vacation days and need to work.
A landlord does not have to be present while a contractor makes repairs.See question
Plaster ceiling needs to be repaired in rental property. Contractor will take about two to three days to repair. Tenants are insisting that landlord be present while work is being performed.
The landlord is not required to be present while work is being performed.See question
I moved out on June 22,2015, 35 days went by and I didn't hear anything from her. I texted her and asked if I was getting a deposit back. 3 days later, she said she had a concussion and would get back with me in a day a so, that was July 31,2015. ...
Assuming you gave a forwarding address, you are will be entitled to more than interest. The Ohio Landlord Tenant Act provides for double the amount wrongfully withheld AND attorneys fees. You should contact an attorney for a consult and assistance.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me.
Andrew A. Esposito
I was a current resident as a housing assistance tenant and I provide the landlord a deposit of $850 and during the 2 month stay there issues occurred I was advise that I could move in even though that somethings did not pass inspection,moved in a...
Any hope of getting your security deposit will likely require an attorney. It is difficult to tell what exactly happened from the facts you provided. Regarding security deposits - your landlord has 30 days from the termination of your lease return your security deposit minus any lawful deductions with a itemized list of those deductions. The 30 days doesn't begin to toll if you never give your landlord a forwarding address.
If you landlord fails to return the deposit, you are entitle to double the amount wrongfully withheld and attorneys fees. From the limited facts, it appears that you may have left the property prior to your lease expiring. If that is the case you should be prepared for the landlord to assert a counter claim against you for the rent due for the months the property was vacant.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Andrew A. Esposito
I was on 90 days same as cash program for a 1300.00 item, I made 2 payments one for $156.00 and the other for $800.00. I owed one last payment of $175.00 but lost my job now they're threatening me with the police
I would suggest returning the property. Believe it or not the company is actually known for following through with its threats and filing a police report. Some of these have even resulted in criminal convictions. Why risk a criminal conviction?See question