He said that the apartment blinds and Windows frame are broke
It sounds like you mean the landlord wants to keep your security deposit. IF that is what you meant, yes, he can do that. Anything above normal wear and tear can be charged to the tenant, and this is reasonable. Now, if he is charging you $1,000 for 2 $50 dollar blinds, that is problematic. You may need to consult an attorney. good luck.See question
The water bill is in landlords name, They told me they would send me a bill every month so I could add it to my rent. After six months of never receiving a bill they send me an eviction notice (for not paying water bill) I asked them to send me th...
The bottom line is that the terms of your lease are going to control. So, review your lease. You may want to have an attorney review your lease as well. They cannot just do what ever they want. Good luck.See question
I have a manager who manages the property. When she started paying rent late I asked to have access to the property. When I arrived I found she had altered the garden pavers to build a four foot high fire pit, is burning furniture in the pit, and ...
If it is just a non-payment of rent issue, serve them with a 3 day notice, then evict them. If it is the other issues, you may want to give them the opportunity to cure. The issues may or may not be direct violations of the lease. If you give them 10 days to cure, then keep inspecting. You may want to see if they will voluntarily vacate. Further, it sounds like you want these people out, so if you let the lease run the duration, make sure you comply with the terms as it relate to not renewing said lease. Good luck.See question
I moved in on Nov. 6th. Landlord said that the previous tenants had pets and that they cleaned the carpet and flea bombed three times because "they just weren't sure." She never admitted to having a flea infestation in the house. I now have flea b...
If she is not in agreement to terminate the lease, it is not likely to happen. I agree with counsel, that you need to contact her in writing and advise her she has 30 days to fix the issue, if not, then you will pay rent money to the courts. You may want to go to your local court, and they may have a form letter that you can use to send to her advising her of the issue. Unfortunately, you cannot just break the lease and move out. You are bound to the terms of the lease. Good luck.See question
my sleep number bed had bed bugs when I received it from my spouse's house.
I am confused. You speak of possessions and your spouse. Is this a divorce situation ? If that be the case, both of you equally own the property until divided in court. If you were to retain the property, and you left it with her for a while is there anything as to the required state of the property ? End of the day, your post leaves too many questions to reasonably answer the question.See question
I am on ssi, when i didn't get my check i called ssa and they told me my check is on its way, I told the landlord that and he is still evicting me, i don't know what to do, if i move out i am going to be homeless and i wont have any money to get a...
You are talking about the 3 day notice. You CAN move out, OR they will file an eviction in the court. That hearing will not be for 2 ish weeks, then they will give you likely another 7 days to vacate. In the mean time, IF you pay, and they accept, there will be no issue. Generally, regardless of reason, if you do not pay your rent timely, you can be evicted. Good luck. Hopefully the landlord will work with you on this.See question
Slamming doors ,laud company,unlocked doors all day,stumping ,dropping objects ,drinking making noise @ 3am.I tells the landlord all he tells me is..what do I want him to do about it? Wtf?
This seems to be a repeat question. What is it that you are asking ? If you have issues, you have two options. You can move out, likely be sued for rents and damages, or live out the balance of he lease, then vacate as soon as possible when the lease terminates. Good luck.See question
Drug dealer living next door.their landlord OK with them selling as long as he gets his rent.wtf?
What is the question here ? I agree with counsel, if there is an issue, call the police.See question
My lease began August 1st and I moved in on September 1st and had the utilities switched to my name on September 1st. My landlord is now charging me for the utilities (gas, electric, water/trash/sewer) that was supposedly used during that month t...
Arguably, no. You should not be paying for utilities for a time frame when you did not occupy the unit. The lease will control. If silent, then again, arguably you should not be paying. The question is how much are we talking about. How much of a headache do you want to make for yourself. Right and wrong is a good standard, however, if this results in the landlord being upset, then trying to evict you, and having to go to court, maybe having to get an attorney. The question is, is it worth it. Good luck.See question
I was basically forced to move out via text. My lease is not up until January but my landlord basically forced me to move out early. First he claimed that he was raising the rent and had a new renter and then his wife said they were not renting ...
IF you moved out, you have done so voluntarily. If you have not moved out, they need to evict you to get you out. As for your security deposit, you need to provide them in writing your forwarding address. IF they fail to either 1 ) return your security deposit or 2) give you an itemized break down of what they are doing with your security deposit, then you can sue them for 2 x the wrongfully withheld amounts, and attorney fees. Good luck.See question