The tenant moved out without giving a 30 day notice. He paid security,cleaning, and pet deposits. There is no damage done to the apartment and he is current on rent.
I agree with Gregory. You can only keep the portion of deposit covering actual damages. The amount of time the apartment goes un-rented can be considered damages due to the breach of the lease, so long as you are making reasonable efforts to re-rent the unit.See question
We had a guardianship and conservatorship set up when my parents moved to live with us. My father has dementia. My mother has always taken care of their finances. They have joint bank accounts, my dad's pension check is electronically deposited in...
Yes, the court will have to approve a final accounting and also your request to resign or rescind the guardianship/conservitorship. See ORS 125.230. http://www.oregonlaws.org/ors/125.230See question
My former tenant is threatening to sue for double his security deposit 5 months after moving out. He declined a verbal request for his new address on moving day, and failed to initiate contact for 4 months. As soon as he provided his address, I s...
As I understand it, if you have no forwarding address, customary practice is to send a copy of the final accounting to the rental address and allow the post office to forward the document. The facts of your interactions with the tenant my overcome this custom but I would discuss this case with counsel before acting.See question
landlord wants us out by this Friday have ask for copy of lease landlord cannot produce one for me
I suggest you speak with the Oregon Community Alliance of Tenants regarding your situation.
I gave that to her yesterday and today she is telling me I have a 72hr no cause
You question is a bit unclear. I am not aware of a 72 hour "no cause" notice in Oregon. There is a 72 hour notice for nonpayment of rent. OR a no cause 30 day notice. Is your last month rent on deposit with the landlord? or did you pay it on time?See question
I was in a place where I couldn't have my dog, I asked my ex who I trusted to watch her for a few weeks til I could be somewhere where I could have her. He is now refusing to return her. I don't know what to do! HELP!
If you have evidence the dog is yours, such as a licence for the dog in your name, a purchase agreement, or vet bill showing you as the owner, you can contact the local animal control and/or police and request they assist you in returning your dog. You can also go to small claims court and prove ownership of the dog to a judge.See question
In 2009, I moved into a 1250 sq. ft house with a brand new dishwasher included. The dishwasher was not hooked up to any electric source or water. I informed the owner of the house of the dishwasher and he said it would be taken care of by the en...
You can contact an attorney to assist you in negotiating the repair with your landlord.
Also, It looks like you have a Fair Housing Counsel for your county that mediates issues such as these. They may be able to assist you in resolving this issue.
I have lived in my building for 6 years. I paid always rent on time and I had no complaints against me. My landlord started harassing me. Basically he would make some sexist comments to me and knock on my door for no reason. I asked him to st...
I am not licensed in California so I can't comment on the specifics of your case, but I believe the LA Department of Consumer Affairs can give you more guidance regarding your issue.
tenant rents a bedroom in my house. our month to month contract says no smoking in the house and he is. - i can smell it. do i have to give him 24 hour notice to enter if i can smell it? how much notice does he get for eviction - the month to mo...
On a month to month tenancy, if the tenant has rented for less than one year, one can generally terminate the tenancy (without cause) with 30 days notice.
From what you described, this sounds like you want to issue a notice to terminate tenancy for cause.
Please review the ORS 90.392
If you feel this person may be volatile there is another ORS section dealing circumstances where one may issue a 24 hour notice.
I suggest you retain an attorney specializing in Landlord-Tenant Law to assist you in filing the proper notices and resolving your situation.See question
I created an LLC in Oregon several months ago, of which I am the sole member. I deposited $200 of my personal funds into a business account. I spent $30 from this account to repair a computer I was using for my business. I didn't make any money, t...
I agree that allowing the LLC to lapse in this limited circumstance seems to be an acceptable solution for you.See question