AFTER EVICTION CONTACTED LANDLORD TO GET MY STUFF,HE SAID HE WASNT GUNNA CHARGE ME THEN WHEN I WENT DOWN THERE HE GOT MAD B HE WAS TRYING TO SAY I GOING TO PAY 1,000. FOR MY STUFFF N I SAID HE DIDNT EVEN STORAGE MY STUFF N HE LET IT GET RAINED ON N PEOPLE WERE STEALING MY STUFF N HE THREW ALOT OF MT STUFF N GARBAGE. I WAS STAYING AROUND CORNER AT MY SISTERS N HE WOULD PASS BY TAKE PICTURES N LAUPH. I CALLED POLICE 2 TIMES ON HIM 1 FOR TAKING PIC. N 2 B I SEEN SOMEONE STEALING MY SWAMP COOLER. N OWNER WOULDNT OPEN DOOR FOR POLICE SO THEY SAID I WOULD HAVE TO TAKE LANLORD TO COURT N SEEN NEW TENANTS WITH SEVERAL ITEMS OF MINE N THEY HAD A YARD SALE SELLING MY STUFF. I WENT BY THERE N TOOK PIC OF ALL MY STUFF N GARBAGE . REFUSED TO GIVE ME BACK MY STUFF WHAT CAN I DO? WORTH $1000
Landlord-tenant law is governed mostly by state laws, and covers issues like security deposit limits and deadlines, evictions, and the right to withhold rent.
Landlord responsibilities for a property they rent out include keeping the property up to local and federal codes, general maintenance, and making repairs.
by attorney Graeme L Abraham
This is a guide for Utah tenants whose landlord has breached their lease or has failed to keep the housing habitable. The guide will discuss the... more