The mobile home sits in a park .. so we don't own the property but lot rent is paid..
Presumably, you're asking whether you can be evicted and made to move your mobile home from the park? Depends on your lease, if any.See question
She has 2 mortgages on the house, one of them in my name, and a lot of outstanding bills. I have 3 brothers that are willing to sign off on the house. My lawyer said we just need to fill out some paper work to do this, but now he is telling me we...
Your lawyer is correct.See question
The current tenants that are occupying my rental property have ended their relationship. There are 8 months left on the lease. One of the tenants would like to continue living in the rental but would like his former girlfriend's name removed. H...
This is their problem, not yours. It is not in your best interest to help remove one of the two parties to your lease, since your ability to sue both is better than the ability to sue one. If they are current with the rent and you have no concerns, you can release her and/or enter into a new lease, but keep in mind she may have a claim to half the security, as well. Good luck.See question
My mother forgot to change her life ins beneficiary from our deceased father, therefore I do not have access to that $ until I become Administrator. In order to become administrator I need to provide surrogate court proof funeral bill was paid, i...
Yes, but I recommend your friend writing his check directly to the funeral home (as opposed to you) so that he can submit the receipt to you later.See question
had once been disbarred i once saw on thisd site to use"caution" what is it now
I'm not sure I understand your question but Avvo does report the registration status of attorneys along with a history of disciplinary action, if any. For NY attorneys, you can also check that info with the 2nd Department, their website is here: http://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/attorney/AttorneySearch.See question
i was late 3x with my rent charged me 50 bucks each time he took my rent and added it to the late charge saying i owe 150 for this months rent i payed this months rent in full with out the late charge
Does your lease say that the fee for a late payment is $50? If so, that is cause for eviction. $50 is probably a reasonable amount of money but without knowing more, it's impossible to be certain.
If you have no lease, your landlord needs no reason to evict you on one months' notice and if you don't pay him the fee, he can evict you for no reason. Either way, unless you are unhappy where you are currently renting, you might consider paying the $150 to avoid the aggravation and added expense of being evicted and then having to find a new place to live.See question
my daughter married someone from Costa Rica for money. They are not together from day 1 and never seen each other since the day they married. .it was for money to obtain U.S. citizenship.
In a word, "YES" - the consequences for such a fraud are very serious.See question
I am 17 and the only one who signed the lease. I also gave the landlord a couple weeks notice we were leaving and I didn't damage any of the property. Would I be able to get the security back, or at least some of it?
I agree with the attorneys who have already responded, but you did not actually state whether your landlord WAS withholding the return of your deposit or if you were asking only hypothetically. Presumably, if you did not damage anything you will be entitled to the return of your deposit. If your landlord tries to retain some portion that you believe is unfair, you should point out to him that you're only 17 and that he might want to consult with an attorney before giving you cause to challenge him. It seems unlikely that it will be worth his time to risk losing more than he's potentially going to withhold. Good luck.See question
Hi, I need a counsel opinion letter for a commercial line of credit closing in Richmond county. How much should it cost?
Mr. Burr is correct, but I suspect (without knowing more) the fee would be at least $1,500 here in NYC for such representation.See question
My landlord asked me to vacate premises by January 1, because he was annoyed that I was making noise in response to his late night construction noises overhead in his apartment. I went to landlord/tenant court to get information about eviction bec...
The three attorneys who have already responded are all correct, but none have discussed the fact that your landlord asked you to vacate by Jan 1. It's highly unlikely that Jan 1 is the correct termination date and it seems to me that if he attempts to start an eviction (on his own or with an attorney) he will reailze he needs to start over. So you have plenty of time before the fun starts. Continue to pay rent and look for another place, since it's obviously time to go. Good luck.See question