Thank you! Any other advice would be appreciated too!
The two most common methods for eviction are holdover and non-payment proceedings. You can evict under either method. The non-payment proceeding will get you into court quicker, but can be rectified simply by payment prior to issuance of a judgment and warrant. A holdover proceeding will take a month longer, or more, but if you truly want to remove the tenant, this is more difficult to prolong, providing compliance with all technicalities. I would suggest you retain an experienced lawyer who should be able to complete an eviction in 6-9 months.See question
I was served Friday November 18, 6:30pm, to show to court on the 1st of December. Mind, you the following week we had a holiday (thanksgiving)
Every day counts. If the last day falls on a weekend or holiday then the next business day is the final day.
i went down to local precinct to file a report becasue i got assaulted by two girls i know at a bar i was at and i am afraid i had markings and a black eye, so i spoke with an office he took down notes told me to come back following day to complet...
If what you are saying is true, you should hire a criminal defense attorney. If you are fabricating your story, you will be in even bigger trouble.
Moved in 6/2016. Gave standard lease to landlord to look over. landlord never initiated written lease. paying 2,300/month plus all utilities in the rental property. all utilities are in landlords name because i cannot produce any documents stipula...
You are entitled to 30 days' notice to terminate a month-to-month tenancy, even if you are paying on time, the landlord may still evict you with proper notice.
I am living in a house where there was never a written agreement for rent. My landlord is trying to make me pay a deposit equal to the rent amount. Is that legal?
A security deposit is your money to be held in escrow by the landlord. It is NOT the landlord's money. If there is no written lease, the landlord may request such a deposit and you have the option of making the deposit or not.
We own a wine bar together 50/50 but I'm really the one who runs it, he is never there and has his own full time job. We are going Through marriage troubles and I want a divorce desperately, he don't.... I recently called the cops on him and he go...
Yes. You would get "in trouble" and you could go "to jail."
I live in New York State and my ex and I own several rental properties. The divorce decree states that the residential home is mine and the three rental properties are my ex's and that we are to refinance the mortgages. However, neither one of ...
You can't. Either he must participate in the mortgage or consent to transfer title.
I am pro se litigant and i filled a Motion to amend the Complaint. Motion was granted and i have 30 days to serve it to the party. I was very sick i did not have the time to properly do it. Can i ask the Court to grant me more time?
It sounds as if you would be well served by hiring an attorney to represent you. Consider it.See question
My 8 yr old and I are renting a garage that was converted into a one bedroom apartment. I was under the impression that it was legal. There is a thermostat and baseboard heating in the apartment. I informed the landlord two weeks ago, that afte...
This type of question is best asked to an attorney in a private consultation rather than a public forum.
I received an income execution from 2004 ,presented papers to show just cause I went in front of the judge yesterday and because I showed proof I was never served the judge agreed and vacated the judgement. Can the law firm start proceedings to su...
You don't say what the cause of action was, nor do you indicate whether subsequent payments were made. The statute of limitations to commence an action for breach of contract (the majority of debt collection cases), is 6 years from the default or last payment/acknowledgment of the debt, As such, the statute of limitations to recommence the action has likely expired.