On the day of move-in I payed first months rent and security. On the day of move out, the landlord inspected the room and said there were no damages and from there we agreed that my last months rent was to be payed with the security deposit, so I...
Under an Oral Lease, you are still responsible for the damages that you caused. The landlord's hurdle is going to be proving that the property was damaged when you moved out. Because of your conversations at the end of your lease term, this is going to be a classic "He said, she said" type of case.See question
I don't live in the house anymore. I told her I would pay mortgage for a few months till she figured out what she will do. It's been 8 months and she has not given me anything toward the mortgage like she said she would. Can I stop paying the mor...
I recommend that you continue paying on the mortgage until you discuss this in more detail with a local Real Estate Attorney.See question
tenant was to be on automatic delivery of oil which was in lease,also had cats.no pets,in lease.
The fact that the tenant moved out of state will only matter when it comes time to collect on your award. Start by filing suit at your local Magisterial District Court.See question
I was recently denied housing because when the landlord ran a criminal history check two charges came up that I still have not been proven guilty for in the court of law. Is this legal for a landlord in Pennsylvania to do? The property is in a sub...
I agree with the first two answers. You should call the Housing Authority.See question
My steel front door was cosmetically damaged: two gouges to the front. I repaired these gouges, with metal bonding "spackle" and sanding for a smooth, even finish. The result was a smooth service that only needed painting to match the other doors ...
First and foremost, you need to review your lease for any language that addresses this situation. If the lease is silent, then the landlord does have the right to make reasonable repairs and bill you for the same.
If you disagree with the "reasonableness" of these repairs, you can withhold payment. However, if you withhold payment, you are opening yourself up to a potential lawsuit which could result in an eviction.
I suggest you contact a local Landlord Tenant Lawyer to review this matter in more detail before taking such actions.See question
they said it is not possible to make a copy
This just sounds odd. I recommend finding a different place to stay.See question
I am interested in selling my former home which I current rent to a couple who have been there for several years. They have expressed an interest in buying but do not qualify for anywhere near my asking price (the sale price is backed by local 'co...
Follow the terms of your written lease. If there is no written lease, you must provide one (1) full lease term of notice that you intend to terminate the tenancy.See question
I had entered into a lease with an organization in 2001. The lease says they would be leasing "a kennel building and 1 acre of land" from me. There was an existing kennel building I owned on my property at the time the lease was signed. In...
I strongly recommend contacting a local Real Estate Attorney.See question
Sued for back rent and cleaning fees. Reasons were raccoons in roof. I was also paying the water bill for the coin operated washing machine down stairs. Took the back rent & moved now being sued
It is not clear from your question if you are the Landlord or the Tenant . It also is not clear what your question is. Please clarify the facts and I am sure someone will attempt to answer you.See question
Don't understand what is meant by her heirs and assigns
Its not clear from your question if your mother is still alive or not. As my Estates and Trusts professor loved to say, "A living man has no heirs". What he meant was, heirs are determined once someone has died. Until then, they have a legal right (with very few restrictions) to designate any beneficiaries they want. The determination of whether or not you are your mother's heir is academic without knowing the context of why you are trying to determine this.See question