what can be done about illegals moving so many people into there apartments? Manager does nothing. I have some that just moved in right next to me, started out with 5 people, now ther is somewhere between9 and11 there. This is a 2bedroom 2 bath ap...
I'm a Florida attorney, so I don't know how the state of Washington handles these situations. I will answer based on my knowledge of Florida law and the general rules pertaining to excessive occupants. Most leases contain a provision stating that there can be no "unauthorized occupants" in an apartment. In Florida, this term refers to people living in an apartment who are not on the lease for a period exceeding 2 consecutive weeks. Typically, the manager serves what is known as a 7-day notice to remove the unauthorized occupant(s) or have them fill out an application to be potentially added to the lease should they qualify. If the manager is able to serve this type of notice in your state and the tenant fails to comply, the manager may be able to move for eviction if Washington's laws are similar to Florida's. You would need to consult an attorney in Washington about that.
In the meantime, it sounds like the manager isn't willing to do anything regardless of what the law may afford them. Therefore, your complaint might be better directed to the local county ordinance department for violation of excessive people in possession of a 2 bedroom unit. Most city ordinances around the US limit the # of individuals that can reside in an apartment unit. This also holds true for some residential areas. It all depends on what the local ordinance says. If I were you, I'd first contact your city ordinance department and make them aware of the alleged violation. An inspector will then be called out to see if there is a violation or not. If so, that might be a way of getting these people removed. Plus, the tenants don't have to know it was you that complained.See question
How dose tenants clause work? My mother has it our morage with me on it but im mot sure as to what hapens now that she has passed on.
I am not sure what you are referring to by the term "tenants clause". Are you referring to the fact that you and your mother were both on a mortgage together in the dwelling where you reside? Or...is this property being rented out to tenants and you have a question from a Landlord's perspective?See question
Landlord was ganted evection but didnt pick up paper they werent filed
I believe this question is an attempt to resubmit an earlier one which I could not understand what you were asking. It is still not clear what paper you are referring to.See question
Judge GRANTED THE EVECTION DID PICK PAPER AT CLerk office we would have had to leave 4 days now we have 7days untell she files them
I can't tell from your questions what the issue is here. Do you live in Florida? Every state has different laws pertaining to Landlord/Tenant issues. Please clarify what your question is.See question