we have lived in the house for two and a half years
It depends on the lease agreement that they terminated. Did they follow the right procedures that are spelled out in that lease. I suggest you take your copy of the lease to a landlord tenant attorney and they will spell out your options. Good luck!See question
In 2006 I was stopped walking down the road in Tennessee for public intoxication I went to jail they put me on probation before I finish probation I came back to the state of Florida now mind you I never was formerly a resident of Tennessee nor di...
You need to contact an attorney in Tennessee to try and see if they are following proper protocol per Tennessee law. Every state will honor holds and suspensions from other states. So you have to resolve this issue in Tennessee and will need an attorney versed in their laws. Good luck!See question
I moved into a 3 bedroom two bathroom house in February. Its an older house. When we moved in the landlord did not mention anything about the rats residing in the house. I informed him of this issue and it's still not resolved. I remind him consta...
Seek a consult with a landlord tenant attorney in your area. Take your lease, and explain the issues. They will be able to explain your options, and the best way to move forward depending on your goals. As far as your question, NO you can't withhold rent for these issues. You must go by the process explained in your lease. You will probably have to pay for your consult, but its better to have an exact answer, based on your actual circumstances. Good luck!See question
I moved into the home in November, the landlady has SEEN ALL FOUR OF MY DOGS and even commended them for how well behaved and cute they were, there has never been a single complaint. We pay our rent when it's due and we are never a single day late...
What does your rental agreement say in regards to pets? I suggest you take your lease agreement to a landlord tenant attorney if in fact you have to defend yourself against an eviction. Based on a more thorough analysis, the attorney will be able to tell you more about all of your options. Good luck!See question
I 17 year old grandaugher was bitten by police dog and cuffed and taken to hospital When I arrived police told me they were charging her with a misdemeanor and let me take her home. They did not give me any paper work how do I know if she was char...
Speak to a criminal defense attorney right away. They will be able to look up any charges and create a plan of action for you. You may also be able to look it up on the county clerk of court website. Do not speak to the police without an attorney. If you can't afford one, speak to your county's local bar association and see if they have a legal aid clinic. Good luck.See question
I am a pregnant mother with a infant and have been currently living in a house, with no lease for a year. it is my friends fathers house who passed away and the bank now is putting the home into foreclosure and i have to move and i cannot afford t...
You need to speak to a landlord/tenant attorney or a foreclosure defense attorney. Generally speaking only homeowners and bona fide tenants (valid current lease) have standing to appear in a foreclosure case. Speak to an attorney immediately. I am also re-categorizing this question as a foreclosure matter so that you get more responses.See question
I was arrested for child abuse.
You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney. They will be able to research the court docket with your personal information and figure out what happened in your situation. You can also do that if you go to the clerk of courts website for the county of the arrest.See question
Can I get my record closed so that I can rent again. I completed my probation time.
You should speak to a criminal defense attorney or any attorney that handles seal/expungement. Most offer free consults to see if you are eligible. Good luck.See question
I was able to keep my driver license and i also have a certificate of completion from first step as well. I was only on probation for a year
I agree with my colleagues. If what you say is true and you have not been found or adjudicated guilty of any other offense then you should be eligible.
Good luckSee question