Our lease is up on the 31st of may and we didnt get a letter till may 15th. On may 20th the landlord brought someone over to view the house without a heads up. Also on monday wants to have someone come to measure for tile to be put in. Is he allow...
The landlord does not have to give you notice when your lease is up under the statutes. However, he might have to if the written lease states that he has to give you notice.
When the landlord enters the premises, he has to give you prior notice according to statute and / or the written lease.
If you are unsure, see a local landlord / tenant attorney. Good luck!
My family of 5 live with my parents and pay 200 every month in rent. Already paid May 2017 payment,but she wants me out by June 1,2017? Everything verbal.
No, a verbal notice is not enough. I agree with Attorney Lampert. You should work it out with your mother and give her a writing that says you will be out by a certain date. Good luck!See question
My landlord sold the house that me and my family just move in 3 months ago, we never knew the house was for sale and now the new owners want us to pack and move. HELP
The new owners might have to honor your lease agreement. Make an appointment to hire a real estate attorney or landlord tenant lawyer for advice and representation. Good luck!See question
My roommate and I already signed that we will not be living there anymore after July 31st. Now my roommate wants to stay and wants me to sign a new form canceling that she will be staying there and resigning by herself. She moved in a few months a...
There are two separate issues. You don't have to sign any form, but you can sign it if it only reassures the roommate that you are moving. Make sure to give a copy to a local attorney for review before you sign it. Get an appointment with a local real estate lawyer for advice.
The other issue is the deposit. You should make it clear to the roommate and the landlord that you are the one who supplied the deposit and that you expect it back. If the roommate stays, she must accept responsibility for the condition of the premises.
Hello, I’ve the following question: I’m working for an international company and we are in the USA based on a visa that is bounded to my company and cannot be transferred to any other company. My employer ordered me to suddenly move back to German...
Usually, that is not an exception. You should take your lease to an attorney for review. Pay a lawyer to go over the documents and get advice and possibly representation. Good Luck!See question
do I need to put mays rent in the court registry or wait for a hearing?
You must deposit May rent also.
You are required to deposit each rent as it comes due on the day it is due or before.
New Neighbors for about 13 days of Loud talking and Music from 9pm-5Am outside, can hear which song is playing and what they did all day. I've called and verified that ordinance is at 10pm. I've verbally asked them be quiet, nothing. I also have ...
It may be time to call law enforcement or code enforcement. Take some videos to prove how loud it actually is. If that doesn't resolve it, you will have to hire an attorney. With paper-thin construction in some of the housing, this is becoming more and more of a problem. Perhaps even the media could make a story out of it and highlight this burgeoning issue across the land of over-building. Good luck!See question
If two landlords own the property and are spouses, owning the property as tenants in the entirety, does the absence of one spouse's signature render a written lease voidable?
No, one owner can sign the lease and it is a valid lease.See question
I was late with a rental payment by a few days after the notice was provided, and they started proceedings against me for eviction. I paid the rent, and the lawyer fee they charged to file the eviction, and received the notice that it was dismissed.
A civil lawsuit such as an eviction will remain in the public records.
You can show the notice to future landlords to prove it was dismissed.
You can ask the landlord for a paper that says you are current on rent at this time for your record.
Since we paid a deposit and we our not months behind . Will we be evicted before we move. Isn't the deposit for the last month of rent
If you gave a deposit to the landlord and have a written agreement with him that it is a last month deposit, then it could be used for that purpose. However, "telling him" is not the same thing as giving notice in writing. You must give notice in writing on a piece of paper that you will be out by the end of the last day of the month. Not by email, not by text, but on a piece of paper with your signature on it.
If you didn't give a deposit which was specifically a last month's deposit, then you are behind now. Pay the rent immediately and then hire an attorney for advice and representation.
Evictions take an average of four weeks, but they can take more or less time depending on circumstances.