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My son is 22, a heroin addict of four years, quitting off an on, tried outpatient treatment and narcotics anon meetings, also just diagnosed bipolar disorder. his doc wants him stabilized on bipolar meds and in a 3-6 month in patient rehab and my ...
We can't answer questions here about leases or other documents we don't have before us to read. Although I'm not aware of any law or cases which give a medical right to cancel, there may be some other defense to enforcement in the lease which a real estate attorney could determine by reviewing your son's lease.
Also a landlord has a duty to "mitigate" damages of tenant moving out early to find new tenant, and can't hold previous tenant liable after that.
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I am renting and my landlord was switching insurance companies and in the process there was a gap in insurance causing a forfeiture of his land contract with the original owner. Now the original owner wants the house back even though the payments...
It sounds like you're trying to find out the likelihood of the Land Contract actually being forfeited. From you facts, the owner/seller would have a difficult time forfeiting the Land Contract because the breach has already been "cured," assuming the landlord gets legal advise and fight a forfeiture attempt.
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My former apartment complex is attempting to gouge me on the damages to my unit upon move out. I have disputed the damages in writing and provided legitimate proof in various forms of hard evidence. They have refused and are now trying to make m...
Click Brochure below and read pp 7-10. Write back if necessary.See question
Can I be evicted if all my bills are up to date?
Your question is confusing. Did you mean the Lease is not in your name as tenant? Simple answer is all leases are month to month unless longer term in written lease and a landlord can always evict any tenant with a 30-day notice of termination, without giving any specific reason. Click on Brochure below for more information.See question
My tree fell on my neighbors garage. They have renters in the house. Am I responsible for damage to the tenants belongings in the garage.? Also, if the home owner instructs me not to remove the tree from the garage until their insurance company...
I sort of agree with Mr Fredericks, but there should be some inquiry whether the landlord's insurance covers damages to garage and contents. Did tenants have renter's insurance? So I wouldn't file a claim unless the tenant actually sued me then I'd turn over to my insurer to handle. And get that request to wait in WRITING.See question
We fullfilled our lease and were expecting not all, but most of our deposit of $600 back. We got a letter from landlord saying we owe $1800 for replacing or fixing the carpet where my son broke an ink pen in the livingroom. The size was about 8x8i...
I mostly agree with previous answer, plus I agree with your position on repair over replacement (not sure what carpet ppl means) You should download the landlord-tenant brochure I am attaching and study the section on security deposits. It sounds like some time has passed since you moved out. Probably not worth getting attorney over $600, but it would be if landlord sues you for additional $1800.See question
This is a co-op of separate units, three to a building
Sorry you haven't given enough information to answer this.. Apartment? Condo? Answer will depend how bylaws worded. ie sometimes only need 1 over 55er there, sometimes a majority of occupiers, etc. Probably should take relevant documents to attorney for opinion.See question
They are NOT mine, and I cannot afford a lawyer. Not sure what to do...
If the plants were not ON your land, you're leaving out part of the story. You DO need attorney regardless of cost, and he/she will get a copy of the police report which will show their evidence. (ie video of you harvesting it) by the way,, what difference does it make that your house wasn't searched? just askin')See question
security deposit because when I moved out my oriental rug that was underneath my dining room table in the kitchen which has 10 year old linoleum when I moved in. When I moved the rug it had turned the floor yellow where the rug was. She never st...
IMPORTANT that you object to LL's claim IN WRITING immediately. Then LL has to take you to court within 45 days from your move-out date, to document and prove the claim for damages. You would file an Answer disputing the claim and you can have a trial (or settle for an agreed amount) The security deposit belongs to you until LL proves the back rent and/or damages are legitimate. If LL doesn't file suit in time then YOU can sue LL for double the amount of the deposit!
Personally I think the claim sounds bogus- I never heard of an oriental staining anything. Do some research regarding that issue. Can argue normal wear & tear.
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When I had signed the lease and in the first days of moving in, the landlord never provided an inventory checklist. I had taken some pictures. Within four days of moving out, I had sent a letter to the landlord with my forwarding address and ask...
Because Mr Rafter is in Va he probably doesn't know that in Michigan LL may be liable for double the amount of deposit plus costs and forfeit right to damage claims (even if there is) if LL doesn't comply with damage claim procedure. I suggest you review pamphlet I have linked.See question