They are making me sign a buy out release form where I have to pay 2 months rent (buy out of 60 days) plus a $600 fee also
Leaving before the lease is done leaves you liable for the remaining months, or at least until they re-rent.See question
I'm apparently at $325 and counting after 10 days...I didn't have any clue when I was going to actually be evicted since I never was given any paperwork aside from the initial court date paperwork. And my landlord told me half hour before constab...
You should have come to see one of us long ago. The time to challenge his treatment of the rent obligation was at the eviction hearing, which it sounds like you did not attend. It was not the landlord's responsibility to tell you when the constable would be coming. You are responsible for "reasonable" storage fees. There is nothing in the law limiting you to three hours to get your stuff out, but he can require reimbursement before you do so. Pay the storage fee and get your things out.See question
I was served with a immediate lease termination notice by my landlord. The notice falsely claims that I am participating in illegal activity (material breach) and that i must move out immediately. The claims are not verified by any police or on si...
Without knowing more of the facts, it is difficult to give you an opinion. You need to see a lawyer.See question
I called to ask my property manager if I can get a rate on my last months rent as I will only be staying 23 of the 31 days in January 2017, per my lease agreement. They started by saying that since this is not within 60 days of the last day, that...
If the lease say 60 days, you are bound by that. You don't have to stay, but you do have to pay for that month. As for the 100 fine. only if required by the lease.See question
The judge did not recuse himself as he should have and ruled in favor of the plaintiff, so what is the procedure to remedy this situation?
Make sure you've got a good basis first. The fact that they were at the same event does not necessarily suggest bias or even contact.See question
Because the language say "plan to" and not "shall", "will" or another mandatory type of word does this REQUIRE the parties to form a business? Nothing else in the contract says anything that commits the parties to forming a business.
Does not sound like a binding obligation, but you need for a lawyer to review the contract.See question
Is a provision the same thing as a clause (i.e. a small subsection in a contract that's a sentence or two) or could it be a whole section of a contract (i.e. several subsections that are grouped together)? This assumes there's an official definit...
No fixed definition, but the first is the generally accepted definition.See question
If I filed a motion in limine and the plaintiff filed a response am I to file a reply?
A reply is usually advisable. The purpose is to address the new arguments raised in their response.See question
We moved out of rental and didn't the move out inspection with the landlord on November 30th, we also turned over possession that day. Today is the 14th business day and he has not returned our deposit or sent an itemized statement. What do we do ...
Even though the statute says only that you have to make demand for your security deposit, many Justice Court judges, almost all of whom are pro-landlord, require that the demand be in writing to trigger the 14 days. That attitude may cost you treble damages if you did not put your demand in writing. But you can still sue for any portion of the deposit that was wrongly withheld. See a lawyer.See question
For a solid month now, I have been having to deal with constant 48-hour notices to enter my unit. These have been on the basis of supposed pest control, but in the past, that seems only to have taken one incidence even when they are spraying for m...
Weekly visits could go either way. It will probably depend on how legitimate the reasons for the visits are.See question