Iandlord end tenancy didn't file eviction I gave stop rent letter no reaction email him I'll pay when up to code and habitable told him yard was a fire hazard hasent came never said up for sale ,its for sale!
The landlord can serve the tenant with an eviction notice.
The question becomes what evidence is there to show the landlord's reasons for the eviction were unlawful.
I recommend you meet with a local attorney who represents tenants as soon as possible to discuss your case and preserve your legal rights.See question
GEICO is technically who they are suing, correct? Should we hire our own lawyer, or let GEICO handle it? The kid was going too fast on a skateboard, without a helmet, and ran into the side of our truck. He was pretty hurt, but nothing permanent...
My colleague is right. Let GEICO with all of its resources do what you pay good money for them to do - cover you for lawsuits against you!
If GEICO suspects that you may be liable for the injured party's harms and losses in an amount that could be more than you policy limits, they will send you a letter telling you to consult with a different attorney.
Check your policy as most insurance companies pay you a nominal amount for your time IF you have to attend trial.
Also if you have any harms and losses from the crash that have not been paid for by Geico, like damage to your car or a deductible, the you need to file a cross-complaint against the party suing you when the attorney hired by Geico files a written response with the court to the lawsuit. You should consult with a different attorney on that issue for guidance.See question
Becomes that he bought and don't have way to fix to code ends lease. Dozen fix anything grass is a jungle doesn't even come ask for rent what now its like abandoned most likely selling apartments
Again, take advantage of free consultations offered by many local attorneys in the Fresno area.See question
Been at apartment s not to code 5 years new landlord just walked up said he bought them was promised remodeling becouse not habitable then ended are tenancy but when call for walk thrue to get my deposit said didn't know what he was going to do w...
If you have a written rental agreement you need to meet with a local attorney immediately to discuss your rights. Most attorney's offer free or no-cost consultations.See question
We gave stop rent letter for inhabitants also would like to sue for implied warranty of hability
I do not quite understand your question. If you have a written lease agreement that contains an attorney's fee clause that may increase the interest in your case. Call a local attorney right away.See question
I moved into a house to rent in January. The lease agreement states that tenants are responsible for taking action to prevent pest infestations. We treat our dogs regularly for fleas and ticks with baths and medicine. In the end of February we beg...
The question that needs to be answered is, "Is it more likely than not your landlord's actions that caused the tick problem?" Has anyone told you the ticks were not at the rental residence before you moved in? Maybe the neighbors could tell you whether the prior tenant's had problems with ticks? Maybe someone can even give you the former tenant's name(s) an you can contact the former tenant(s) your self? One you get these factual questions answered, you will know whether or not you can sue for the infestation.See question
I was involved in a hit and run. The person that hit me did not stop. I was able to get his license plate and filled a police report. The police sent him a letter but he has not responded so what happens next? I have minor injuries, a deductible t...
Make sure to notify the DMV about the crash if there was at least $750 in property damage, which is not hard to reach these days. You can do this by filling out a DMV form SR-1 from the DMV's web site. If the other driver is uninsured, she will get a letter staying her license will be suspended for failure to have proof of insurance.
If you have full coverage, turn it over to your insurance and they will go after the other driver's insurance company. If you do not have full coverage, then file a small claims complaint if your claim is worth no more than $10,000. It is fast, you won't have to pay a lawyer and there are alot of resources to help you. The only down side to filing a small claims case is you are stuck with the court's decision and cannot challenge it if it goes against you.
Don't delay as you have until the second anniversary of the crash to file suit or your right to do so may forever be lost.See question
We moved in the property in 2005, left in 2012. When we left we were basically month to month all though nothing was signed or discussed. Late 2014 we receive a debt letter, we disputed and asked for proof of said damages as we do not believe they...
It is not clear to me who sent you the debt letter. I agree that you must act quickly or, even if the other party is in the wrong, you may get a judgment against you. I suggest you contact a local attorney and bring all the documents to his or her office so he or she can help sort things out for you. Do this ASAP with out delay.See question
I was looking for parking in a parking lot when one opened ahead of me on my right. I saw that this other car already had it's signal, so I waited for him to pull into the spot, then I went past him while I still looked. I quickly noticed that two...
If there is any bodily injury or property damage of more than $750 you must report to DMV within 10 days on its SR-1 form.
Holding off on reporting to your insurance company could cause it to deny coverage if the claim later gets turned over to your insurance.
If you have a policy with a local agent then let the agent know and get the agent's advice. If no agent and the other driver responds and you pay the damage them just make sure (s)he signs a release of claims to reach closure. There are self help legal forms at the public library you can look at to draft the release.See question
A lady stopped in front of me with damage on her car that just from photos you can tell isn't from me, she refused to trade insurance info, but agreed on exchanging licenses, she kept insisting I pay her 500$ right then and there. I said no, I gav...
Apart from the facts of the case, look at the date the lawsuit (complaint) was filed with the court. The statute of limitations is the last day to file the lawsuit. The lawsuit can be served after the statue of limitations has expired.
Turn this over to your automobile insurance company as soon as possible and let them deal with it. That is what you pay insurance preimums for isn't it?See question