I'm not a lawyer, but I'll attempt a general answer. You can't sue the landlord for breach of contract if your name isn't on the lease. But, if you're suing him for negligence (for example, if he failed to maintain the stairs and you fell), it doesn't matter if you're a legal tenant or just a visitor. Also, in many cities, if you sublet from a legal tenant, you have the same rights they do. Probably best to consult a lawyer. If you don't have money, the legal aid society in your town should be able to help you.
I don't know of any state whose statutes require A/C.
Can a landlord remove somebody without a tenancy agreement? Sure!! A tenancy agreement, however, doesn't have to be written. As long as the landlord accepts money from a tenant for the right to live on the property or unit, the tenancy agreement exists. If the landlord wants to terminate the tenancy he may do so but only with proper notice. For example if the tenancy is month-to-month then the landlord can only terminate the tenancy if written notice is given at least 30 days before the next rent is due. If the tenancy is week-to-week, then a week's notice must be given before the next rent is due, to terminate such tenancy. A landlord may also remove someone whose name is not on a lease or any other tenancy agreement. This wouldn't require such notice because that type of person doesn't have the same rights as the original tenant.
It is the person whose name the electric is under, whether that's the tenant, the landlord, or a third-party.
In general, only authorized drivers as specified on the rental contract are allowed to drive rental cars. This includes the person whose name is on the contract, and any additional persons specified on the form. A spouse is often included automatically (best to ask). If you drive a rental car that you are not authorized by contract to drive, and something happens to the car, the person whose name is on the contract will be held responsible.
If you are not an authorized driver on the rental contract, the person who rented the car (whose name is on the contract) is liable for the damages. You might want to find a place to hide because that person will be looking for you to deliver a fresh can of whoop-ass afterward.
A guy whose about to be shown whose boss
Actually they can, but they usually do this to tenants whose checks have bounced. If a landlord asks for cash they must issue a receipt.
Yes, you have to pay rent to a landlord whose property is in default. As long as the landlord still has control over the property he can still collect rent from you and evict you if it's not paid. A foreclosure of a home is a matter between the owner of the home and his lender, not the tenant.
Laws vary by state, but in most states, this would be illegal, and would subject the landlord to civil penalty, probably three months rent for a breach of quiet enjoyment. But it's not just a violation of the tenancy; it is a violation of the personal property rights of another person. The landlord can be sued for damages including the entire value of the car that was illegally removed, regardless of whose car it is.
It all depends on the land regulation Act under whose jurisdiction the property falls.
Who is referring to a person and whose is referring to the possessive person aka the person who owns the noun
i borrow my girlfriend rental car and i hit a fence they want to repair it should i go though my car insurance whose responsible
Joseph Stalin and the Soviet Union
Go to that address, knock on the door, and ask the person who answers the door what their surname is.
A person whose arteries to the heart become clogged has a cholesterol.
a Chinese person is a native of China, or a person whose parents are natives of China.
Will the person whose car is parked in front of the gate please move it.
Regardless of the situation: renter, landlord, apartment building or condominium situation, the first priority is to address the clean-up. Then, phone your broker and turn the issue over to your broker, who will collect all the insurance participants to decide who pays for the clean-up. (Clean-up and paying for clean-up may be separate issues.) The insurance stakeholders will determine whose deductible is due.
Who, Whom, and Whose must always refer back to a person, not an object. What is always used for objects, not persons.Whose Bible is this?I didn't know whose car this was but I had to find out who owned it.
Determine the weight of a person on the Moon whose weight on the Earth is 183 lb.
The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed.The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed.The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed.The person whose name you seek to remove must convey their interest to you by a deed.