Can a landlord serve a restraining order on a renter?
No. A landlord can APPLY for a restraining order on a tenant, but the Sheriff, Court Officer, or Process Server will perform the actual service on the renter.
How much time will you serve if you violated a restraining order if i am already on felony probation?
If you violated your probation sentence with a restraining order violation, (i.e.: disobeyed an order of the court) it is quite likely you will be sent to jail/prison to serve the remainder of your sentence.
Actually, restraining orders can be served anywhere, even in the wrong address, if and when you serve the proper person to whom the restraining orders applies to.
To obtain a restraining order you go to the county court for the county you live in. You must provide a vail reason to a judge as to why you need a restraining order. It is possible to have a restraining order for someone out of states but it is difficult to serve them the order so they are not always properly initiated.
You will probably serve time in juvenile detention center.
Through your attorney, the sheriff's department or a process server. wow a restraining order?! that's pretty harsh. well if your spouse was like really violent or somethin. Mail?
It is not up to the person who takes out the order to serve it. That is done by a court server. If the person being served can not be found, the order can not be served.
A petition for a restraining order must normally be filed in the same county where the defendant lives, because the court must have personal jurisdiction over the defendant.
What happens now that a parent has filed a restraining order against her son but has changed her mind and will not serve papers to her son?
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Best way is through your lawyer, or by the courts served by an officer of the court.
In my experience, restraining orders and domestic violence injunctions are served by the Sheriffs Office or other law enforcement-associated agency. They are not served by private individuals, attorneys included.
Yes, the landlord can - either by posting on the door or by handing notice to you. But to have better documentation, the landlord should send the notice by certified mail.
the police have to see if the stalker has had any past stalking times/ restraining orders
you have to serve someone a restraining order for 1 week Another View: "YOU" don't serve the individual - the Sheriff's Office or a court officer serves them. If they purposely avoid the service of the order it may prove problematic because, legally, they cannot be held in contempt of the order if it cannot be proven that it was served on them. HOWEVER- you can bet that SOMEONE knows where they are or where… Read More
Not a good idea. If the individual trying to serve you was unable to do so the first time around it is unlikely that they will just give up. It is true that they have to serve you however there are many ways to serve an individual (home, work, substitute) and they will likely find a way or the court will allow them to serve you by mail or some other form.
Yes. This is the beginning of the eviction process.
Can a landlord serve 2 months notice due to selling then back out of that and serve one month notice for being repeatedly late on rent?
The landlord can send the notice-to-quit for non-payment (14 days or less in most states), and not disturb the 2-month notice. They both remain in force.
What can can be done if a tenant doesn't pay his rent and it turns out that the tenant is an illegal alien?
The landlord should serve a notice to quit for non-payment of rent. The fact that the tenant is an alien has nothing to do with the landlord. The landlord who brings it up in court is a fool - the obvious question is, why did the landlord not act on that information before? Waiting to use that information in court is completely disingenous.
As a landlord in Indianapolis how can I collect rent from a tenant who is one and a half months late and won't return my calls?
First, serve a Notice to Quit.
Before the divorce? Not sure that you can if both names are on the deed/lease. Unless you can get a restraining order of some type. If your name is the only one on the deed or lease you would have to serve him an eviction notice.
Check the Landlord-Tennant laws in your state and municipality. It is possible you will need to serve her with eviction.
Can you file for a restraining order and not serve it and the restrained person still lived with you.And years later serve a DV-130 that is part of the 1st Restraining Order that was not served?
"You," as an individual, don't serve the other party nor do you have any say-so in the matter. If the order was issued by the court it is then forwarded to the Sheriff's Office for service. Most (all?) states have a certain time period (statute of limitations) during which court orders remain valid. If the original order was never served on the individual (for whatever reason), then there is no legal restraint upon their actions… Read More
Often the Police will not do anything until there is an order from a court giving Landlord permission to enter the unit and remove Tenant's personal items. If Landlord fears Tenant's reaction to this, Landlord can arrange, with the Sheriff's Department, for a police officer to be present. The officer him/herself cannot partake in the removal of the property. This all, of course, depends on your state's laws. Tenant's rights seem to be stronger than… Read More
Can a person serve as a board member of a home owners association and also serve as a representative of the mobile home parks residential landlord and tenant act in Arizona?
Your question is complex. (Maybe it's the punctuation.) First, if the park is an association that acts as a landlord for some of the park slots, then there may be a conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest, which must be avoided -- always. The residential landlord and tenant act in Arizona doesn't apply to associations; there's probably another legislative act that governs them. Read your association governing documents to determine… Read More
If I have a protective order and im trying to file for divorce can my spouse whom the restraining order is against fight the divorce?
You should pay for someone to serve him with divorce papers when you file , but if he does not sign, you will end up in court to get the divorce. There may be some requirements regarding the time between filing for divorce and the final decree. The argument will not be particularly about the restraining order, etc. but perhaps about child custody and visitation (if you have children) and that part may not be… Read More
The divorce has nothing to do with the landlord-tenant relationship. And, if there is a lease, and the rent is getting paid, there is no reason to evict. If the rent is in arrears, the landlord should serve the tenant a 14-day notice to quit, then (if needed) buy a summons and complaint from a court and have it served by a constable.
What happens if a landlord loses a rental agreement and the tenants have broken the lease by not paying?
If the rent is not paid, you need to serve a notice to quit. It doesn't really matter whether you have the lease.
Ofcourse NOT! Apartment Manager or GOD... This just isn't acceptable behavior. You should file a complaint with your landlord - or if it has become habitual - then contact your local precent (do NOT call 911 to file this type of complaint) file a complaint and put your Landlord on notice of your action. If it persists contact the police and this person will likely be cited and serve time (community service or jail time)… Read More
a land lord can serve you at any time with an eviction notice for non-payment of rent, vandalism, criminal acts and too many people and animals on his/her property. Normally they will give you 14 to 30 days to vacate, be prepared for a judgement against you, this will arrive with a bailiff and or a member of the police.
Normally you have the right to get a receipt upon your rent payment. However, if you paid by check or credit/debit card, the canceled check or the printer receipt may serve as your rent receipt. If you are applying for Government programs, such as SNAP, your landlord must cooperate fully in supplying the information needed to apply for such program.
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Normally a three-day notice is served on or after the rent is considered past-due: between three and five days, sometimes 10 days.
The landlord could commence an eviction for nonpayment of rent. In most states, he would serve a notice to quit for nonpayment of rent, often for 14 days.
PRETTY quick, especially if it's for non-payment of rent! First a landlord must serve the tenant a three-day notice. Time: 3 days Then the landlord must file the paperwork with the Clerk's Office: < 1 day Sheriff's deputy serves the eviction summons: This takes one day or two You have then FIVE days to answer the Summons, and the answer must accompany a money order or cash in the amount of the rent, in person… Read More
What options are available if a tenant refuses access to the landlord to perform repairs to dwelling?
First, the landlord has to give written notice to the tenant. Verbal notice really doesn't count. Also, the notice should indicate a specific time. If the tenant refuses, LL can go to court to ask for an injunctive order of entry. If it turns out that the tenant is causing serious damage, LL could ask the judge to order the tenant out, although this is severe. LL can also serve a full-rental-period notice-to quit, then… Read More
you call the police and have him arrested,(hopefully he will serve time) then you get a restraining order to keep him away from you, if he happens to break that rule you have him rearrested to do jail time. The biggest mistake you can make is to take him back, (even if he is the father) once a man (using the term loosely) hits a woman, there will ALWAYS be a second time! Run, from… Read More
In Canada if there has been several break-ins in the complex then the landlord has the right to change ALL locks, but the tenants must be notified and given a new key. The only other reason would be if the tenant has not paid their rent, then the landlord can change the lock on that particular apartment with the contents still in it until the tenant pays the rent. In the US a landlord cannot… Read More
I rented my condo to an individual and the rent and security deposit checks came back account closed. Tenant will not pay and keeps avoiding me.?
Sounds like a deadbeat tenant. SEE A LANDLORD-TENANT ATTORNEY IMMEDIATELY! You will need to serve a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit before you can proceed with an eviction. Check with your attorney on your state's law. If you do not have a landlord-tenant attorney, look for one in the phonebook who offers free consultations.
What is the legal time line before a landlord can impose late fees and what time line is there for a landlord to serve a perofrm or quit notice?
In every state that I know of, a notice to quit (for non-payment of rent) can be served the day after the rent is due. Late fees depend on the state. In Massachusetts, the rent must be 30 days late for a late fee to be imposed, and it has to be noted in the current rental agreement. However, there is no statutory limit on how much the fee can be.
you can go to your local sheriff's office and file an ex-parte, this should'nt cost you anything. they will serve your neighbor. if it gets too extreme then you can take the next step and file a restraining order at you local court house. i do not know what kind of filing fees they may charge. it is your civil right to live in peace! good luck! hope this helps.
through a legal pactitioner who is supposed to serve a 7 days notice to quit and recover of vacant possesion by the landlord served on the tenant.... This is after the tenant might have been give at least 3 months prior to quit notice service.
This depends greatly on the individual situation. For a prior owner, the new owner will serve a Notice to Quit, which can be anywhere from 3 to 30 days. For a renter, the new owner must honor any remaining lease agreements. With that being said, if the resident does not vacate, the new owner may sue them for unlawful detainer to have them removed. There have been examples of people using petitions and self-serve legal… Read More
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In each of four consecutive months if a landlord in Massachusetts passively accepts a monthly rent that's different than the monthly amount written in its lease - does the written amount become void?
Nice try! Eventually, the landlord will notice that you have not been exact and will settle up to get back to the originally agreed amount. No. In almost all cases, a written contract can only be altered in writing. If the tenant has paid less than the written amount, then the landlord should serve a 14-day Notice to Quit the day after the rent is due. If the tenant doesn't pay the total rent withing… Read More
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This can happen relatively quickly. In South Carolina, if a tenant does not pay his rent on time, the landlord has to give them a five-day notice to pay his rent or to leave. The rent may include any late charges if that's on the lease. If after five days a tenant doesn't pay the landlord can file an eviction, which is often served very quickly. The tenant must then answer the summons with cash… Read More
Well first of all..you the landlord "have to" serve the tenant with a 3 day eviction...this is Ohio law! Give the tenant reason why they have to vacate! The tenant then has 3 business days to vacate the premises...weekends can not be included in these 3 days! Then after the 3 days if they do not vacate the premises then you have to go to your county court system and request to file an eviction… Read More
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How much will the fine be for the 17 year old boy if he's charged for violating a restraining order and conspiracy to commit 1st degree murder-suicide on his 17 year old ex-girlfriend and himself?
Punishments are set by state laws and are not universal. Conspiracy to commit first degree murder is a quite an offense. The 17 year old will probably be charged as an adult, and he should be prepared to serve around twenty years if convicted.
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There's no such thing as a penalty. If a tenant fails to pay rent, the landlord can serve a Notice to Quit on the day after the rent is due. On the fifteenth day, if the tenant has not paid, the landlord can have a Summons and Complaint served by a constable, which sets up a court date about three weeks later. If the tenant has gotten a Notice to Quit for nonpayment in the… Read More