Of course you can. If it is a large apartment complex or upscale home where a credit check is run, they may decline to rent to you just as if you had bad credit. Most of the time after bankruptcy that's the only way to get a residence.
Generally..if you're renting a home and do not owe any back rent than you can stay in the home..especially if you have a lease but if you are behind in rent than you can declare that debt in bankruptcy but it is up to the landlord whether or not he/she wants to let you stay.
Rent is not covered under bankruptcy: a landlord still has the right to collect rent and evict tenants who don't pay.
It depends. If you declare bankruptcy on another house while you are living in your formal house, no you don't lose your formal house. If you declare bankruptcy on your formal house, you get your house foreclosed, or taken away by the bank. ----
Yes, you are not required to be unemployed to declare bankruptcy.
When you are declared as bankrupt you still have to live somewhere so yes you may still rent a property for yourself to live in but you are not permitted to own one .Actually you can rent and you can also own a home when you declare bankruptcy. Bankruptcy allows an individual or family a car, a place to live, utilities. You can even have TV and internet while in bankruptcy. Everything that one needs to live a normal life. You just can't have excess. Like money or vacations, recreational boats and stuff of that nature. You should do an internet search about bankruptcy and you will find out that it can help those who are really down and out.
Yes you can file bankruptcy. However the "rent to own home" is not owed by you and is still owned by the "landlord". You can continue with the "rent to own" or walk away. Bankruptcy is an entitlement to citizens for debt relief
The landlord's bankruptcy has nothing to do with the tenant. The tenant still owes the rent.
Yes, you still pay rent, because being bankrupt does not entitle you to free housing.
Sure! Rent is not a bankruptcy issue.
He isn't. Even if a landlord file for bankruptcy, he is still entitled to collect the rent from tenants. If the property is in foreclosure, the landlord still have the right to collect rent from the tenant, until such control is passed on to the foreclosing entity. Conversely, if the tenant files for bankruptcy he is still obligated to pay the rent to landlord, although he may be no longer obligated to pay any back rent if such arrears is part of the bankruptcy list.
Anybody can file for bankruptcy.
One can declare bankruptcy by getting a lawyer and having them help you declare. You can also go to the bank and asking a manager for help declaring bankruptcy.
Yes. If you declare bankruptcy you must declare all cards, loans, assets and debts.
First thing you need to do if you want to declare bankruptcy is get credit counseling and see if this is what you should do. If you do decide to declare bankruptcy you need to file with the courts. Bankruptcy doesn't take away all debts such as child support.
You can declare bankruptcy due to credit card debts, yes.
It is necessary to declare bankruptcy when a person cannot afford to continue paying for bills and other things they need. A person may declare bankruptcy if their business is not making any money.
They should still pay rent.
When a tenant files for bankruptcy, this will apply to any money tenant owes. In the case of rents, which is not a form of credit, you still must pay to landlord your rent or face the probability of eviction. If you owe your landlord back rent and declare bankruptcy, then you can include this back rent as part of your debt. Back rent is considered a form of credit, because you owe this money to your landlord and he has continued to grant you the right to stay there. It should be noted that whenever a landlord commences eviction proceedings against a tenant, it is never on the grounds of owing back rent. Your landlord's claims against you in small claims court covers that issue.
I am not certain about other states, but in Texas you can. I believe this is the case nationwide, but you should consult a bankruptcy attorney in your state to be certain.
Your bankruptcy has noting to do with your tenant. If you were not filing, he would still owe you the rent.
Bankruptcy is a process where a business or an individual can declare themselves unable to pay their debts. Although Congress itself cannot declare bankruptcy, it formulates the laws that govern it.
A person will have to hire an attorney if they want to declare bankruptcy. An attorney will be able to guide each person through the process