Does a lease end with the tenant's death?
When a tenant dies the death does not automatically end a lease. Each state has their laws with tenant deaths. In one state, the lease will end after 60 days of the death.
No. That was not a breach by the tenants. Read More
If this noise is a problem for other tenants, the landlord may be in violation of the lease with the other tenants. This would give them a reason to leave before their lease is up. Read More
Under the Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, tenants generally have at least 90 days to vacate after foreclosure. In most cases, tenants with longer-term leases may stay until the end of the lease. Read More
Today renting a property is one of the important sources of income for landlords. What are steps for screening tenants before signing a lease or agreement?
While renting your property, you need to ensure that your tenants are qualified for handling or residing in your property. Screening tenants helps you to get qualified tenants and you will get an opportunity to know your tenants better before signing lease or rental agreement.here are steps for screening tenants. Read More
Yes. A landlord can charge different rents for different apartments, since no two apartments are exactly the same. Also, if the old tenants think they are paying too much, they can leave at the end of the lease term. Read More
In most U.S. states, the nature end of the lease constitues notice, and a landlord can simply go to court and start a case the day after the lease ends. In fact, in Massachusetts, if the landlord has good reason to believe that the tenant is not planning to leave at the end of the lease (like if the tenant wrote them a letter saying so), the landlord can file an eviction case in the… Read More
That is up to the landlord. Read More
If it is included in the lease yes. Read More
Is a co signer responsible for property after end of lease if tenants still live in property and are on a month to month agreement in Missouri Lease does not say anything on regards to this?
If the lease has expired and the co-signer has NOT signed the month-to-month agreement, the co-signer should be off the hook. Read More
2 leases to same tenants or different tenants? please explain Read More
No , because the new tenant(s) are under a new contract i.e. lease agreement . Your contract ended at the end of your lease . If you sublet your apartment then yes you have a contractual obligation . Read More
How are security deposits refunded when one of the tenants remains at the apartment and the other is moving out?
usually the security is refunded at the end of the lease term. If one tenant moves out before the end of the lease, he'll have to wait until the end to get his security back. If the lease is up and one tenant moves out and the other one stays, the initial security payment should be refunded then and the tenant who stays should sign a new lease and put up a new security deposit. Read More
the lease will have to be honoured, if the tenants do not get along, then it could be broken by paying a penalty for the remainder of the lease when one or both move, if the lease is a month- to- month then a 2 month written letter must be signed by both parties to notify the landlord. Read More
No, a lease does not need to be notarized. It merely needs to be signed by all agreeing parties (the landlord/tenants). Read More
Only if the tenant has seriously or repeatedly violated the lease, or for non-payment of rent Read More
Tenants do not own land they just lease it from landlords. The length of the lease can be determined by the two parties. Read More
If two tenants that are married are named in a lease but only one person signed it is that lease valid?
Yes! The married couple is considered a "community" and are. . . . .both. . . . .liable for the rent and upholding the lease! Read More
If you are leasing a 3 bedroom condo to 3 different tenants and don't want to have 3 individual leases how many need to sign the lease agreement?
In order for the lease to be binding on a lessee, every lessee must sign. If the terms of the leases are the same, you can ask all three tenants to sign the same lease. If the terms and durations are different, a separate lease is recommended for each tenant. It is also recommended that you review your governing documents to determine whether or not it is legal for you to rent to three separate… Read More
Can the landlord break a lease before the tenants move in if its 28 days prior to the lease starting?
a landlord may not EVER break/violate a lease. [unless the tenant wishes it so] Read More
Yes, but only if the lease permits it or when the lease expires. There is a presumption that a purchaser of rental property will know the terms and conditions of every lease for current tenants. Read More
If you are getting a divorce can you break the lease with your tenants so you can move into the property?
Most leases have provisions for the owner giving notice if the tenants need to move. Usually it is 30 to 60 days and is written. Of course, it is more convenient to just not renew the lease. It may be cheaper and easier for you to move into an apartment in the interim and let the lease run its course. Read More
The tenant retains all rights given him in the lease made by the deceased landlord, but upon the expiration of that lease there are no guarantees of anything. Read More
Commonly, tenants will be responsible for the operation and repairs associated with the appliances used during the lease period. Read More
Yes, but you have to give them a 30 day notice to terminate tenancy. Read More
What rights do tenants have when they are living in the same building that a person who has committed murder?
You have the right to leave at the end of the lease, or, with a month-to-month tenancy, at the end of the next rental period, after giving proper notice. The thing is, that murderer has to live somewhere. Read More
There is no law that requires this, but some landlords do it as a favor to new tenants (good customer service). I am not aware of any law that prohibits tenants from changing the locks themselves, but you would need to check the terms of your lease to see if you are permitted to do so (especially for apartments). If you would like your locks changed before you move into a rental location, insist that… Read More
No, normally you can spend the money. If a tenant terminates a lease early the landlord can keep the security deposit and sue the tenant for loss if the unit is not re-rented by the time the lease would have expired. Read More
Can a landlord withhold security deposit if you do not let him show the apartment to future tenants before your lease expires?
Yes. That's the short answer, but it's usually a condition of your lease. Read More
Yes. You should do it carefully, however, so that there is no appearance of the lease continuing on a month-to-month basis. One month before the end of the lease, send a written letter to the tenant stating that you intend to terminate the lease on its expiring date. Do not accept any rent money for periods after the end of the lease or you have automatically renewed the lease on a month-to-month basis (the details… Read More
Can a landlord keep a tenants securtity deposit even if the tenant never signed a lease and never moved into the property?
Was the lease supposed to be a month-to-month lease or for a year or longer? Read More
In most states the landlord has to honor the terms of the lease until that lease ends, even if he plans to sell property. Read More
Why would they move out? Many new owners are happy to have bought a place with existing tenants. If the new owner does want the tenants to move, it depends on whether there is a lease. Some judges with consider the lease to be continued, especially if he knew about the lease at the time of the purchase. Massachusetts law specifically states that a month-to-month tenancy at will is continued. The new landlord at least… Read More
There is no year end to this lease, the lease will first end when US and Cuba both agree on the termination of the lease. according to the Platt Amendment, the lease is indefiant at the cost of 2000 USD a year. Read More
In the end of the lease, you can purchase end up possessing the lease or perform a fair market price lease when in the finish of the term, you buy the equipment for the need for in those days. Read More
A property lease in which tenants just pay rent. Landlord agrees to pay all expenses normally associated with ownership, such as taxes, insurance, & maintenance. Read More
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. Read More
Landlords can make their own rules on the property they rent. However, if they do not want tenants to use the backyard of the property, it must be set forth in the lease agreement. Read More
Typically, you will need to speak to the landlord and provide them with the notice required per the lease. If it's a tenancy at sufferance (month-to-month), you will need to provide 30 days notice. If it's a years lease, you're bound to the terms of the lease for one year, unless you can find a substitute to take over your lease. Read More
That's called subleasing, and it's frowned upon by the landlord, whose intentions in renting out the apartment is that he rents it to his lawful tenants, not to sub-tenants. You can be evicted if you break this rule on the lease. Read More
In essence, there is no lease. It's a month-to-month agreement, which is subject to the laws regarding landlords and Tenants in your state. If there is an original contract and that contract has expired, it is no good. Therefore there are laws in every state that regulates and enforce the rights of landlord and tenants. The laws have their own set of rules by which each side must abide, such as the payment frequency, laws… Read More
Yes. Foreclosed property should have no impact on tenants, especially if they have a lease. Read More
No lease? You would tell your tenants that you plan to sell. You would give them 30 or 60 days to move. You can't sell the house next Wednesday and expect them to be out by Friday. The tenants have legal rights to have a fair amonut of time to move. Read More
The "life tenants" can reside on the property for their lifetime. They are responsible for taxes, maintenance and any improvements they choose to make and are required to keep the property maintained in at least the same condition as when it was awarded. They cannot rent, lease, sell or transfer the property. Nor is the property subject to creditor attachment by the debts belonging to the "life tenants". Upon the death of the "life tenants"… Read More
The two types of vehicle leases are closed-end and open-end leases. A closed-end lease is a rental agreement that puts no obligation on the lessee (the person making periodic lease payments) to purchase the leased asset at the end of the agreement. Also called a "true lease", "walkaway lease" or "net lease". An open-end lease is a rental agreement that obliges the lessee (the person making periodic lease payments) to purchase the leased asset at… Read More
What can a tenant with no lease agreement do if another tenant with no lease agreement is affecting anothers tenants peace at home?
This is known as a neighbor dispute, not a landlord/tenant issue. While there may not be a formal lease, as long as both tenants have the legal right to occupy the dwelling or unit, they are both subject to the Landlord/Tenant laws of that state. However, disputes between neighbors have to be sorted out either in court or with police intervention if a crime has been committed. Read More
Yes my sister broke her lease due to a medical issue. You need to explain your problem to your landlord and chances are he will let you out of your lease. If he doesn't, go to landlords and tenants court and ask for a show cause petition to break a lease. Have documentation supporting your claims. Read More
You would either have to have a new agreement with the tenants where both of you are agreeing to terminate the lease early also signed by both, or you have to have grounds for eviction. Tenant may not be paying rent within time allowed stated in the lease or could do something that goes against terms agreed to by signing lease. Read More