If you want a tenant out of the house, but your parents say he/she/them can stay, you need to listen to your parents. Yes, the tenant might be annoying, however, your parents are in charge, so you can't boot this miscreant tenant without their permission. However, talk to your parents, and tell them what is bothering you about this tenant. Ask your parents to talk to her, and tell her if she doesn't shape up, she will face concequences. You don't have to deal with a disrespectful tenant. If, however, her attitude is not the problem, just talk to your parents, and then, face the tenant, and try to understand and tolerate each other. You never know, you just might like her!
Sill Tenant House was created in 1870.
Furnace Hills Tenant House was created in 1850.
Most courts can only allow a tenant to stay if the tenant has the entire arrearage. Some courts won't even do that.
you don't have to.tf you don't wan't to
Legally, a life tenant is someone who has rights to the house only during their lifetime. A life tenant cannot leave the house to anyone by will because they do not have complete rights to the house.
they stay at this big house but there parent die in afire
If tenant 1 has assaulted in anyway tenant 2 then the police will be able to do something about it.
dude your stupid stay in you parents house
Surely it is the responsibility of the landlord unless: - the tenant introduced the termites to the house, or - this responsibility has been specifically assigned to the tenant in a written lease
Throw the party somewhere else... it's their house!
No, only through the parents. In the US, a minor cannot form a contract, therefore cannot be a tenant.
tenant workers on a plantation
The President of the United States is the tenant of the White House.
A trustee is not needed. However, a good landlord-tenant agreement would be highly advisable.
She certainly might if she now holds title.
The tenant or leaser.
depends if your parents know your friends parents and if they think its safe to stay at that's friends house.
No, so long as both the child's parents and the owner of the house agree to the stay.
Unless someone other than the child's parents has legal custody, I see nothing illegal about this.
For as long as they pay their rent
Yes, if she has the permission of her parents or a court order. Otherwise she will have to stay until she is 18.