If a grandmother leaves her daughter her home can the daughter be charged rent by the landlord?
Yes, if I understand your question. The grandmother didn't own the house, so she was a renter and if the daughter moves in she will be the renter. Therefore she can be charged rent.
Attraction and repulsion, in physics means, is when two objects attract and repel one another. For example, an When a negatively charged rod is brought near an electroscope with negatively charged leaves, the leaves will repel. Same goes for when a positively charged rod is brought near an electroscope with positively charged leaves, the leaves will repel. But if a negatively charged rod is brought near an electroscope with positively charged leaves, the leaves will… Read More
that the Landlord will follow the law. if the tenant leaves the house in good condition, the landlord must refund the entire amount of security deposit.
If the tenant made it dirty, he should clean it. If the tenant moves out and leaves it dirty it should be charged against his cle aning deposit. Anything else needs to be spelled out in the rental agreement.
The leaves become charged with the same polarity and repel each other.
You know that it is charged if the leaves rise.
they are not charged
No. There is only one connection for the leaves. They are either charged (spread apart) or not charged (not spread apart).
Removal of an electron from an atom leaves a positively charged ion.
They hang limp.
The charged object charges both leaves of the electroscope with like charges and like charges repel.
If a postivively charged rod is brought near the knob of a positively charged electroscope the leaves of the electroscope will?
When you bring a positively charged rod near a metal leaf electroscope the leaves spread farther apart What charge is on the electroscope?
positive, when the leaves of the charged electroscope move farther apart they have the same charge.
You might be asking if this is slander. It is slander, if someone says something about you, to another, and that statement is false, and causes you some loss. If what he tells the new landlord is true, there is likely no cause of action for slander.
If there was a lease, the landlord has an obligation to try to rent the unit after the tenant leaves. If he is unsuccessful, the tenant owes for each month that the unit is vacant, through the end of the lease.
They both get charged with the same polarity, and therefore repel each other.
When a negatively charged rod touches the sphere of the electroscope, negative sharge spreads throughout the metal. Since the leaves are both negatively charged, the free ends repel and move away from each other. When a positvely rod touchs the sphere, negative charges move toward the sphere, causing the leaves to be positively charged. hope this helps :)
Seems to me, it depends. If the lease states that, in the event the parties agree to vacate the lease, the landlord can keep the deposit, then he probably can. But, a better rule is to ask if the landlord experienced a financial loss. If the tenant pays for January, then leaves January 15, and the landlord rents the place for February, then he has seen no loss, and should return the deposit.
Can landlord deduct from security deposit because a personal belongings were left in the home after lease expiration?
In a situation like this, this depends on what the lease says the landlord can deduct from the security deposit. Most landlords will charge a fee for cleaning the unit after the tenant leaves, unless the unit is cleaned by the tenant, to the satisfaction of landlord.
A father dies in Alabama has a will leaves house to daughter and girlfirend daughter daughter lives in house is exempt from paying taxes and daughter payes girlfriend half of payes who own house?
the 1000 sibling
The metal rod is a good conductor. Hence when we touch it will a charged electroscope,the repeling charges will flo through it and our body and reach th ground.so the charge disappears and the leaves collapse
The electrons in the electroscope are attracted to the positively charged object leaving the protons in the leaves to repel from each other .
Because when the charged object is say, negatively charged, the electrons in the electroscope want to get as far away as possible from the negative object because "like" charges REPEL. so when the electrons in the electroscope move to the leaves , they now are both negative and "like" charges so now the leaves want to get away from each other as well and that's why they separate.
The two leaves both attain a charge of the same sign, and since like charges repel the leaves spread apart.
When a positively charged rod is brought near a negatively charged disc of gold leaf electroscope then what happens to the divergence of the leaves?
first decreases and then increases i think so
The leaves would come closer than earlier
How much money would you earn if you raked leaves for 3 hours and 15 minutes and you charged 4 an hour and 7 to pick up the leaves?
That's a total of 20 including picking up the leaves.
Yes, he does have a family. Jose leaves behind a grown daughter.
When a tenant leaves after 4 yrs is that tenant responsible for replacing the carpet Or does the owner have to replace it after a 4 yr tenancy for the new tenants to move in?
The landlord can never charge for normal wear and tear. If the carpet is unfit for further use after 4 years, that's abuse, not normal wear and tear. If, however they just show their age, you cannot be charged, your duty is to have it cleaned, that's it. A landlord is only obliged to replace carpet that is no longer fit for use and that is not tied to any number of years, it is… Read More
Electrons are driven to the pair of leaves.
An electroscope detects the static electrical charge on an object. If an object with a electrical charge is touched to the knob on top this charge is transferred to the rod and in turn to the metal leaves in the jar. Opposite charged objects attract and same charged objects repel. The charge on both leaves is the same polarity so they repel each other.
Probably. A landlord has no right to enter without the tenant's permission, and being in the unit without the tenant present - even with the tenant's permission - is usually a bad idea. Therefore, if only the tenant has a key, the landlord is actually protecting himself from some liability. If the tenant changes the locks, he should save the original lockset, and put it back when he leaves.
The two metal leaves will repel from one another because the electrons will go onto the leaves making them repel.
He can be reported and charged as a runaway.
no way impossible My grandmother used tea leaves as a mulch in her garden, but planting a tea bag would not result in anything growing as all there is in a teabag is shredded leaves, you need seeds to grow a plant.
The same thing happens for both, if the electroscope is positvely charged it attracts electrons to the top and sends protons to the leaves causing them to repel and visaversa with negative.
Bcos it contains chemicals tht r positively charged
In order to identify the charge of a body we should use a charged electroscope. Let us say the electroscope is negatively charged. Now bring the unknown charged body 'X' near the cap of the electroscope. If the leaves diverge more the charge in 'X' must be negative. Suppose that the leaves close a little when 'X' is brought near 'C', then 'X' may have a positive charge or it may not have any charge… Read More
With fitting irony, Maurice leaves Isa pregnant with a daughter to carry on the cycle of gynarchy.
Charged tRNA is the tRNA that carries the anticodon strand to the A-site. Uncharged tRNA is the tRNA which leaves the ribosome through the E site (its amino acid is left in the ribosome)
Calcium donates two electrons (charged -2) in reaction with a nonmetal. Substracting this from the zero (of the non-charged element) it leaves the +2 charge of the ion Ca2+ Ca --> Ca2+ + 2e-
You may have given a security deposit when you moved in and that may be kept if it can be shown that you damaged the floor. If you feel it is not justified, you can go to small claims court and sue the landlord for it. If there is no security deposit, the landlord can try and make you replace it, but his only real option is to sue you for it. Most will not… Read More
no! she needs that love at home when you are gone that leaves her nothing for about a couple of hours
He leaves the newspaper on the porch every morning before we get up. and we think he may be getting interested in our daughter.
Free electrons get migrated right from one to the other which leaves those as oppositely charged.
It is an Ioinic compound so when dropped in water it breaks up and leaves charged particles [ ion ].
An ionic bond forms when one or more electrons from one atom are transferred to one or more other atoms. This leaves the first atom positively charged (a cation), and the other negatively charged (the anion). The electrostatic attraction between these oppositely charged ions is the ionic bond.
Usually within 21 days.The landlord must make the refund within 21 days after the day the tenancy ends. The tenant must give the landlord a forwarding address. If the tenant has to leave because the building was condemned, the landlord must return the deposit within five (5) days after the tenant leaves, again the tenant must give the landlord a forwarding address or delivery instructions. This does not apply if the condemnation was the tenant's… Read More
Your daughter moved out at the end of her one year lease Her roommate stayed in the townhome Can your daughter get her security deposit back even with her roommate in the townhome?
no because the roommate is still living there she would have to wait till her roommate leaves
How much of a security deposit must be returned if a month to month renter leaves and gives very little notice?
Possibly all. If the landlord fails to rent the unit (after trying), the landlord could use the entire deposit towards the next month. He would need to write a letter (in most states within 30 days) saying what he did with the deposit.
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