If house you rent is being foreclosed can you put rent money in bank instead of giving to landlord?
DO NOT give money to the LL befiore you speak to the bank.
You may have to make payments directly to the bank.
If that is your obligation, and, if you mistakenly give the money to the LL instead then you may end up owingthe money to the bank who won't bother chasing after the LL for you. It will be your problem to come up with the money.
If your landlord forecloses on his own home does it affect another piece of property and home he owns that you are renting from him?
An owner doesn't foreclose on his own property. He gets foreclosed on by his mortgage company for a property. His being foreclosed may effect more than the specific property being foreclosed. It depends on several factors, including how much the initial property sells for compared to the debt he has on it, and if less than the debt, what other assets he has to satisfy the deficiency.
If the house is being foreclosed can the landlord sue you for tresspassing even when you pay your rent?
If the association is participating in a bankruptcy process as the petitioner, the association needs your participation. If, however, your unit is being foreclosed upon, read your governing documents to determine whether or not you still qualify to participate as a director -- your ownership now being overshadowed.
There are several circumstances under which a landlord may enter without the permission of the tenant: 1) Emergencies: fire, burst water pipe, etc. 2) To do scheduled work, after giving required notice, e.g. 24 hours and in writing. 3) To show the unit to prospective tenants (if the current tenant is leaving or being evicted). 4) The tenant abandons the property (an eviction case, really). If it is not an emergency, the landlord may enter…
You are residing in a home that was issued notice of default The landlord for months has promised to fix things but yet nothing is done Is he legally in the right to collect renton a foreclosed home?
Okay, we need to compartmentallize here: 1. The house is being foreclosed 2. There are things that need to be fixed here and the landlord promised to fix them Issue number 1 is between the landlord and his lender, not the tenant. So as long as the landlord has control of the property, he still can collect rent from the tenant and evict the tenant for non-payment of the rent or for other violations of…
There is no law requiring a landlord to give a walk through before keeping a deposit. However, if the landlord did not give a walk through, it is easy for the tenant to argue that the landlord is lying because there is no proof that the damage being claimed by the landlord really existed at move-out.
Hello, guys. Eviction is the removal of a tenant from rental property by the landlord. The term eviction is the most commonly used in communications between the landlord and tenant. In some jurisdictions, it may also involve the removal of persons from premises that were foreclosed by a mortgage. I have no more idea about this. Recently I go through rocketeviction.com, which offers quick, efficient Nevada eviction services for apartment complex owners, high-rise condominium owners…
Without the tenant knowing? Certainly. Being sued often comes as a surprise. Without the landlord knowing? ... that would be more difficult, but it's possible that someone in the landlord's office initiated the suit based on standard policy without the landlord being personally aware of the details.
What identification can a potential landlord legally ask of a potential tenant who is suspected of being illegal?
A landlord can certainly ask for ID to determine who he is dealing with. However, the person's citizenship or immigration status should never be the concern of a landlord. No landlord has any obligation (or authority) to deal with immigration issues. Furthermore, rejecting a prospective tenant based on immigration questions is surely a violation of the Federal Fair Housing Act, being illegal discrimination based in ethnicity.
Yes, he can. Avoid this kind of delay by being smart when renting. Always insist on a walk through both when first renting and before returning the keys when you move out. Take pictures as you go through the home. Keep receipts of carpet cleaning or other repairs you had done. Alternatively, you can provide evidence of prompt payment and professional references of your character. If the landlord keeps your deposit or later refuses references…
A tenant would file a law suit to get damages, to get something they are due that the landlord won't give them. If the landlord is overcharging, then the tenant would simply not pay the over-charge and tell the landlord this in writing with an explanation. If the landlord tries to evict, the tenant has a chance to explain in court why the eviction is wrong. If the judge agrees, the eviction will be denied…