If you have brought someone into your apartment as a kind deed and helped them move in but now you want them out can you simply tell them to go and if they refuse can you put their things out?
This is a tough situation depending on where you live there is such a thing as squatters rights. If they have been in your home for more than thirty days and refuse to leave you might have a problem. Your best bet is to find a way to reason with them and get them to move out. If this is impossible you might end up going to court.
Can an apartment complex refuse to rent an apartment to you if you have filed for bankruptcy in the state of Florida?
If the apartment is leased in your name only, you simply tell him to go! If he doesn't, call the authorities because by law he has to go on your request. If the apartment is leased in his name you can't make him leave - but he can make you go. If it's in both of your names, you have a problem and will have to sort it out either amongst yourselves or with mediation…
What happens eventually to household refuse after it has been thrown into the refuse bin or down the chute in Singapore?
If someone breaks a law that isnt a felony and an officer asks for his license the suspect is required to give it to him My question is if they refuse to give a license will they be brought to jail?
If you referring to the Christian song with the chorus; "I don't want to live like I don't care. I don't want to say another empty prayer. Oh I refuse to, sit around and wait for someone else, to do what God has called me to do myself. I could choose not to move; but I refuse!" The song is I Refuse by Josh Wilson.
My apartment complex property manager refuses to renew my lease and has threatened me to move out because I am a single occupant of a two bedroom apartment lease holder do they hold a legal right?
The property manager has a legal right to refuse to extend a lease once it is up. However, you should look at the language in your contract. Make sure that they gave you a proper notice in accordance with you lease. If they did not, you will likely be able to stay in the apartment for at least another month.
Can an employer refuse to hire someone who was charged with a felony but the charges were dismissed?
Unfortunately all apartment complexes check for credit but some of them will work with you. They may charge you one or two months rent as a security deposit to ensure that you wont break your lease or refuse payment. I would try to rent from a private person if you don't want your credit ran by an apartment complex.