no. late fees are actually illegal. more to come.
what can a landlord charge to move in a California house rental?
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I believe it is 2 month's rent.
Yes: as long a you are a tenant in a dwelling at the hands of a landlord, you are renting from him and must pay rent.
no usually you have a water bill, if not then he or she might it all depends
A lewd conduct charge stays on the California criminal record for the lifetime of the perpetrator. This type of charge and all other charges that were not expunged from a record, remain on the record for life.
It may depend on how the lease was terminated but unless the charges are based on a previous agreement, the landlord cannot spring this on you.
yes, each tenent can have there own agreement, up to you to neg best rates
If a cat damages a rental property, the landlord can charge you for it. They will usually take it out of the security deposit.
He used to charge 1500.
The freight charges can be listed as HANDLING and that would be better. To call it Freight Charges is NOT illegal UNLESS applying for INSURANCE and listing the freight charges as part of the value of the item(s) being shipped.
A neutral charge... No charge at all.
If you break the lease, your landlord can charge you the amount of rent for the apartment or unit during the time it is left unoccupied up until the dwelling has been rented out or until your lease expires, whichever comes first.
Yes, a landlord in Connecticut can charge first, last, and a security deposit to renter.
electrons have negative charges protons have positive charges and newtrons have no charge.
It is unseemly that a landlord can charge a tenant for other than the items listed in the lease. You can pay them and take your landlord to landlord-tenant court for reimbursement, or you can approach a landlord-tenant advocacy to find the answer that you want.
A battery loses its charge over time. You need a new battery.
I am not sure if the rule varies by state but the landlord can't charge any fees other than state regulated late fees and court cost if evicted, unless it's stated in your lease. You would have to be informed of any changes at least 30 days prior to the charge being assessed.
The charges of an atom are, protons are positive (+). Neutrons has a neutral charge or no charge(0) and electrons have a negative charge (-).
The five types of charges that can be applied to a battery are: initial charge, normal charge, equalizing charge, floating charge, and fast charge.
I'm no lawyer but... If a landlord may charge a pet deposit at all, then surely they can change it for an animal in a tank.
Negative charges.Negative charges.Negative charges.Negative charges.
The overall charge is neutral.
Electrical charges are conserved, meaning that any net electrical charge was present since the beginning of the Universe. I would expect the net electrical charge of the Universe to be zero; it is also possible to get electrical charges by separation of charges. That is, if you have a charge of 0, you can separate it into a charge of +1 and a charge of -1; the sum of the two charges is still zero.
You can easily find the charge by adding number of positive charges and number of negative charges. Just keep in mind the convention that a unit positive charge is +1 and a unit negative charge is -1.So the answer for your question is = 9 + (-11) = -2which means net charge is 2 negative charge.