Yes, a lease is a signed contract
It depends on the terms of the lease that is in effect now. If you have a lease that does not allow for a sub-lease (or whatever you are trying to do), then yes, you will have to get the agreement of the landlord before sub-leasing.
Move out of the apartment, let them keep your deposit. Or you can, with the landlord's permission, assign the lease to someone else to take over.
If you already signed the lease, you are subject to the terms of the lease and/or any penalty the leasing document states for early termination.
Not unless he or she signed the new lease.
The age of majority is the age. In Florida, like most states, that is 18 years of age. Prior to that a contract signed is not enforcable.
No they cannot. If they signed a lease that states a specific deposit and that deposit was paid, they cannot retroactively increase the deposit. If they continue to demand the extra payment of a security deposit, inform them to stop contacting you and that your lease is active and you're not consenting to any changes to it.
Being on a lease has nothing to do with it. If they are living there, lease or not, you have to evict them as you would someone who was already on the lease. first, give them written notice and follow through with your states eviction process.
If YOU, his legal spouse, signed the lease - then he cannot be evicted. If no one ever signed a valid lease, then you can all be evicted.
Anyone on the lease or that signed the lease is legally responsible for the rent, unless otherwise noted in the lease.
If you signed it, then you're entitled to a copy. If you're referring to someone else's lease, then you have no right to a copy. If someone wants to give you another person's lease, that doesn't violate any law I know of.
If they haven't paid any money to you, or signed any contract you can just tell them they have to leave
Normally a security deposit is paid before the lease is signed. Once your lease is mutually signed then you have the right to move in.
In most states if you accept an apartment, move in it, and pay the rent, it is an agreement to the acceptance of the terms and conditions on the lease, whether signed or not. If the landlord gives you the keys and accepts the rent, it is an agreement on his part of the terms and conditions, whether signed or not.
No, a lease does not need to be notarized. It merely needs to be signed by all agreeing parties (the landlord/tenants).
You cannot be sued unless you signed the lease or signed something else promising to guarantee it in some way.
yes as long as its in the lease
under no circumstances. it is better to write void on the previous lease if it is not signed by the tenant. ONCE signed by the tenant, there is a legal contract in place.
A 'let' is probably referring to a lease (rental of a house) and therefore 'let agreed' on a sign means that someone has said they will sign a lease to rent the house and expect to be moving in shortly (ie the house is no longer available but the lease is still to be signed). Once the lase IS signed the sign will be change to just "let".
if it says in your lease that they can - did you read it before you signed it ??
He signed a two year lease for his first apartment.
Your daughter would have no legal obligation to pay the lease, unless her name is on the lease and she was over eighteen when she signed it. Otherwise the lease you signed is not enforceable against your daughter.
For the rental lease agreement to be valid in the United States court of law it has to be signed by the Landlord and Tenant.