You should ask the landlords permission for anything permanant that you do to his house. To avoid problems, read lease, check with landlord. Your lease probably has a clause about the landlord having the right to make "emergency" inspecitons, even if you aren't there. As a locksmith, I've never dealt with a landlord who didn't want a key to his house. As long as the landlord doesn't have to pay for it, most don't care if you change the locks as long as the quality isn't less than he had and he gets a key. As for changing the locks, do you mean instaling ew locks or rekeying the existing ones? If the lock is ok, it's a lot cheaper to have the key combination changed than buy new locks. Go back to the lease contract. Anything not specifically discussed in the lease contract is open for discussion. --------------------------------------------------------------- I too am a Locksmith (ALOA) and forget anything in any contract that says that the landlord must have a key. You, as a renter, are entitled to complete privacy rights. This means that you do not have to allow entry to the landlord without his or her prior notification as to a specific time and day. BUT.............If the landlord does not have a key and there arises a problem that could have been counteracted or lessened if the landlord could gain immediate entry (a burst water heater for example), you COULD be held liable. This would become a CIVIL Court case and you would still probably win. To sum it up....The landlord has NO right to enter your rented space. The landlord does NOT have the right to allow entry of the Police without your consent. This may vary in some states but as a rule of thumb privacy rights are universal. Y-THINK-Y
That shoud be spelled out clearly in a rental agreement before a tenant agrees to a rental situation. Sometime yes, sometimes no. Generally in a single family residence the tenant will be held responsible while a multi family residence such as an apartment or condo it will be the landlords responsibility. It is decided by the landlord on a case by case basis.
Either your last name or Skywalker.
A single family residence is a home designed for only one family to reside in. This is much unlike apartment buildings or duplex's that can house two or more families.
Generally presidents have an 'official' residence. What and where that residence is would depend on which country you are referring to.
No, a family residence should not be placed into a family limited partnership. A family limited partnership must have a business purpose. Putting your family residence into a family limited partnership will result in the loss of the limited liability these entities have, and if used for estate planning purposes, will result in the Internal Revenue Service disregarding the entity completely.
The password feature is used for people who try and change settings without permission. There is no way to change any family settings on Xbox 360 without the password.
The residence of Valentine Rossi/s main residence is in Urbino in Italy. He has lived around the world but returned there to live with his family in recent years.
Normally yes, in a multi-family setting
Buckingham palace and Windsor castle
The Bates Family.
Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the British Royal Family.
Building the president's residence for family and staff.
The White House in Washington, DC is a place of government, business and is also the residence for the president and his family.
When performed for medical reasons, autopsies require formal permission from family members or the legal guardian
The Lucas family lived at a home they called Lucas Lodge, which was about a mile from Meryton.
Yes. Being in school has nothing to do with it. * State compulsory education laws do apply to minors regardless of the legal age of majority. The legal age of majority in all states except for one is 18, in Nebraska it is 19. Regardless of the state's laws for compulsory education, all minors must have parental permission to drop out of school or change residence when they are under the state's legal age of majority.
Ask his family. Contact his family or something online
When you are renting it out as a business.
Yes. Many of the family members still own homes in Utah, and Donny's permanent residence is in the Provo area.
The visa for Germany is not necessary.