The 'duties' vary from state to state. You may want to search 'landlord tenant law in (state).' This will have a very specific outline...covering many topics. If you are under a lease, also make sure to read that carefully, as sometimes there are clauses in there that are not covered by the states mandates.
This is specified on your lease or rental agreement. If there is a co-owner and the original landlord is unable to fufill their duties the responsibility would fall on the other owner.
The landlord certainly can.
It is in violation of the landlord tenant act for a landlord or potential landlord to contact your employer and ask them to discuss their wages.
No. In the estoppel that your old landlord signs to the new landlord the security deposit is turned over to the new landlord, who keeps the deposit where it is now, or tells you where your deposit will be located.
Landlord Property Insurance is insurance that a landlord should have on any properties that he or she owns. Landlord insurance will protect the landlord from any damage that may happen to the property as well as any liability claims that may be made against the Landlord.
The role of managing agent today requires a professional approach. A managing agent should have a know-how of landlord and tenant law, basic accountancy, safety regulations and construction.
I have to pay rent to my Landlord
A new landlord has to have received the security deposit from the old landlord during the process of the closure of the sale of the property. The new landlord is responsible for that security deposit.
The cast of The Landlord - 2011 includes: Mike Akers as Landlord
Eat, drink, and be merry!! Just kidding. the landlord has to provide you, in general, a safe, decent, and sanitary home/property to rent. They cannot lock you out of your unit for any reason without a court order. And any appliances they provide they must maintain in good working order.
landlord = male landlady = female
Our landlord is going to raise the rent again. I complained to the landlord about the leaky pipes.
If your landlord is selling the house you have to continue paying the rent for it, whether to the old landlord or to the new one. Your old landlord will give you notice about when they have sold the property, and the new landlord will give you instructions on how to pay them the rent.
If you sub-lease a unit, then the tenant that leases to you is considered your Landlord. Their landlord is NOT the sub-lessee's landlord. The master landlord, who usually does not allow subleasing, is not bound by the Landlord/Tenant Act toward the sub-lessee. So if they kick out your sub-landlord, they are kicking out EVERYONE. The master landlord cannot lock out his tenant unless they legally evict that tenant. Since a sub-lessee doesn't have the same rights, then they too are locked out.
There is no obligation for a landlord to take Section 8.
A landlord is generally a person owns property for rent. A tenant is someone who rents property from a landlord.
yes your landlord can.
Anything they want, seriously....
You can get (sue) anyone for slander: your landlord is no different.
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One landlord, several landlords.
The duration of The Landlord - film - is 1440.0 seconds.