What are the responsibilities of a renter and a owner?
Responsibilities of owner are given as under:
Owner should maintain the tenant's home in a good state of repair and fit for habitation.
Owner should provide proper electricity, gas and other home requirements.
Owner should provide secure environment to tenants.
Owner should collect affordable or suitable rent.
Responsibilities of tenants are given as under:
Tenant should pay rent on time.
Tenant should take care of cleanliness of home.
The answer technically is "NO" because the owner of the house pays the taxes. However, if it is stated in the lease that the renter signs, and the owner charges the property taxes, the answer would be yes. But, technically the owner legally pays property taxes on their home. If a renter signs a lease with this worded as such, the owner is scamming you and your rent will be higher than it should be… Read More
There is renters insurance, but it is on the items the renter has brought into the house/apartment. The owner has insurance on the building. Read More
If you are the Rent-ie (The person who is renting from the owner) or the Renter (The person who owns the property) Rentie- Nothing Renter- Its like a normal property. Read More
Since the renter is not the owner, the renter needs to notify the rental company immediately. The renter is also going to be held responsible for the impound fees and it could be several hundred dollars. Read More
It's not really a legalality issue unless there is a breach of contract. They can decide, betrween them, on whatever arrangement they want. It's more likely a contract issue with regard to the relationship of the booth renter and the owner and how they have that relationship set up. If the booth renter doesn't want to take gift certificates, write it in the contract. If the owner makes them do it anyway, it's a breach… Read More
The renter must sue the property owner in court and win. Then the renter can request a judgment lien from the court. The renter should also contact the local landlord/tenant agency first to find out about their rights as a renter in their particular jurisdiction. The agency may be able to help obtain a refund if one is due. The renter must sue the property owner in court and win. Then the renter can request… Read More
Yes, they can it really doesn't matter if the renter is not paying the owner has all rights to evict the renter. Read More
The house was probably sold as a rented unit which has more value to the buyer. He doesn't have to find a renter. If you were not notified that you were to move or if your contract was not changed by the new owner, then you broke the contract and can probably be sued. Read More
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If you're the renter, no. If you mean you're the property owner, if the renter was negligent and that negligence caused the your injuries, probably yes. Read More
At this level of legality and complexity, your association attorney should be involved. Essentially, the owner is responsible for enforcing the rental agreement. If the owner is in violation of the governing documents based on some action on the part of a renter, then the association can engage the owner for resolution. Read More
No only one HOH to a home. Read More
I would say yes. Since you are a renter and he is the owner . The owner of the property is libel for the repairs. Read More
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most renters policies only cover the personal property of the renter. The property owner typically carries insurance for the Hazard of Fire. Read More
If you are living in a property owned by another business or person, no. You have to contact the property owner and have them change the locks (or provide you with the new locks so you can change them). If you are the property owner and there is a person renting you can only change the locks after you've notified the renter about the change in writing. If you have evicted the renter and they… Read More
In the majority of states a creditor or collector can go to the residence of the debtor. However, the debtor or owner/renter of the residence can request that the person leave and not return. If said person does not comply, the residential owner/renter can enlist the assistance of the local police to have he or she removed from the property. Read More
If the owner allows it, try getting a roommate. Read More
Can a renter sue the owner of a home if the renter is injured while living there even if the owner is not at fault nor are they negligent?
If you sue, you will not win. The tenant must show that the landlord knew of a dangerous or unsafe condition and failed to fix it in a reasonable amount of time. Since the landlord was not at fault or negligent, then there is no case. Read More
No, you sue the owner, which is the estate. Read More
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Leaving eviction to the association only makes the eviction more complicated and costly, since all owners, then, pay the costs associated with the task. Best practices dictate that the owner be charged with the eviction task, and be fined for every day past the deadline that the errant tenant remains a resident. In order to charge an owner with eviction, the board must justify abuse of the governing documents by the renter, and have requested… Read More
Does a neighbor have the right to park right outside of her garage door in a shared driveway even if it limits the entrance to one's own garage?
No. One party with rights to use a shared driveway cannot park so as to block the other user or owner. If you are a renter, complain to the owner of the property. If you are an owner you may need to request that an attorney send a letter explaining your legal rights. No. One party with rights to use a shared driveway cannot park so as to block the other user or owner. If… Read More
In the situation you describe, is the landlord the sole owner, and you are a renter or lessee? If the landlord is the sole owner of the property, and you are the lessee, they remain the landlord/sole owner despite where they may live. If you are renting the property from the landlord, you are only a lessee and not a joint owner. Read More
The diiference between landlord & renters insurance is that landlord insurance is a policy that covers property owner from financial losses with their property.Renters insurance is policy that cover the renter from financial losses or personal items. Read More
The owner of the real estate owns the apartment. You can check to determine the owner by doing some research in the local land records or the tax assessor's office. Read More
The owner will usually have a policy but if you are a renter, you should have a renters insurance policy to cover your personal belongings. Read More
An excellent site is VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner) which eliminates the middle man between the property owner and the renter, with both sharing in the savings. Read More
If a skylight was damaged in a fire in a rental house is that the responsibility of the renter or owner?
Most Renters Insurance has a Liability component as well as personal property coverage. So if the fire was the renters fault the landlord could sue the renter then the liability insurance would pay. Read More
Real estate taxes are charged to the owner of real estate not the renter. Indirectly the renter is paying for a portion of the real estate tax in the rental rate being charged by the owner. If your question concerns the renting of property that you own as a retired person, contact the local assessor in your city or county, as the tax laws vary by state within the United States. Read More
The duties and responsibilities of a restaurant owner are to make sure the proper staff is hired and working in their jobs. They also are in charge of the sub managers and ordering food. They solve problems and handle compliments. Read More
booth renter is in independent person who only rents a booth and has to pay a owner. you are supposed to pay for your own tools, product etc. it would be easier for you to look up a contractor with the IRS. you can come and go as you please as an independent booth renter. all together you are your own boss so why would your employer pay for work comp? Read More
It doesn't, The owner buys property insurance to protect himself from financial loss in the event the property is damaged by any number of natural or unnatural hazards. A renter buys renters or tenants liability insurance. It can cover damages to the owners property for which the renter is liable. It is not possible under the law to be liable to ones self. Read More
A car was abandoned on rental property when renter died and the property owner gave the car to me. How do I get a certificate of title?
You must ask at your local Department of Motor vehicles. Read More
Is a property owner liable for a mechanic's lien filed by a landscaping company when the contract was entered into by the renter without the owner's knowledge?
No. The contractor must sue the tenant for the money due. Read More
In America, a flat is an apartment. You might call that person an apartment dweller, a tenant, a renter, or in the case of a coop, they would be called the owner. Read More
Yes. The home still belongs to the owner until the foreclosure goes through and it is sold to someone else at a foreclosure sale. Of course the renter takes a risk on what might happen if a new owner takes over. Read More
An organization that has permanent specific control, rights and responsibilities for a Resource associated with ownership. Read More
If someone is renting a house that is NOT in their name and the owner of the house has a lien filed against them how does that affect the renter and their credit?
It would not affect your credit at all because you are merely the tenant and are renting the property. Since you do not own it, and the owner is the person that has the lien filed against them, it will not affect you or your credit. Read More
I am a booth renter in a salon. I am incorporated. The Salon owner charges me $300 a week for my booth rent. Is it legal for the Salon owner to charge me the $300 a week while i am on maternity leave, and not in the salon taking clients? Read More
What is my liability as a condo owner if a woman resident and a man renting a condo from me condo went out for few outings and later renter harasses this woman resident of the building?
There could be a liability if the renter has a criminal record and you were aware of it or failed to properly conduct a background check. You community may have restrictions contained within their docs, you may wish to check. However if this lady elected to go out with your renter that is their business not yours. If she has contacted you in regards to the renter see your attorney ASAP, there may be a… Read More
As a best practice, the rent your charge should be enough to allow for 5-10% to be dumped monthly into your sinking fund. If you have a single renter property, then it might be practical to seed the fund yourself with a few hundred dollars at the beginning of the year to keep your rental price competitive. If you have a mult-renter property, then the relatively small amount you need to take from each renter… Read More
You need to clarify your question. Are you a renter who wishes to build or extend on the property you are renting? If so you first need permission from the owner/realtor, then if you are planning on building you need to submit plans to your local council to be approved and then you have to have a qualified builder to build it then it needs to be approved after completion by a building inspector...Hope I… Read More
Once a life tenant releases their life estate they have no rights in the property and no responsibilities regarding the property. It is up to the fee owner to determine the terms for the continued use of the property. The owner may serve notice for the former life tenant to vacate the premises or the owner can require the tenant to sign a lease and pay rent. It is up to the owner. Read More
A professional soccer team owner needs to provide the team with the resources needed for travel and participation in games. The owner also needs to promote the team to sponsors and fans. Read More
1.- Make Money. 2.- Provide Employment to tothers. 3.- Have fun. Read More
Property taxes are the responsibility of the owner. Unless there is a clause in the lease saying otherwise, the renter/leasor is not obligated to pay them. The government will place a lien on the property. Read More
There is no rule of thumb for general pest control, and can be added to a rental agreement. But, in Arizona there is a new law which makes Landlords responsible for Bedbug Pest Control. Read More