What is a tenant in chief?
A tenant - in - chief was a role in the Feudal System. It was usually Norman barons or bishops. They would provide knights for the king in return for land.
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How do we deal with apt manager stealing prescription drugs from tenants we found that when he was a police officer he was arrested for stealing narcotics local police chief is not willing to assist?
If you are sure that the manager is stealing prescription drugs, meaning have proof or strong reason to believe, report him to a federal agency, namely the DEA. Tampering with prescriptions, specifically controlled substances, is a felony offense. Plus, if you were the victim file a civil suit again…st him, for knowingly causing direct harm to people by tampering/stealing life saving medications. Again, if proof is available, include the local police in the complaint. If they are again, knowingly allowing the manager to continue breaking federal laws and putting his tenants in life threatening danger, they are just as responsible. Though it will be infinitely more difficult to prosecute a 'conspirator' because lack of knowledge is easier to prove than what you have to. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
Tenant farming is where a farm owner basically leases out their farm to a "farmer" for a set price per month / year . In exchange for a percentage of the harvest for just plain cash or a combination of both. In many instances these farms may include a home and even farm equipment. These "extras" mos…t likely would effect the overall costs of the lessee. ( Full Answer )
You will first have to give the tenant every opportunity to avoid an eviction. The process varies from state to state, though you generally have to give 3 days notice before starting an eviction. If the tenant doesn't respond to the 3 day notice, you will then have to prepare and file an unlawful de…tainer lawsuit. You can represent yourself, although if you are not very familiar with your state's civil court procedure (small claims court experience doesn't count), I highly recommend retaining an attorney. You will then have to have the tenant served with the lawsuit. County sheriffs usually serve court papers, as well as many licensed process servers. If you use anyone other than a licensed process server or the sheriff, you will not be awarded service fees if you win your lawsuit. After the tenant is served, the tenant must answer the lawsuit. If the tenant doesn't answer within a certain number of days (varies by state) you can file a "Motion for Default." A hearing will be scheduled, and if the tenant doesn't appear, you automatically win as long as you have evidence to support your claim. If the tenant answers the lawsuit, you can file for a "Show Cause" hearing. At that hearing, the judge will ask the tenant why he/she should not be evicted. If the tenant has legitimate legal defenses, the judge will set a trial date. If the tenant has no legal defenses, the judge will enter a judgment in the landlord's favor. If the matter is scheduled for trial, you will need to prepare your case for the judge. This isn't small claims court, so if you aren't represented by an attorney, be sure to watch a few eviction trials and/or consult an attorney well before trial. If you have already won, the tenant will be ordered to move out. If he/she is still in possession of the property after the date set by the court, the sheriff will physically evict the tenant. You must give the sheriff a certified copy of the judgment in order for the tenant to be evicted. There are many landlord's rights groups out there to help you. If you ask plenty of questions and comply with the court's rules of procedure, your eviction should be successful. Important Note Mediation is a process where the landlord and tenant can resolve the problem underlying the eviction. It is much less expensive and quicker than the legal eviction process described above. See the Related Questions below. Landlord/tenant law is an extremely complex area of law that varies widely from state to state. Each has certain rights and obligations under the law. You need to contact a landlord/tenant agency in your area or a private attorney who can review your situation and any lease agreement between the parties, then explain your options under your state laws. ( Full Answer )
Yes. As a matter of fact, anyone can sue for anything. I'm guessing that the dispute involves property damage or rent. If the dispute is a matter like this, consider small claims court. Small Claims is inexpensive and quick, and requires no attorney or legal training. Contact your local court or an …attorney for details. ( Full Answer )
Joint tenancy (joint tenants with right of survivorship) means that two or more people own a property, and when one dies, the survivor automatically owns the property with no need of probate. Each grantee on the deed takes an equal share of the property, regardless of contribution to purchase price…. A joint tenant may sell their interest and break the joint tenancy. Tenants in common means that two or more people own a property, and when one dies, the deceased person's interest goes to whomever that person designated in his or her will. If there is no will the interest in the property passes to the decedent's heirs under the laws of intestacy. Tenants in common can have different percents of interest, but no tenant may exclude any other tenant from the property. Owners of either type of deed may file for what is known as partition. A petition to partition means that one tenant on the deed may force the other tenants to dissolve the relationship. Real estate partition law varies from state to state, but regardless of state, a JTWROS deed means that distributions will be always be equal with no credits given for any excess that one tenant may have contributed toward purchase price. The fact that JTWROS tenants own equal shares is the very essence of that type of deed, and a partition action enforces that. On the other hand, TIC deed holders may be entitled to a credit for contribution to purchase price, depending upon the state. Tenancy by the entirety is reserved for married people and is recognized in most states. When one tenant dies the other owns the property automatically with no need for probate. The survivorship rights of one cannot be severed by the other party or by creditors of either party. The property cannot be partitioned by any court. In most states one tenant by the entirety cannot convey their interest in the property. In certain states (Massachusetts and New York are two examples) there is no law against one tenant by the entirety conveying their interest. However, their deed cannot defeat the survivorship interest of the other tenant by the entirety and a peculiar situation is created. Suppose a husband conveyed his interest to his brother. The husband no longer owns the property. The brother is now taking the husband's place in the unseverable survivorship tenancy. If the husband dies, the brother is out of luck and the brother loses his interest in the property. The wife gets it all. If the wife dies the brother gets it all. In addition to the above there is tenancy in partnership which acts as a joint tenancy in property acquired by a bona fide partnership. When one partner dies full title passes to the surviving partner. A life tenancy gives the life tenant the right to the use and possession of the property for life and is extinguished upon the death of the life tenant. ( Full Answer )
A tenant is someone who lives in a property in an agreement that they pay rent the property or room from a landlord.
A tenant-in-chief in a feudal society is a tenant who holds land granted by the sovereign.
You can evict a tenant when the tenant breaks the lease or rentalcontract by not paying rent or lease payments. You can also evict atenant who breaks a lease by breaking rules listed on the lease.
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A chief leads their people leads their people diplomatically and in warfare they are like presidents just more native examples:siiting bull ,crazy horse ,Pancho villa they lead their tribe
who were tenant farmers? Farmers who lost their farms, but remained on the land working for bigger landowners
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I do everything I promised to do in my rental agreement; generally return the place in the same ( or better) condition as it was when I moved in, except for normal wear and tear. I check the meters, arrange for the utilities company to have my forwarding address or pay the bills up to date, arran…ge have my mail forwarded . . I also take pictures to protect myself in case the landlord were to produce pictures that make the place look worse than it really is. And I make sure I get my deposit back on time, or specific reasons why part or all of it was not refunded. An itemized list of charges would be satisfactory to me. If all doesn't go as I think it should, then I ask my attorney for help or file a claim in small claims court. ( Full Answer )
A tenant is someone living on a property. They are usually a party to a lease or rental agreement.
If the co-tenant is on the lease only the landlord can evict him. If the "co-tenant" is actually subleasing from the tenant then that tenant is the landlord and can evict the other tenant. The Senior tenant gives the violating tenant a notice "30 day notice of tenancy expiration." If the tenant… does not go, the senior tenant goes to either small claims court or landlord tenant court and seeks a WRIT of RESTITUTION. (this is if the senior tenant is not seeking money from the junior tenant). If money is sought, an UNLAWFUL DETAINER judgment is needed first. the WRIT comes in 10 days if the junior tenant is still there. Of course laws vary in different jurisdictions. You may need to visit your local housing court, a local landlord/tenant agency or consult with an attorney to determine what your rights are in your particular jurisdiction. ( Full Answer )
Tenants have the right to complain about other tenants that are disruptive. If the landlord fails to act, then the tenants may take their complaint to the government department that that oversees Landlord Tenant disputes. This department has the authority to compell the landlord to take action if th…ey can't or won't do it on their own. ( Full Answer )
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Please rewrite this question so it can be answered. There was no such thing as "tenants in chief."
Buddhism has no tenants if the word "tenants" is taken to mean "beliefs that make up a creed." There is no Buddhist creed. It's better to think of Buddhism as a set of practices designed to ameliorate suffering. The only belief required to practice is the belief that practice might be beneficial--…otherwise, there would be no point in practicing. On the other hand, Buddhist practices occur in a certain context. The Buddha himself articulated Four Noble Truths, namely, suffering ( dukkha ) is real, suffering is caused, suffering can cease if we stop doing what is causing suffering, and there is a way or path that leads to refraining from doing those things that cause us to suffer. Additionally, that way is the Noble Eightfold Path of right view, right thinking, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right diligence, right mindfulness, and right concentration. Still, the Buddha did not want his followers to attach themselves to any belief or set of beliefs. He wanted his followers to find the way for themselves by practicing as he suggested. ( Full Answer )
A tenant is someone who rents a building, apartment, or something else, usually a building, but sometimes land.
Possibly. If someone pays money in exchange for a place to live, that person is a tenant.
there similar to knights, but they're different because there are group of people who provide money and organise things.
In most states, a tenancy has been created if a contract has been consummated, usually by signing a lease or month-to-month rental agreement, or just by money and keys changing hands. In most cases, if a husband, for instance, pays one month's rent, a court would find that his wife is also a tenant,… especially if the landlord knew he was married. Some courts would find that a tenancy was created just by the landlord handing someone the keys. ( Full Answer )
The central belief in Christianity is the trust in Jesus Christ as both Lord and Savior. A good statement of the beliefs that flow from this center is contained in the APostle's Creed. " . I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth: . And in Jesus Christ his only Son ou…r Lord, Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, Born of the Virgin Mary, Suffered under Pontius Pilate, Was crucified, dead, and buried: He descended into hell; The third day he rose again from the dead; He ascended into heaven, And sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty; From thence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead. . I believe in the Holy Ghost; The holy catholic Church; The Communion of Saints; The Forgiveness of sins; The Resurrection of the body, And the Life everlasting." . ( Full Answer )
Normally that relates to a commercial lease and is an amount that the landlord agrees to pay or provide value's worth to help defray the cost of building out or remodeling the space for the tenant's use. It is an amount negotiated based on market conditions.
Rights and obligations vary depending on where you live but they always include the right to the use and possession of the property for the duration of the life tenant's natural life.
Livability means that the unit should: General rights of tenants include: The tenant has the right to expect a livable rental unit. Livability means that the unit should: . Be weather and waterproof . Have working plumbing . Provide enough hot and cold running water . Have a working heating… system . Have an electrical system in good working order . Be free from infestations of insects and rodent . Have sufficient trash cans . Have floors, stairways and railings in good repair . Have natural lighting in every room . Have working windows that open at least halfway or mechanical ventilation . Have safe fire or emergency exits leading to street or hallway . Have a working deadbolt lock on main entrance . Have working security devices on windows . Have working smoke detectors" Legal rights vary from state to state.. ( Full Answer )
A tenant! If they damaged something they don't own they are responsible for fixing it.
The term customarily describes laborers (usally in an agricultural setting) who actually live on the same property where they are employed.
A trespass by a tenant would occur if the tenant entered an area they had no right to enter such as another tenant's unit, garage or storage space.
Laws vary from state to state. In general, assuming the tenant has broken a provision of their lease but is still paying rent, you must give the tenant a 30 days written notice to leave, and you can then file for eviction through your local court. If they owe back rent, you can pursue eviction immed…iately. It is very important to document every contact you have with the tenant, and which they have with you. ( Full Answer )
Generally speaking it is a tenant who has faked records such as employment or even identity when renting. Many of these tenants use rentals for illegal purposes and often damage property.
Private ownership of industry and business remains in place,but is very restrictively controlled by the government,which usually results in lower productivity.
Yes, landlords are people, and people gossip. It isn't appropriate and it isn't a good idea, but obviously it happens and there is no law against gossip. Gossip is simply casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people, typically involving details that are not confirmed as being t…rue. I disagree: landlords are generally bound by legal standards to be fair and impartial to all tenants. They are also bound by confidentiality laws in their state. If a tenant is aggrieved by landlord statements (gossip) they can sue the landlord for damages. ( Full Answer )
easy, just go into the house and give them a notice of days and if they dont go out create a case and then kick them out by taking their things out but not all keep 1/2 things for the replacement of the money u lost because of them and tell them u kept it for the replacement of the money I THINK
Statutory tenancy means that by law one is a tenant for the property. In most states statutory tenancy occurs when the landlord hands the keys over to the tenant, allowing him to move into the property. No lease is required to be signed for this to happen. And the person remains a statutory tenant a…s long as he pays his rent and the landlord accepts it. ( Full Answer )
Yes. The tenant should be considered the landlord of the sub-tenant. Therefore, he can evict, just like any landlord.
It depends. The most common arrangement for tenants is for them to be "tenants in common," that is, equal parties to the lease. At common law, tenants in common have a duty not to infringe on the rights of the other tenants to access to the property. If one tenant kicked the other out in this arrang…ement, that would certainly be impermissible and the removed tenant could sue. On the other hand, if one tenant has some superior right to the property, for instance if one is the party to the lease with the landlord and the other tenant is a sublessee, then the party to the lease may have the right to kick out the sublessee. Keep in mind, this is at common law. Many states modify the common law by statute. You should consult a lawyer in your state to determine the correct answer for your state. ( Full Answer )
No, a tenant has the right to have a visitor. If the visitor is committing a crime, then the co- tenant has the right to call police. If the general conditions are unfavorable for the cotenants they should move. Generally, cotenants do not have the same obligations under a lease as does a main tenan…t. ( Full Answer )
The 13 Principles of Chivalry 1. A True Knight must be a gentleman yet fails not to duty. 2. A True Knight must uphold the Dignity of Man and Woman, remembering that all are born free and equal in Dignity and Rights. 3. A True Knight's manner of living is an example to the young. 4. A True… Knight shall at no time act outrageously nor do murder or be cruel in any way to man or beast. 5. A True Knight respects and defends the rights of all men and women to hold and practice religious beliefs other than his own. 6. A True Knight takes no part in wrongful quarrel but at all times supports the Lawful rights of all men and women. 7. A True Knight's word is his bond. 8. A True Knight must be honorable in all things and know good from evil. 9. A True Knight must be of modest demeanor and not seek worship unto himself. 10. A True Knight must seek out such Quests as lead to the protection of the oppressed and never fail in Chivalry, Fidelity and the Truth. 11. A True Knight speaks evil of no man. A slanderous tongue brings shame and disgrace to an Honorable Knight. 12. A true Knight never betrays a trust or confidence given to him by a brother Knight. 13. A True Knight must so order his life that by his contributions the people of the world may hope to live together in greater peace and tolerance. ( Full Answer )
The aggrieved tenants may call the police to report such breach of peace. They may also write a letter to the landlord asking him to remedy the problem.
Yes a Tenant-in-chief would be expected to provide knights to fight for his feudal lord. He therefore commanded knights.
I believe that you're talking about a Tenancy and subletting. Subletting is the act of renting out part of or an entire apartment or home from someone who is renting the unit from the owner. Some landlords allow this while others don't. Just keep in mind that if the property owner decides to evict t…he tenant, this includes every body in the apartment. Sub tenants are not obliged to any lease agreement the main tenants are bound by with their landlord. ( Full Answer )
A tenant attorney is lawyer that will stand up or represent the rights of a tenant under the law. They will represent someone and protect their rights under the landlord tenants act, as well s other civil laws.
A person who holds lands directly from -- and therefore isanswerable to -- the pertinent prince or king is what atenant-in-chief is in Norman English culture. Specifically, a tenant holds lands directly from a nobleman orsenior clergy member. A tenant-in-chief is answerable to therelevant king or …prince in return for not being responsible to anintermediary nobleman or senior clergyman. As a consequence, thetenant-in-chief must supply knights and soldiers upon a kingly orprincely request. ( Full Answer )
One tenet of equality is that things are the same across the board.This can vary somewhat, for instance some believe equality meanssimilar opportunity, and others believe equality means a morecomplete leveling of the playing field.
The tenants of Ullevi are 1995 World Championships in Athletics and2006 European Championships in Athletics venue and Gothenburgderbies in Sweden.
This is a "feudal" title. A "tenant-in-chief" was a person who heldhis lands under feudal land tenure directly from the king.
The word 'tenant' is both a verb and a noun . The noun 'tenant' is a word for someone who occupies land orproperty rented from a landlord; a word for a person. Examples: The current tenant has a two year lease. (noun) We're looking for a place we can tenant for a year. (verb)