What is the law on personal property landlord refuse to give back?
The landlord refuses to return personal property until the balance of his rent has been paid. 3 months have passed.
Let's clarify what is personal property: any property that you own that is not real estate property, such as your personal belongings, car, pets, etc.; now, in the Landlord/Tenant court, your landlord may keep or put out your personal property to the curb once he evicts you from the unit, depending on the state you live in, and whether you owe him back rent.
Is it legal for an employer to refuse to return to to you your personal property after he terminates your employment and if not can you file theft charges against him in Texas?
In the state of New Jersey what is the process to remove abandoned personal property after eviction?
no. this is exactly what the laws intend to prevent. once landlord rents out its no longer his property. ie. he has to got to court to get it back or wait till lease expires. a landlord cannot even place camera in any area of property if leased/rent............even in a boarding house which if landlord also occupied hes only allow to place camera in common areas...not personal rooms where privacy is expected...like bathroom bedroom ect....if…
What rights does a tenant have when the landlord won't allow the tenant to come back after personal stuff?
The laws of every state differ with this issue: in some states, for example, the landlord can keep all property left behind. In others, the landlord must move everything to the street side on the property for the tenant to pick up. Yet in others, the landlord must store the property for at least thirty days to give the tenant a chance to pick up their property. Any expenses paid by the landlord must be…
What to do when a landlord steals personal property when you are in between moving to one of his other properties?
You do what you would do when any theft occurs; you file a police report and have him charged with theft. Now because he is still your landlord, you might approach him and ask if you can have your property back before you involve law enforcement. Either way, you might want to consider finding a new residence.
Not per se. A foreclosure proceeding on your landlord is no reason to not pay your rent, as long as he still has control of the property. If this is not the case then the bank or other entity that has control over the property will give you instructions on what to do. Your landlord has to give you your deposit back unless he's keeping it for legitimate reason, and such reason must be listed…