What rights do you have as a renter?
- Different states have different laws regarding your rights a a renter. I suggest searching google for your+rights+as+a+renter Add the state you live in to the search, and you should find the most relevant answers.
- You might want to consider one of these books. "Renters' Rights (Quick & legal)" by Janet Portman, Marcia Stewart and "Every Tenant's Legal Guide" by Janet Portman, Marcia Stewart.
In general, you should have a safe, clean place to live in return for paying rent. Appliances should work, plumbing should be reliable, electric/gas should work, there should not be any mold, bedbugs and other pests should be managed, and so on. You also have to obey rules - number of people, pets, noise level - as written in the lease. Keep copies of checks or moneyorders you pay to the landlord - never use cash. Take pictures of the apartment as you move into it. Then, if something happens you have recourse. When you move out, make sure you get an in-person inspection.
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
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
Your sister was hit by an uninsured driver in your rental car will you have to pay for the repairs to the rental?
The short answer is Yes. You are responsible for the vehicle that you hire. The rental company will claim from the renter - the renter has standard legal rights against the perpetrator. Read More
Basically anyone you rent a room from IS your landlord. Now, if you're talking about renting a room from someone who happens to be renting from a landlord, it depends on whether that landlord allows the tenant to rent a room to someone else (this is called subletting). I would be very careful about renting a subletted area from a renter. As a subletted renter you dont' have any rights as you would if you… Read More
Every state has landlord and tenant laws. You can go to the courthouse in your county and look up this information. Read More
You would only have right of recovery for property that belongs to you and that was damaged by the driver. The owner of the house would have rights of recovery for damages to their house from the driver. 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
You can certainly move out. * None. The owner of the property can rent/lease on their own terms. The only exception being that they do not violate a person's civil rights by using blatant discrimination tactics. Read More
First thing to consider is do you have a lot lease, If so then it will have your guide lines within. Also do you have state laws that regulate mobile home communities if so contact them for more info about your rights. Read More
If there's a renter, that's a contract. Read More
A landlord has some obligation to quiet the neighbor, ultimately evicting if necessary. But, that takes some time. The offended tenant has the right to move. Read More
State law and the definitions specified in the restrictions may affect this answer. That notwithstanding, and without reading the restrictions or state law, public use has a common meaning of access by the general public. When you rent, you are transferring your rights of private access to the home to the renter. After the lease begins, the renter has most of the private access rights alone. The public has no more rights to the home… Read More
If planning to purchase a home in Nebraska and turn it into a day care while there is a renter currently renting how do you get rid of the renter?
After you purchase the property you can give the renter a 30 day notice to evacuate the property. Read More
Your dad passed away eight years ago your mother has sold everything but the house without thinking of her children Now she rented the house the renter trashed the house What are your rights?
If Mom still owns the house, you have no rights. Mom has rights. These rights would be spelled out in a lease, if Mom used one. If there is no lease, Mom will have a much more difficult time winning compensation. 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
Does an owners liability insurance cover damages to contents of renters property if the homeowner is negligent?
No, a homeowners insurance policy does not provide coverage for the property of a tenant. That's what "Renters Insurance" is for. If the renter chose not to purchase a renter insurance policy, Then the renter was negligent to the extent that the renter chose not to purchase a renter insurance policy, perhaps with the mistaken belief that the owners policy would cover them. Read More
If the renter can still make payments you do nothing. If the renter defaults on more than one payment, then file for court eviction unless you want to make special arrangements with the renter. Read More
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A renter is allowed three months to move out after the house has been sold. 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
That depends. If the renter has their own flood insurance then the renter could certainly file a claim on it they have a flood loss. If your asking can the renter file a claim on the Property owners flood insurance then the answer would be no. The owners flood insurance would be specific to the owners property, not property belonging to a tenant. Read More
Yes and no. If you are a renter the lease is there to protect YOU. If you don't have a lease then you have no rights to the property at all, the landlord doesn't even need a reason to kick you out. So long story short... only if you want to live there. Read More
My house was ;used by t;he renter to grow marijuana plants for 2 years. Police raided the house and the renter left but incurred a lot of water damage, holes all over the walls and ceiling and molds all over the house. Does my home insurance cover the cost of these repirs? Read More
Car rental is a service of one party (the provider) providing an automobile for the use of a second party (the renter) in exchange for money. The renter goes to the provider and agrees to pay a sum for the right to use a vehicle that the provider makes available to the renter. Read More
Generally the renter is to clean the property before leaving. Otherwise the cleaning and rental deposits would be used to pay for cleaning. Read More
No. A landlord can APPLY for a restraining order on a tenant, but the Sheriff, Court Officer, or Process Server will perform the actual service on the renter. Read More
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
What are the tenants rights if they're renting a house that had a lien put on it and is the renter still obligated to the original lease agreement?
Assuming you aren't involved in the action causing the lien, it has nothing to do with you (as you are not the owner), so your obligations to the lessor continue until you are notified otherwise. Read More
An owner may pass along their voting rights -- by official proxy -- to a tenant, unless this is specifically prohibited in the governing documents. For example, the documents may state that a director may not vote by proxy. Read More
most renters policies only cover the personal property of the renter. The property owner typically carries insurance for the Hazard of Fire. Read More
No. That's what renters insurance is for. Read More
FIle for a lien against them in court. Read More
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The landlord, of course. Read More
Yes, if I understand your question. The grandmother didn't own the house, so she was a renter and if the daughter moves in she will be the renter. Therefore she can be charged rent. Read More
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
If a renter got permission to install kitchen cabinets can the renter take the cabinets out when they move?
Only if you put the old ones back. Seriously, did you think the next tenant should keep their pots and pans on the floor? Read More
I can only speak for California, and in Ca we do not ask for proof of insurance. It's up to the renter to know what they have, and do not have. In Ca the renter is responsible for any damage regardless of fault. Read More
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