What steps do I take to evict a guest staying in his truck and camper on my property in chico ca?
It is important to contact an attorney or local county court for the exact steps that need to be taken. If they are staying there and not a tenant and are squatting a local law enforcer and come and have them removed.
If an adult child is staying with their parents temporarily does the adult child have legal rights to their parent's residence because they receive mail at their parent's address?
Generally, no. You can evict someone from a property you do not own if you are an "agent" of the owner by virtue of a legal document such as a power of attorney or a management agreement recorded in the land records. You should consult with an attorney who can review the details and explain your options.
A stranger has come on your private property located in Texas to live with your granddaughter in her mobile home that you allow her to park on your property. How can you evict him?
If the home you live in is sold and you have signed a one year rental lease can the new owner evict you or do they have to honor the duration of your lease?
Can a landlord evict you just to sell the property your mobile home is on. We have paid lot rent on the property for over 9 years after purchasing the mobile home unit from landlord.?
If a tenant lives in a property where a landlord has a bankruptcy and does not reaffirm the loan what happens?
How do you remove a relative from a deceased parent's home when the parent died with a will and did not include that relative as a beneficiary.?
Does the landlord have mental reasons or does the tenant? It's against the law for a landlord to discriminate on the basis of disability, inter alia. So a landlord can't evict someone just because he has a mental illness or disability. However if the tenant damages any property, whether it is for reasons related to the illess, he can evict.
A life tenant has the right to the use and possession of the property for the duration of their natural life. Life estate laws vary in different jurisdictions. The life tenant may have the right to evict the remaindermen from the premise but she should consult with an attorney who can review the situation, the grant, and explain the options.
Can a landlord evict a tenant if the lease is up and you have been paying rent on time and keeping the property in good condition?
Can the owner of a house we are buying cash for deed evict us if we fail to make our monthly payment?
If that individual owns the house and property, then it is Constitutionally illegal. That denies citizens their right to own property, and their right to privacy. Another View: I do not believe the first contributor understood the question. The laws of most (all?) states protect the tenant from predatory actions by the landlord and specify that certain legal steps must be taken before the landloard can evict the tenant. If the petition for eviction is…
You can't do that. If you evict a tenant that's a matter between you and that tenant. If you evict him and win, other rental property managers that use tenant-screening services will usually pick up on that eviction. If your apartment complex belongs to a property management group then that group will pick up on evictions by their properties.
I am presuming we have three components here: a landlord, a tenant, and a subtenant. The landlord in this case is presumably renting to a tenant, while the tenant is presumably renting to a subtenant. I presume that tenant has a lease while the subtenant doesn't. The tenant becomes the landlord for the subtenant. Since there is no lease (in most states subletting does not involve a lease) in this case, the tenant who is…
Can a executor evict his sister from their late parents' home if it jeopardize the sale of the house and there is no will?
Can someone with a Power of attorney for someone who inherited his mothers property evict without notice if he sells property in Ohio?
The person in the property (the tenant) will have a lease. This is a legal document which sets out how the tenant may be evicted (but can not ignore the federal or state laws that may also apply). This lease is between the tenant and the landlord (whoever the landlord may be) and it will normally specify a period of notice that the landlord MUST give the tenant if the landlord wishes to evict the…
Can you be evicted from a house that is still deeded in your name at the county tax office and you have paid the taxes?
An eviction is the expulsion of a tenant by the landlord or the owner of the property. If you are the owner of the property no one else has the legal capacity to evict you from your property. However, if you're referring to a foreclosure proceeding, the bank can take possession of your property if you're in default of the mortgage.
This depends on what you mean by a threat to you. If your tenant threatens you in any way, they are committing a crime. For this, in addition to police remedies, you may be able to evict the tenant on the basis of violating the terms of the lease, which most often has a term that includes that the tenant must not break any laws that pose a threat to the property or the neighbor…
A lease to own tenant can be evicted from a property once their contract is expired if they have not completed the purchase. The steps to do this include establishing legal grounds for the eviction, providing the tenant with a notice of intent to evict, filing an unlawful retainer writ, and going to court.
The only way you can evict a tenant without going to court is if the tenant leaves voluntarily. Otherwise, you cannot use self help and simply go in and remove their property or change the locks. You are required to go to the landlord tenant court and obtain a court order in order to evict someone. An order will only be entered after the court schedules a hearing and notice of the hearing is given…