Who is responsible for tenants damaged things when my storage unit was damaged when roof collapsed?
Tenants should always get renters insurance because when things like this happen, the landlord is not responsible. nor is the owner of the storage unit, unless there was negligence on their part. If the tenant doesn't have that insurance, they have to replace lost items at their own cost. They could always take the owner of the storage unit to court, but a judge will probably ask, "Why didn't you have renters insurance? That's what it is for."
If the tenant damaged them, then it's the tenants fault. Ifit was the landlord, then it's their fault
Who is responsible for damage caused to a tenants personal property when the ceiling collapsed during a storm because the building was not weatherproofed correctly and the tenant didn't have insurance?
If you Sub least a furnished dwelling you are responsible for everything the original tenant was. If the furniture was the tenants prior to subletting and you damaged it, well you should be responsible but if the prior tenant didn't get it in writing that would be something for the judge to decide. Who damaged the furniture? But regardless of what the judges ruling is don't forget about KARMA, it can and will run over… Read More
in the state of california! ared all public storage unites pro rated from when you rent out a storage ? or is it based on what the owner of the public storage wants to do?
There is no minimum storage duration at Phoenix Storage, however, you are charged monthly and all tenants must sign a month-to-month lease. There are many varieties of storage units available.
Who is responsible for water damage caused by a faulty washing machine. The damaged party has no insurance?
Who owns the washing machine? If it is the upstairs tenant and he has tenants insurance (as you should) then his insurance pays. The landlords insurance company would also pay and your insurance company will take care of it all. Let them duke it out. If you are the landlord and you did not require your tenants to carry insurance...does the word "fool" mean anything to you now?
Yes. Joint tenants are equally responsible for paying the mortgage. However, you should be aware that if the circumstances in the relationship between the parties (mortgagors) changes and one abandons the property, the lender will hold the remaining person solely responsible for paying the entire balance due.
Generally speaking, no.
The people who actually own the house should be responsible for the cleanup of the tree as long as the tenants had nothing to do with it falling down. Sometimes a landlord will reduce a tenants rent if they handle things that are the landlords responsibility.
That would depend on who's angry wife your talking about. If the tenants wife damages your property or your landlords property then the tenants wife is liable for those damages. Due to the extension of common law you can also be held financially liable for actions of your spouse. The landlord would have no control over the tenants wife nor her actions and could not be held liable. If the Landlords wife came over and… Read More
are landlord's responsible for spraying for bugs
Commonly, tenants will be responsible for the operation and repairs associated with the appliances used during the lease period.
Generally, if it's an attached apartment setting then the landlord is responsible for extermination. In a single-family setting or a duplex, it is the tenants responsibility.
Typically, they are not responsible for back rent. The mortgage contract the tenant has with with the lender is between the tenant and them. The rental contract you have with the tenant is between the tenant and you, and the lender does not enter into this picture. These are two separate transactions. Insofar as any unpaid back lot rent owed by the former tenants before the foreclosure - the lender is not responsible for these… Read More
Is the landlord responsible for the renter's personal properties that were damaged because of the leaking roof of the garage being rented by the renter?
The answer is basically no. The landlord is never responsible for damages to personal property belonging to tenants in any dwelling or structure. That is why you are strongly encouraged to get renters insurance. In some cases you may have some recourse if the landlord knew of the problem. But if you get renters insurance be insurance company can determine that for you and they can seek damages from the landlord.
Can you sue for negligence against a furniture rental store that repossessed your furniture and the old tenants moved away and you have received your items back but they are damaged?
Take the people/business that damaged your times to small claims court.
They can be if it can be shown that the landlord was negligent in reporting illegal activity.
If you and your husband are joint tenants on credit cards are you responsible for the debts if he has passed away?
Yes. When an account is jointly held, all parties are equally responsible for the entire amount owed.
What legal recourse do tenants in Massachusetts have if a landlord throws out tenants' personal belongings in storage units prior to the lease being up and when the tenants are not being evicted?
Depending on the value of the property you can bring an action in small claims court. You must have a copy of your lease, proof that you had exclusive rights to use the storage unit and receipts for the property that was thrown out to prove the dollar amount of the damages. You should also try to obtain proof of when the property was thrown out. If you have any photos of what was stored… Read More
The landlord because it's his responsibility to fix it before the house and/or property is damaged.
Usually no - unless they had knowledge of a crime being committed and not doing anything about it. Complicity.
No because the upkeep of the pipe is the responsibility of the land lord. Check out the Landlord and tenants act.
No Yes, however you will can be held responsible if you break the terms of the agreement you have with the tenants on the property when. reposesion proceedings startagainst you.
Can the landlord of a single family home be held legally responsible if his tenants create an unsafe living environment for neighbors?
it all depends on the landlord.
If the landlord furnished to tenant the window blinds, then he has the obligation to replace them if they fail, unless the tenant broke them.
If your landlord burnt his side of the building, he is responsible for the repairs. If your side of the building is uninhabitable, you may be able to move out under the legal theory of constructive eviction. See below link and contact a tenants' union/tenants' rights group or attorney in your area for more specific info on your state's laws. Also see below link.
Is the tenant responsible for not replacing the batteries in the smoke alarms and or the smoke alarms after they move out?
Tenants are not responsible for anything after they move out. A good landlord will replace batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors every year, regardless of who is renting.
Every state law is different regarding this. Many states require that the items being moved into a storage unit, which the tenant will be responsible for, for a defined period of time. In some states you are allowed to keep the tenant's property, especially if money is owed to you, the landlord; while in other states, like South Carolina, you must remove all the property from the dwelling and place it by the nearest curb… Read More
No. This is why landlords require tenants to carry renter's insurance. Call your car insurance provider.
Normally not: every bill in the tenant's name is that tenant's responsibility, not of the landlord.
Check your lease, it may contain a provision on carpet cleaning. As a rule of thumb, If the tenant causes it to be soiled or uses it, it's the tenants responsibility to clean it. You're obligated to return a rental unit in the same or near-same condition as when you leased it.
If a home is rented and goes into default who will be held responsible for the tenants the owner on deed but not mortgage or the other owner on deed and mortgage or mortgage company that forecloses?
First, default just means not paying. The mortgage company has nothing to do with the tenants until there is a foreclosure sale. The two owners on the deed are the landlords. After a foreclosure sale, the bank must give at least 90 days notice to tenants.
No, it is not the landlords responsibility. Tenants are responsible for the upkeep of property they are leasing. This includes maintaining the grounds and ensuring safety precautions are adhered to.
No. Homeowners insruance excluded residents of the property. Their medical insurance is responsible for this only.
Bed bugs would be a living condition that is probably brought on by the individual living in the unit. If they can be shown to have come from negligence, the landlord could be responsible, but in most cases internal cleanliness is the responsibility of the tenant.
There are six types of tenants. These are the following: 1. Cash Tenants- tenants who pay cash as rent in the plot that they work on. 2. Share of produce Tenants- tenants who give a part of their product as rent 3. Rent-free Tenants- tenants who don't pay rent and work for free 4. Cash and Fixed Amount of Produced Tenants- tenants who give cash and a fixed quantity as rent on the people they… Read More
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Not as we would understand it. Law and order depended upon each man having someone responsible for his behaviour, the king responsible for the barons, the barons responsible for their tenants etc down the chain. In addition there was system called frankpledge tying neighbours together. Google frankpledge for that and you should be able to follow links.
'Live' is the short answer. But remember that the Lord of the Manor had responsibilities to his tenants and farmers, etc.. Most of them were also also responsible to the King for 'soldiers' in the event of War.
"The tenants agreed to ask the landlord to remove snow from the path."
You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the entirety. You should title all property as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants by the… Read More
The "life tenants" can reside on the property for their lifetime. They are responsible for taxes, maintenance and any improvements they choose to make and are required to keep the property maintained in at least the same condition as when it was awarded. They cannot rent, lease, sell or transfer the property. Nor is the property subject to creditor attachment by the debts belonging to the "life tenants". Upon the death of the "life tenants"… Read More
Will the other tenants on the lease necessarily have to attend court if a single party is entirely responsible for the portion of unpaid rent?
Most states employ the doctrine of 'joint and several liability', which means that each tenant is responsible for all of the rent. If any portion is unpaid, everybody gets evicted.
If u signed on the contact yes. Whatever, I heard that on small claims the judge do not give way attorney fees.
The duration of The Tenants is 1.52 hours.
If two people buy a property as joint tenants and finance it through a mortgage company and one of them dies who does the deceased property pass to?
The survivor is automatically the owner of the property and is responsible for the full amount of the mortgage.
When damage exceeds what the law calls 'ordinary wear and tear' Since tenants' interests in real property are not vested, the opinion of the landlord carries the most weight in such a determination.
well as i can say the landlord because its thetre house so if any thing is wrong they repair it thats wat i am use to unless u did it and its ot in his hands
Generally landlords are not responsible for damage to tenant belongings. This is why tenants are encouraged, and some landlords require this, to purchase rental insurance.
No, it is not a preposition. The word tenants is a plural noun.