Dwelling is where someone lives, as a tenant, a renter. Unauthorized means that the tenant has changed the rented item, the house/apartment in a way that the landlord didn't want. Maybe taken down or put up an inner wall, thrown out the bathtub or something.
The cast of Night Terrors - 2007 includes: Alan Charles Blackney as Man having dreams Rod Hollowell as Apartment tenant Eric Pirooz as Annoying neighbor Margie Robbins as Apartment tenant Lisa Shalet as Apartment tenant George Snarberg as Apartment tenant
If the hallway light is controlled by the tenant, i.e., the tenant pays the electric bill which controls that light, then the tenant has every right to keep that light on or off as he wishes. If you live in an interior apartment building, the common hallway lighting of it should be controlled by the apartment complex, not by the tenant.
If the terms of the lease include that the tenant must have electric and the tenant is in violation of the lease terms you can evict him.
A tenant! If they damaged something they don't own they are responsible for fixing it.
If a landlord plans to make upgrades to a tenant's apartment, they will usually pay for the tenant to stay somewhere else, like a hotel. While the tenant is gone, their apartment will get new carpet, paint, or whatever else is needed to make it nicer.
A tenant ANYWHERE can be told to clean their apartment ! The tenant is only there 'at the grace of the property owner' - and pays for the use of the accommodation. It is not unreasonable for a landlord to insist the tenant keeps the property in a reasonable state of cleanliness !
Depends on how the lease is written: normally the tenant is responsible for painting interior.
In side the rental unit if an apartment the tenant, Outside the community If a home or Single family the tenant
Sure he can! As a tenant this should be done to make the potential buyer aware of what he's getting into. And your Landlord may not retaliate.
A tenant is someone who rents a building, apartment, or something else, usually a building, but sometimes land.
If you are the landlord, and the tenant has moved out and surrendered possession of the apartment, you are free to change the locks.
Either the Tenant or rentee
This all depends on the terms of your lease. Most apartment complexes do not allow a tenant to sublet. So if the main tenant terminates the tendency, this termination will include everyone. The main tenant is the one who will be responsible to give the landlord back into the apartment.
Sure. Just find an apartment that will allow a tenant with a discharged bankruptcy.
Subletting an apartment means that a new tenant will take over the remainder of another individual's lease
Tenement is a noun, as in an apartment or a room rented by a tenant
It differs from apartment complex to apartment complex. But apartment complexes should do a credit check to make sure that they will be getting their money from their tenants.
If a landlord has an objection to a tenant and wishes to evict that tenant then yes, he does have to inform the tenant in question about the objection. Tenants must be given an opportunity to remedy the problem rather than being evicted.
The purpose of a security deposit is to pay the last month's rent in the event that a tenant stops paying and has to be evicted, not to pay for cleaning and painting. It would only be reasonable to use a security deposit for this purpose if the departing tenant left the apartment in extremely bad condition, requiring an abnormal expense to restore it.
A tenant is a person who occupies a property, often an apartment, from another person, often known as a landlord. The tenant often pays rent for the property the tenant occupies.
Probably not. The other tenant's situation has nothing to do with you.
That person may be called a tenant or a lessor.