Whose fault is it when you back up and hit a car that is not a tenant in this apartment and who is parked in an unauthorized spot anyways?
In most states, the driver of the moving vehicle is always at fault when he hits a stationary object, like a parked car. It's ok, you screwed up. We all do it from time to time. Now be responsible and face up to your mistake.
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.
Who is responsible for car vandalism on a rental property the landlord or the tenant my car is parked in a reserved parking space at my apartment complex which I pay every month?
When a tenant vacates an apartment is it right for the landlord to deduct money from the security deposit to pay to clean and paint the apartment for the next tenant?
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.
You cannot sue for back rent to a tenant who has sublet in the apartment, when you the landlord did not give permission for that to happen in the first place. You have the right to evict the tenant or to force the tenant not to sublet the apartment. You could write into the lease that if you tenant does sublet, a fee can be charged for every month the subletting occurs, until the subletting…
If a water heater breaks in an apartment is the renter responsible for damage caused to the apartment floors or ceiling of the apartment below?
When applying for an apartment in Maryland as a cosigner will the salary of the the tenant be taken into consideration or the cosigners?
Both. And both will be fully responsible for paying the rent and any damages to the apartment. If the primary tenant fails to pay the co-signer will be held fully responsible for paying. Both. And both will be fully responsible for paying the rent and any damages to the apartment. If the primary tenant fails to pay the co-signer will be held fully responsible for paying. Both. And both will be fully responsible for paying…
It's quite simple: once the lease is mutually signed, something that is normally done after a security deposit has been paid, then the tenant is considered to have legal custody of the property or dwelling. If at that point the tenant does not move in, the security deposit can be kept. This is because the apartment has been rented out and if at the last minute the tenant decides not to move in, then the…
Does breaking your lease because of bedbugs in your apartment even though they exterminate your apartment in they are still around and you have proof?
The cast of The Adding Machine - 1969 includes: Janie Baron as Thin Woman John Bloomfield as Apartment tenant Bruce Boa as Detective John Brandon as First cell jailer Phil Brown as Don Janet Brown as Fat Woman Tony Caunter as Third cell jailer Sydney Chaplin as Lieutenant Charles Carol Cleveland as Judy Shirley Cooklin as Apartment tenant Kenny Damon as Joe Phyllis Diller as Mrs. Zero Tommy Duggan as Judge Helen Elliot as Second…
If a landlord lied and did not disclose the fact that the previous tenant died in the apartment can the new tenant break the lease or insist on another apartment?
Is it illegal for plumber to do unauthorized work for a rental property without getting consent of homeowners?
Your neighbour should not be able to do anything to your voltages in your apartment. That said if your apartment is not a legal apartment in an apartment building then someone else might be on the same circuits as you use. Legal apartments have their own distribution panel which only serve the apartment that the tenant lives in.
Most apartment complexes and rental properties make tenant screening a standard phase of their application process. Tenant screening is the examination of potential tenants by the landlord, apartment manager or other rental property owner. The results of the screening are used by the management to determine whether a potential tenant is a suitable candidate for tenancy. These results are prepared by the tenant screening company in a properly formatted report which we call Tenant Screening…
"Repossession" of an apartment?? Are you the landlord? It sounds like what you are asking is, how to go about evicting a tenant. Most (all?) jurisdictions have some type of landlord/tenant statutes which control this type of matter. Go to your local Clerk of Court's office and ask if they might have the proper forms.