Your landlord give you a three days eviction what do you do?
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In theory, no. Anyone "evicting" you would have to be an authorized agent of the landlord -- the only one with the power to repossess the premises... Under certain circumstances you could be evicted by the State/County and the landlord would have no say in the matter,such as if the Dwelling was dee…med condemned under health laws or because of building code violations... You could also be evicted by the State/County if the landlord does not have a certificate of occupancy for that dwelling which makes it an illegal rental... ( Full Answer )
a land lord can serve you at any time with an eviction notice fornon-payment of rent, vandalism, criminal acts and too many peopleand animals on his/her property. Normally they will give you 14 to30 days to vacate, be prepared for a judgement against you, thiswill arrive with a bailiff and or a memb…er of the police. ( Full Answer )
8 days ago my landlord told us to move without giving us a proper eviction then he shut off my water after i paid a deposit and the last bill what can i do?
Answer . Contact your local housing authority.... a landlord can not evict you without a court order... and shutting off the utilities is illegal..
Normal eviction notices are issued 30 days in advance. But if certain situations warrant it, the landlord can evict giving only 3 days notice. After that, the landlord can call the local constables and have you arrested if you haven't vacated the premises. IF that happens, one could say bye-bye to a…ll their furniture and personal possessions, too. It should also be remembered that different countries has differing legislation regarding eviction. As do individual states ( Full Answer )
IF you owe the landlord rent, why wouldn't or shouldn't he be able to sue you!
he cant do it for just any reason you have to realy make a uproar before he can evict you
(2009) In NY, a LL is never allowed to harass or threaten you for any reason. More specifically, in NY if a LL"harasses or threatens you for the purpose of trying to make you vacate the apartment" the LL can face a fine of up to $5000.00. Approximately one third of such harassment cases have resu…lted in such fines. The other two thirds result in no fine for the LL probably because, the tenant did a poor job in proving to the judge that the harassment occured "for the purpose of making the tenant vacate the apartment". In NY, the Division of Housing can explain in more detail. ( Full Answer )
When a tenant is evicted and leaves personal property they have 30 days to claim the property Can a landlord then charge them for having to move and store the personal property before giving it bak?
You have to do everything in writing. I would send a certified letter or if not put an ad in a newspaper basically saying: you have 30 days to remove your property from said premises, failure to do so will result in all of your belongings being sold or discarded.. Why bother with paying storage. If… they did not pay rent what makes you think they will reimburse you for storage fees?. The law requires that you send a letter...one certified and on regular mail...to the tenant at the last known address...which we did. My question is, if the tenant then determines that they want to come get their stuff...can you make them pay the storage a removal fees first. NJ Law allows you to either remove the property and store it somewhere...or in our case (which is allowed) we simply stored it at the property while fixing it up and cleaning it and painting...awaiting a new tenant. Just wondering if we could charge them first, before she is allowed to take her stuff???. You are entitled to recover storage fees and incidental cost. You must figure out a reasonable charge for storage fees and incidental cost. The cost of storing it at your property cannot exceed what it would cost to store at a commercial storage facility. As for cost of moving furniture I would go online and get some estimates from a few moving companies and see what they would have charged to move the furniture. You are also entitled to hold the property until you receive payment of these fees. One more important detail since you live in New Jersey the law states that if you mailed the letter you have to give the person 33 days, 30 days plus 3 days for mailing.. (My reply should not be interpreted as legal advise) ( Full Answer )
Yes, if the new landlord wants the tenant out for a good reason, such as because he wants to move into the property.
Well, it depends on what you mean by EVICT. To evict somebody means to take him to court for repossession of the property.. A landlord can choose not to renew a lease. If he elects that option then you must move before the end of the lease or face eviction. If you don't move you can be charged, in …many states, double your rent as what is called a Holdover Tenant. You can then be evicted for non-payment of that amount.. But a landlord cannot take you to court just because the lease has ended and it's time for you to go: all he has to do is give you at least 30 (perhaps longer) days to let you know he's not going to renew. If he doesn't give you that notice, and the lease is automatically renewed each term, then you more than likely can stay. ( Full Answer )
In order for a Landlord to begin the eviction process, California law requires all persons residing in the property be served with a notice. If the tenant doesn't voluntarily move out after the landlord has properly given the required notice to the tenant, the landlord can evict the tenant. In order… to evict the tenant, the landlord must file an unlawful detainer lawsuit in superior court. Do not every use unlawful methods to vacate the rental premises. If the landlord uses unlawful methods to evict a tenant, the landlord may be subject to liability for the tenant's damages, as well as penalties of up to $100 per day for the time that the landlord used the unlawful methods. If the court decides in favor of the landlord, the court will issue a writ of possession . The writ of possession orders the sheriff to remove the tenant from the rental unit, but gives the tenant five days from the date that the writ is served to leave voluntarily. If the tenant does not leave by the end of the fifth day, the writ of possession authorizes the sheriff to physically remove and lock the tenant out, and seize (take) the tenant's belongings that have been left in the rental unit. The landlord is not entitled to possession of the rental unit until after the sheriff has removed the tenant. ( Full Answer )
Post the three-day notice on the door of the tenant's unit. After 3 day notice to pay has past. How much time will it take to evict tenant?
Sure, if the landlord takes the proper steps: the Landlord must file eviction proceedings to continue the steps for removing the tenant, but he cannot take it upon himself to do so.
Not if the eviction is for non-payment of rent. If he collects rent in this case he cannot proceed with the eviction. If the eviction is for other reasons this does not apply.
If you are given a 3-day eviction notice for something besides rent and rent is paid for the month can landlord keep the rent and deposit if you are not out in three days?
(2009) Housing regulations vary from State to State. However, in NY (and probably for the rest of the country), a landlord can not penalize you for not leaving in 3 days just because he wished for you to leave in 3 days. If your rent is paid up to April 30th then you can stay in the apartment unt…il April 30th. (In many cases you can stay even longer provided you continue to pay the rent.) The landlord is not allowed to physically remove you either. This is a task for authorities to handle. Your landlrod must return your deposit to you when you vacate. In NY, the landlord must also give you most of the bank interest earned on that deposit also. A landlord can deduct money from your deposit if you vacate and leave the apt messy; he can charge you for the removal of the trash though it must be a reasonable expense. Call you local Division of Housing and learn your rights. ( Full Answer )
A landlord can evict a tenant for any reason he wants, except reasons that are retaliatory or discriminatory. The reasons can include, but not limit to:. Non-payment of rent. Property conversion or transfer of ownership. Violation of the terms of the lease, serious or repititious (two within the …year). Arrest. Nuisance to neighbors ( Full Answer )
Landlords can evict for a number of reasons, some commmon ones are: If the tennant fails to pay rent If the tennant damages the property If the tennant commits any criminal activity on site If the tennant creates a nuisance for other tennants (noise, smell, etc) If the tennat breaks any o…f the rules specified in the lease ageement (this applies equally to any guests or people who live with the tennant) ( Full Answer )
No. You have the right to ask questions about this matter as every tenant who faces the uncertainty of his landlord being under foreclosure. But remember: as long as the landlord has control of the property he can still collect rent from you and evict you if you don't pay it.
The answer depends on whether or not your roommate is allowed under the lease. Virtually all residential leases contain a clause that restricts who can live in the apartment. Does your lease contain such a clause? And if so, does it prohibit roommates (or people other than yourself) from living in t…he apartment? If you have questions about your lease, I suggest you contact a tenant's rights organization in your area. They can read your particular lease and offer guidance on your state's landlord-tenant laws. Alternatively, you can contact an landlord-tenant law attorney (look for one who offers "free consultations" in your local phone book). ( Full Answer )
Yes , if having a roommate is in violation of your lease agreement stating that the lease is for a single occupant . You should be able to renegotiate the contract if you are in compliance with all the requirements of the leasing contract .
If the agreement was that only one person would live there, then moving in the girlfriend would be a breach of the lease, and grounds for eviction.
The landlord has an obligation to try to rent the unit for the next month. If he doesn't, he could sue for whatever rent he lost.
No, only a judge can evict you. However, a landlord can ask you to leave at the end of your lease term. Or with 30 days' notice in a month-to-month scenario. If you still don't vacate, you will certainly find yourself in court.
My rent is always on time however my landlords wants to evicts me how much notice do they have to give me before he or she evicts you?
One full rental period, just as you could give him one full rental period notice that you are leaving. BTW, New Jersey is the one state that requires the landlord to have a reason.
Not aware of any way to check for that. Generally that is a red flag when landlords see that on an application. But with the housing market being what it has been the last couple of years, some landlords may be willing to work with that now that may not have before. Good luck.
a landlord can evict you for non-payment of rent or being consistantly late paying,,, disruptive behaviour, drug abuse, loud noise after 11pm, filthy premises, and too many people living there, these are the main reasons for an eviction. Another reason although not a common one is when the landlord …wants the unit for his own use or for a person in his family. ( Full Answer )
Yes, indeed. The landlord is responsible for the other tenants"quiet enjoyment" (legal term) of their apartments. Also, mostleases contain clauses that require you obey the laws of the townwhere you are located. Most towns have noise ordinances, so aneviction is probably taking it easy on you. They …(the other tenantswho are disturbed) can just as easily call the police and have youfined. This of course depends on various state or local laws in the US anddifferent laws may apply in other countries. ( Full Answer )
Is the tenant required to give notice when already in receipt of an eviction notice in writing by the landlords?
If there is a final date by which you must vacate included in the eviction notice, no, unless you simply wish to confirm your receipt of it.
Only if it was on July 7th of the 2010th year after death. It says so in the prophecy.
Yes. Until the actual foreclosure sale happens, he owns it. I'm not sure what you really mean by 'under foreclosure', anyway. That could be any stage of the process, and you can't be sure that the sale will really happen.
Sometimes, like if there is still rent owed, or if the reason for the eviction is something other than money.
It depends on which state you live in but normally no if your lease has expired. If you are on a month to month lease and you have provided notice that you were leaving or you landlord notified you that he or she does not wish to renew the lease than the tenant must leggaly leave or be charged for a…dditional rent, damages, or late fees. ( Full Answer )
If the landlord and tenant have a binding lease together then the landlord cannot evict the tenant without a valid reason, that being the violation of the terms of the lease, which may include, but not limited to, nonpayment of rent. If the landlord no longer wants the tenant living in this property…, he can simply decide not to renew the lease and give the tenant the proper notice of such refusal, so that the tenant can find a new place. This law applies in just about every state. ( Full Answer )
ummm it kinda depends what the conflick is call the police and ask them but remember dont call 911 unless its a emergency! hope i helped :)
If he no longer owns the house, he isn't the landlord. This is, of course, unless he is hired by the owner to manage the home and its residents.
This is dependant upon the contract you signed when you agreed to rent the property. Most state a 'reasonable' amount of time, however it is often at the landlords discretion. However, in normal circumstance and depending on the country you live in its usual to give one month
Yes they can. But it cannot be enforced in that manner. To evict you, the landlord must follow proper written procedures. Sure, a landlord can call you by telephone and ask you to leave. But it's up to the tenant to decide whether to move out or to stay and let the landlord force you to move out. Bu…t the telephone notice is not official and cannot be enforced. I.e., your landlord cannot state in a court argument that he called you by telephone and asked you to leave. ( Full Answer )
Unable to answer. This time-frame varies from state to state and even municipality to municipality. Check with your local authorities.
Yes he can. The fact that he owes you $20,000 doesn't mean you don't owe you one rent. If you want to force your landlord to pay you the $20,000 then you will have to sue in court.
depends on your lease/contract. Minimum is 30 days but goes upto 90 depending on statelaw
This depends on whether you violate the written agreement. The purpose of a written agreement is to spell the terms and conditions under which you may live on the property you are renting.
Yes. The law is explicit on how the landlord may handle the deposit, deduct for repairs, and when it must be returned (14 days in California). ------------ Thirty days in Massachusetts, which I think is as long as any state gives.
If you mean can the landlord remove an eviction notice he put up, it depends on the circumstances. If there is a legal requirement to post it and leave it, he won't be taking it down because he would ruin his case by doing so. If the required period of action (let's say 3 days) has passed and the te…nant has not acted according to the demands of the notice, I expect the landlord can then remove it. I'm no lawyer so if you want to be sure, you should ask one. ( Full Answer )
You need to either speak to an eviction service or a lawyer. You do not want to get this wrong because US courts are very protective of tenants in these circumstances.
Yes, a landlord can threaten to evict you for any reason. Whether he can evict you is another issue. Basically, if you are not abiding by the terms agreed thereto on the lease then you can be evicted. However, you cannot be evicted for retaliatory reasons, such as because you asserted your rights as… a tenant or because you contacted certain agencies to complain that your landlord is not complying with their rules, for example, Code Enforcement. ( Full Answer )
Collecting the rent and proceeding with evictions are two different processes. Either the tenant pays the rent or faces eviction.
If the rent is unpaid, tenants are causing reoccuring disturbances or if the home is being condemned. These are all examples of circumstance that will cause a landlord to evict a tenant.
How a landlord deals with your possessions vary from state to state in terms of law. In Florida, for example, your landlord can keep your possessions, while in South Carolina, your possessions must be moved to a curbside where you would have access to them to remove them. If the property remains the…re after three days then the landlord can arrange for them to be disposed of. And in some states the landlord has to place the items in storage, of which the tenant will be responsible for its fees. ( Full Answer )
It is always necessary to have an eviction notice to legally evict anyone, whether they have children or not.
You owe rent for every single day you live on the property,regardless of whether you're under eviction.