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My son in law was negligent. My husband estimated damages of $11000.00. The insurance says $50000.00 with $5000.00 deductible.
There was nothing in the lease about having insurance. In fact the property maintenance man does not have insurance. Since this fire there has been a memo posted to all in the building that they must have insurance.
This happened the first week of August and they have not been able to live in the apartment but have continued to pay rent. My daughter spoke to the property manager today and she advised her to give 30 days notice to move out. Is this the right thing to do?
Do you think my son in law should try going through his parents house insurance? The children are not students.
Since I co-signed do I understand that they can also sue my husband and his business for reimbursment or is it just me?
Will they sue my son in law as he is the primary person on the lease and me secondary?
Can my son in law and daughter be evicted for this. They have not defaulted on their rent.
Can I contact you by phone to discuss this?
Can you write a letter on my and my son in laws behalf?