I have triple net lease on a commercial building in North
I have triple net lease on a commercial building in North Carolina. We are responsible for wear & tear & replacement for the building. Hurricane Mathew hit us resulting in damage to the roof of the building & the only fix is to replace the roof. I filed a claim with insurance for repairs, the claim was denied because the damage is a casualty resulting in damage to the building & rules it as landlord responsibility under section 11 on my lease. I gave this info to the landlord & they are saying this is still my responsibility to repair. Who's responsible for the damages in this situation me or the landlord?
I have been renting an apartment since February 27, 2015. In
I have been renting an apartment since February 27, 2015. In May of this year a tenant moved in above me and stared that month tormenting me by stomping around the apartment day and night. Then he escalated to running, jumping and dropping heavy objects over my head any time of the day and night. I called the management and they sent him letters but he only got more ridiculous. I called the police on several occasions and they went up to talk to him. What I did not know was that they never talked to him because he did not open the door. I have put up with this for 6 months now. He is not evicted. He is not arrested and I am at the end of my rope. I found a townhouse to move into at the end of November. I went to the management office to inform them of this. They want me to pay my rent in full to the end of February. Do I have any rights here? I have paid for 6 months of Hell. I will pay through the end of November. But why should I have to pay another 3 months. Also this tenant upstairs is in arrears on his rent. I always pay my rent in full and on time. What can I do?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in? Because the Real Estate Lawyer will solve your problem quickly right now and for a fraction of the cost of seeing an in-person Real Estate Lawyer. Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: Henrico County. VAJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think I may be able to get a list of times I have called the police from the police.
To whom it may concern, Our office has had plumbing issues
To whom it may concern,Our office has had plumbing issues for the last year and a half that has inconvenienced my business. Our office is located in an “office park” building that is shared with other units – our unit is located on the ground level. We have had numerous instances where our toilet has “backed up”, clogged, and overflowed. Recently, when our toilet had overflowed, we hired plumbers from Cropp Metcalfe to come over to our office to see what exactly is causing the recurrent issues with the sewage pipes. Based on what the plumbers from Cropp Metcalfe have told us, tree roots coming from a large tree outside of our unit, in the common area, have been damaging the sewage pipes, causing the recurrent issues we have had in our office with our toilet overflowing, “backing up”, and becoming clogged.I have paid over $700.00 out of my own pocket for the plumbing services from Cropp Metcalfe – just this year alone. Since the issue is stemming from a tree in a common area of the office park, not from our office, I have contacted the association – South Tysons Office Park Board, to see if they could cover the fees from Cropp Metcalfe, and also the fees for the removal of the large tree in the common area.The board has decided that this is solely my responsibility, and they do not want to remove the tree, or pay for the plumbing bills. The pipes still need to be replaced, and of course there will be additional fees for that as well. I have a copy of the email sent to me from the executive vice president / property manager for the South Tysons Office Park Board that I would like to forward to you, if possible, so you can have a better understanding of my situation with the board.I have been paying quarterly fees to the South Tysons Office Park Association for the last 12 years. I would like to them for pay for issues that are occuring from the common area outside of my unit, since I am obviously not the cause of the tree roots damaging the pipes.I would like to know my legal rights regarding the decision that has been made by the board. Please advise me on how to resolve this issue with the board.Thank you.Sincerely,Mitra Hooshangi, D.D.S., LLC
I moved into an apartment in Littleton, CO (Arapahoe County)
I moved into an apartment in Littleton, CO (Arapahoe County) with urine on the toilet seats, a bathtub with stains, a kitchen sink that was falling out of the countertop, and dog and cat hair all over the apartment (it was not disclosed, to our knowledge, that the apartment had a pet in it previously, as my family has pet allergies). Are any of these violations of the law that would allow me to get out of my lease agreement without paying an early termination fee?
Thanks in advance for your time. I rent a house and there
Hello. Thanks in advance for your time.I rent a house and there are ALWAYS problems. Often I have gotten tired of waiting for the landlord to handle a problem and have paid for it myself. House is 100 years old - so there is always something.There is now a massive wasp nest hanging beside the attic window. Soooooooooo - do I get a pest control company - OR is it THEIR responsibility???Please advise.THANK YOU
I live in Nevada, and recently moved out of an apartment I'd
I live in Nevada, and recently moved out of an apartment I'd been renting for 3 years. I'm being charged a $350 painting fee- is that normal? I never did anything to alter the walls- never painted, hung shelves, or even put thumbtacks, nothing beyond normal wear and tear. Isn't repainting the landlord's responsibility?
I currently rent a home and the landlord wants to use my deposit
I currently rent a home and the landlord wants to use my deposit to pay repair costs for a bedroom fan that stopped working four months ago. The electrician, which the landlord hired this month, says the room is wired improperly and requires significant work to diagnose. I previously notified the landlord and no work has been completed as of yet. Am I at fault for the repair costs for faulty wiring in a leased home?
The house that I was renting burned down a couple weeks ago.
The house that I was renting burned down a couple weeks ago. Landlord had insurance for structure. Electrical fire that started from light fixture per fire department & Insurance co. I didn't have renters insurance. Landlord is having house re-built. I have to find another home while he is rebuilding.Question: is landlord responsible to secure property - cover with tarps- provide safe environment while I try to salvage my property - personal items ? 20 years of my life /children's life trying to salvage as much as possible.No roof from fire- wires everywhere - - took fire department 3 hours to extinguish -