Can an HOA require annual proof of license and vaccinations
Can an HOA require annual proof of license and vaccinations for a service dog?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state the association is in?Customer: IndianaJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: The owner of the dog submitted documentation from a therapist in Oregon who conducts telephone interviews. Is this the type of paperwork?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
I have a small dog. He is usually very well behaved. He does
I have a small dog. He is usually very well behaved. He does bark very loud when someone knocks on the door. We are moving into a condo and it says in the lease that if your pet is a disturbance they can make you remove the dog within 48 hours or they will remove him with authorities. Our dog is like our child. If this occurred could we get out of the lease? Obviously we would have to move.
I received an sheriffs notice to vacate my apartment
I received an sheriffs notice to vacate my apartment yesterday and today the apartment complex said I violated my lease due to my older son moving out, I do not have a pet lease and I have 2 cats, and I have not been staying in my apartment. My younger son is at my apartment and I have been back and forth from my apartment and my boyfriends apartment which is 8 apartments down from mine.
I live in. in may i was hospitalized for attempted suicide
I live in Virginia. in may i was hospitalized for attempted suicide because of an abusive partner. long story. i came home and began rebuilding my life. i have not been able to pay rent in 5 months. my landlord never contacted me even though i mailed him a letter thanking him for his patience a month ago. last night after dark i found a typed letter he signed taped to my door telling me i have 10 days to vacate. he also claims i violated his pet policy. he told me three years ago i could get a dog. he himself has fed my dog and interacted with her on numerous occassions. shes been here three years! Hes claiming damages. not true. this house has half blocked off because he never finished it yet i pay utilities for all.he also nvr provided receipts. im not sure how he came up with a figure because he always took cash and nvr kept records. i asked him several times for a balance in writing and he nvr provided one. my question is... can he show up and just put me out without having me served from the courts?
Not sure that you can. We have a tenant who moved out and
Not sure that you can. We have a tenant who moved out and trashed our cabin. Hasn't returned all keys, left large appliances for us to dispose of, broke bathroom counter tiles, gouge laminated wood floorboards, dog urinated on area rugs and floors and were left to dry, two puddles went into floor vents. They are denying it and saying they have pictures that the place was in better shape than when they moved in. We took the housekeeper that cleaned it on the day they moved in with us for the walk-thru because their family wouldn't go for them. They have now threatened legal action. We have already spent $744 out of $1500 security/pet deposit just for cleaning, rugs taken to try to clean and money to turn water back on due to nonpayment of bill. Who protects us? It has been 30 days today, BUT they haven't returned all keys and have left washer and dryer, air conditioner, etc., which the lease agreements states means they haven't vacated. Who protects us?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the property is in?Customer: Crestline, CaliforniaJA: Has any paperwork been filed?Customer: Not yet. We sent a letter with a flash drive of pictures and they are staying with her mother. I sent her mother a letter in the package with copies of our e-mails back and forth (no confidentiality clauses at the bottoms) to back up what I was saying. She also said that it was illegal to send them to a third party. My understanding is e-mail conversations that are not labeled as confidential are just like forwarding it to a friend.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Because it is not always so easy to get actual appointments for repairs when we are 45 minutes down the mountain in the city, and the weather is different at 5100 ft., we have been able to get some things done, but the big things are going to take more time (ie. how we are going to deal with the damaged laminate floor, how far, if at all, does urine go down the heater shafts, and broken bathroom tile repair/replace, can we get written estimates? Or even estimates with appointments scheduled after 10/31, which is the deadline they gave us? I feel like they have done this before.
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.
I am in the process of purchasing an existing store in, and
I am in the process of purchasing an existing store in Virginia, and I noticed that the store was paying pretty high rent compare to other stores in the same shopping centre. This store has 3 year lease contract at $17.50/sqft, and it has been in the same shopping centre for the last 20 years. Another store in the same building was available at $12/sqft. The shopping centre itself is pretty old, so you can assume that all stores are in similar condition to one another.Is it uncommon to have stores in the same shopping centre having this much price difference? I do like to purchase the business, but I don't feel right about having a lease with $5/sqft difference. I am pretty sure the landlord will not renew the lease as current owner of the business has extended the lease just recently.For your information, it's a self pet wash business.
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I am pet/house sitting for some people. Our arrangnment was
I am pet/house sitting for some people. Our arrangnment was until the 23rd of October. They have decided to cut their trip short and informed me Monday through their daughter that they want me to come back on Friday. The woman who owns the house was not able to speak to me directly til yesterday at which time we came to an amicable agreement. Then today she changed her mind and just wants me out tomorrow. I have no where to go (as the place I normally rent is rented out to someone else right now) and no time to even make arrangement. We do not have any agreement regarding early termination. What are my rights to remain in the house til the end of the agreement. Can they just kick me out?