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Was given 60 days notice after living at residence 20 years,
Hi. Was given 60 days notice after living at residence for about 20 yearsJA: Real Estate issues can be tricky and expensive. The Real Estate Lawyer will need to help you with this.Customer: Property was bought and the new owner served us the notice. I know I have to move but do I pay my monthly or do they have to pay us to move. How does that work. ThanksJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Yea and he told me I have to move or I can stay and then rJA: What advice did they give you?Customer: They will evict us and then we will get another 90 daysJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Well the landlord did not give us notice that he was even selling. Years ago he did promise us that if he decided to sell we would have the first choice. And when he did mention it to us we asked him about that and his answer was he asume we couldn't but the propertyJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Real Estate Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
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I have been living in my apartment years then the landlord
I have been living in my apartment for five years then the landlord changes property management and i sign a new month to month lease. A few months later i get a 60 day termination of tenancy without reason. I write them pleading with them not to do this. They write back saying eviction continues they have plans for the building and my app. But im the only one to get notice. Do i have any rights to stay.
My brother is being evicted from a unit in Antioch, CA the
Hi, I'm Mark Lombardi, My brother is being evicted from a unit in Antioch, CA the landlord told me he has no problem with him rent is always on time but the home owners association claims problems with drugs. my brother has been clean for several years and under a doctors care. there have not been any police actions against him or his room mates the landlord tell's me they don't like the type of friends that come around to visit. Most of them are homeless as was my brother before getting clean. these friends do not camp out or spend the night. as my brother Steve is disabled he can't go visiting. Is there anything we can doJA: OK. Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no been trying to find one but no luck getting a call backJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: the landlord will not put any of this in on paper as the home owners association has threatened him with a $1000.00 per month fine if he does not evictJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Real Estate Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I need to get out of my lease due to uninhabitability of the
I need to get out of my lease due to uninhabitability of the condo. The agent initially agreed, and then changed her mind after I gave her the required email notification. I already have a new place, and they have a new tenant for my condo. Is she legally bound to her verbal agreement from last week?
My son and s family are currently renting an apartment in
Hello,my son and his family are currently renting an apartment in Oswego county Ny,the are expecting another child and have to move to a bigger residence,which they have found and have put a security deposit on,they told their current landlord today.They will be in the new place by the beginning of the next month.The situation and their lack of knowledge puts them in a position where they have to leave before 30 days is up.I understand that they will forfeit their deposit,but at the same time the original lease ran out last year and they have been paying month to month with no current lease,what could happen worst case scenario?
My son and s family live in our house in Dover he is paying
My son and his family live in our house in Dover he is paying us rent. However the wife is talking about filing for an emerg. take of the kids. But she says she would move out if we write up a lease for our son. I personally think she is hoping to throw our son out. If we do not give him a lease how can we get rid of her
My husband and I have rented a house in Chandler, AZ 5
My husband and I have rented a house in Chandler, AZ for almost 5 years. In May, we got an email from the property management company, which stated that the owner plans to sell the house after our lease ends on July 31. They also asked us if we would be interested in ending the lease a month early. I emailed them back, acknowledged that the owner would sell the house, and said I would let them know when we found a new place before I could answer if we were interested in ending the lease a month early.We just got approved for another rental on Monday, June 20. When I asked the property management company if the offer to leave the lease one month early was still available, they said no, because we haven't turned in a 30-days' notice, so we will be required to pay full month's rent for July, even if we've moved out before July 1.Here are my questions:1. Were we served notice properly?2. If we were served notice properly, are we still required to give 30 days' notice and pay the full rent for July?3. If we weren't served notice properly, what are our options?Thank you!
We've been JTWRS co-owners in my parent's home yrs.View more real estate law questions
We've been JTWRS co-owners in my parent's home for 28 yrs. after helping them purchase the home with our initial investment of $40k. They want to include the home in their trust assuring us a min. inheritance of 100k and dividing the remaining proceeds among my 3 siblings as their inheritance. We don't feel this is fair and are concerned about taxes all the way around. They are concerned about losing the home if one or both need long term care someday. I insist they can't be forced to sell the home as long as we're JTWRS and will survive the applicable look back period. Can they include the home in the trust (with us still as JTWRS) without us signing a quit claim deed turning the property over to the trust?