Landlord shopping centre.The lease states the tenant is liable for charges for property management that the landlord incurs.Landlord appoints family company to manage.Tenant still liable?
No, a former landlord can't charge the tenants to change the lockson the property. All sorts of situations can happen betweenlandlords and tenants when it comes to changing lo…cks. Whetherlandlords change the locks or tenant changes them, both need toknow what otherone can and cannot do. So all should know evrythingbefore going to buy a property. I have some idea regarding LasVegas Eviction Services of RocketEviction, which offers quick,efficient Nevada eviction services for apartment complex owners,high-rise condominium owners and other multi-family rentals inClark County, Nevada.
If your landlord lost your signed lease and that was the only copy are you liable to stay in that apartment?
The landlord must give you a copy of your lease within 30 days.There is usually a paper you both sign saying you received it. Ifit is lost you are not liable to stay in the ap…artment. On theother hand, this also means the landlord can evict you or raiseyour rent on you without warning because of no properdocumentation.
Is a tenant liable for property damage if the landlord left an item in this case a bed frame on the property which the tenant started to use without permission and then broke?
Any item that was present at the time of rental or lease signing, if damaged, is to be repaired to the best ability of the tenant, or if repair is not possible, then the landl…ord is entitled to collect damages. Before the lease was signed, there should have been a "walk through" with the landlord or their appointed agent, and this item should have been removed from the property before the tenant took possession.
Your question is not clear, is the landlord baggering you for therent or is it in regards to something else? Is the rent late? Yourrent is due every month (or week), regardles…s of landlord behavior.But the landlord cannot harass tenants, regardless of reason. Theycan evict for non-payment, following the procedures dictated by thelaws in your state. That said, if the landlord is abusive they canbe taken to a standard civil court.
What is to be included, and how it is to be calculated (especially where an allocation between a bill covering more than one tennant), should be part of the CAM agreement. (If… on square footage of space vs all square footage in building, or vs only the square footage rented in building, measured from inner walls or outer walls, a fixed percentage, based on receipts, or whatever....absolutely specified). Taxes, insurance, maintaince (cleaning/repair/parking lot), common area utilities, management fees, advertising and basically all costs of the proerty and advancing the businesses there, that the owner/manager incurs are commonly in the CAM charges. An advantage of paying taxes through it is, generally, that it then means the individual store is legally allowed to challenge the assemsnt with the tax district. (Which the landlord, having the cost as a pass through, may not otherwise be real concerned about doing...and because of the political advantages of paying more tax, appraisal considerations, etc., may actually be happier having higher).
It depends on why it fell off. . If it was due to old age, a leaking roof or faulty workmanship, the landlord fixes it. . If it fell down because of something that you, your… family or your guests did, the landlord still fixes it, but you pay for it. The common reasons are . deliberate damage (aka vandalism). . fixing something heavy to the ceiling, which pulls it down. . allowing water to leak onto a floor upstairs. This could be leaving the bath running. It could also be getting a blocked toilet, then repeatedly flushing it, rather than plunging it until the blockage clears.
Are you saying that you paid the rent and then the landlord lost the payment?. You would have to determine at which point the rent was lost. For instance, if the check never …arrived in the mail and was not cashed, then it wasn't the fault of the landlord. If it is a personal check, then payment could be stopped and the check replaced, without a problem.
Is it legal for property management to sign a tenant lease agreement as the landlord or landowner without the landowners permission or knowledge?
If there is no agreement between the landowner and the property manager that gives the property manager authority to sign in the name of the landowner, and no request for perm…ission to do so, then the act of the property manager executing a lease agreement with a tenant might not be legal.
A lease is a contract and if any clause in the contract is broken then either of the party can nullify it .The landlord in terms of the lease contract must sent one month noti…ce(mentioned in the lease contract) and get the premises vacated to be free from the contract.If the tenant refuses to do so it becomes a legal matter and the court has to be approached to get the premises vacated.
To my knowledge, there is no law in place that states you cannot rent to felons. A landlord can rent to whomever they please, as long as its not discrimination. I dont think h…aving a felony would fall under that catagory, just gender, race or religion are the main catagories of discrimination. Now, if they put on their rental application a question asking if you are a felon and you responded no, and you actually are, they could break the lease based on that lie. Otherwise, they are free and clear to rent to felons.
Depending on the pass-through sections of your lease, the landlordmay be able to charge you a management fee. Each lease isindividual. If you'd like more information about you…r specificcase, drop a direct message with your contact information ontwitter @nnnleaseaudit or nnnleaseaudit.blogspot.
When a tenant breaks a residential lease can the landlord charge rent until the lease expires or the landlord finds a new tenant?
Yes, unless the landlord breached the lease in some significant way.
No. A minor cannot be party to a contract.
Generally if there's no contract or lease, then the relationship is subject to standard Landlord-Tenancy laws in your state.
The natural demise of the lease is grounds for eviction. The process varies by state.