Users' questions

How long is too long for house guest?

How long is too long for house guest?

Re: How long is too long for family house guests to stay? Limiting it to 3 days for someone who is high maintenance is certainly reasonable. We have some family that are never invited more than 3 days at a time and some family/friends that could spend a few weeks if they wanted to.

Can a sister own a house and live rent free?

This is the more likely possibility, although it isn’t possible to know for sure without examining the deed by which your sister took title. If the house was titled in tenancy in common, then she owns an undivided 50% of the house, and the remainder is divided as set forth in the Will. Any tenant in common is entitled to use the property rent free.

What happens if one sibling inherits a house and does not pay rent?

One sibling inherits real estate and the sister who lives in the home does not. The sister that lives in the home did not pay a fair rent, or any rent, and refused to leave after their father died. The terms of the living trust stated after the parents die, the trustee sells the home and split the proceeds.

What happens if a sister refuses to move out of a house?

It’s easy for outsiders, or a third party, to judge that the sister who lives in the home was taking advantage by not paying a fair rent and refusing to leave. One sibling will inherit homes as part of the parent’s estate and the sister living in the home gets disinherited.

Why is my sister living in my house?

keep in mind that some of a typical market value rent covers allowances for times the home is between tenants, repairing damage by tenants, the chances of a tenant just stopping paying rent, and the “ick” of a stranger living in “your” property. None of these apply to your sister.

When do siblings have to move out of house?

One challenge that arises, however, is when the parent passes away and the personal representative/successor trustee (PR), often a sibling, is left with the task of having to get his or her brother to move out of the house to market and sell the property.

Can a person be thrown out of a house without a lease?

You can’t just throw him out, though — you’ll have to get a court order forcing him to leave. It comes as a surprise to most people, but whether there’s a lease or not, it really doesn’t matter. In fact, you probably have created a lease — just not a written one. In most situations without a lease, the tenant pays rent on a monthly basis.

Can a brother have a month to month lease?

Under the best circumstances, a month-to-month lease will be in place and the brother will be paying rent on time. This is the traditional landlord-tenant relationship.

Can you rent a room in a house without a lease?

Long-term or formal leases don’t always work for every situation, so state laws allow landlords and tenants to enter into alternative agreements like renting a room in a house without a lease. These unwritten agreements cannot commit either party to a lease longer than a year,…