Users' questions

Why should you never stop paying rent?

Why should you never stop paying rent?

A tenant should never stop paying the rent Each tenant named on the agreement is legally responsible to pay the rent. Not paying, or being behind in rent payments may mean the tenant is given a termination notice, which could make it harder for them to rent another property in the future.

How do you argue moving charges?

Contact your landlord in writing via certified mail, return receipt requested. Inform her of the specific charges you dispute. California law requires that landlords either refund security deposits within 21 days of move out or provide an itemized list of deposit deductions within this time frame.

What should I do if something goes wrong in my apartment?

If something goes awry in your apartment, whether one of the above issues or something else, the landlord or maintenance staff are usually more than willing to resolve the issue quickly. If you have a good relationship with these people, even better.

How to make a complaint to an apartment manager?

After giving details of previous reminders or communiqués, mention if the problem is still unresolved. End by requesting the manager to intervene and resolve this issue immediately to avoid future inconvenience. Be kind and polite enough while mentioning all the complaints. Use our free Complaint Letter to Apartment Manager to help you get started.

What happens if your ex is not a good parent?

So, if you’re parenting in a healthy way but your Ex isn’t, your children will be at risk for developmental problems. Same goes if you’re being too permissive and your Ex is too stern.

What to do if you have a problem with your landlord?

While many complaints against a landlord require escalation to a higher authority, some situations can be resolved by tenants. If your apartment requires repairs or a safety concern needs to be addressed, you can have the problem fixed and get payment from your landlord through a rent deduction.

What happens if I find myself with my ex’s property?

If you find yourself with your ex’s property in your home, and it’s not feasible or mutually agreeable for you to deliver the property to your ex-, you will likely find that you have limited options.

What happens if an ex partner is a tenant?

If an ex-partner is found to have been a tenant, they have the potential to bring an action for wrongful eviction (sometimes called “wrongful detainer”) and potentially to recover damages and attorney fees as part of that action.

What to do if you have a complaint about an apartment?

When your complaint regards a safety hazard in your apartment or at your housing complex, submit a report on the issue to the governmental agency best equipped to address the situation. For example, if your complaint involves a fire hazard, such as a second door at your apartment no longer functioning, the property could violate local fire codes.

What happens if I lock my ex out of my house?

As the details of eviction law and eviction notices vary by state, you should thoroughly investigate your state’s eviction laws or consult a lawyer who handles eviction cases before filing an eviction against your ex-. If you lock your ex- out of the home, you can create significant issues in relation to their personal property.