Oh my god! It`s a frustrating experience. A signed lease is a legal contract, and if they withdraw, you have the legal right to recover all the money you gave them. As with any other legal status, I recommend that you contact the local housing authority to check the rules applicable to that state/county. I cannot give legal advice, so from there it is up to you to seek the help of a lawyer on this. I hope everything`s going to be okay for both of you. If the owner or owner`s representative states that the rental agreement is missing from his file, he must provide you with a written statement that specifies the name, address and telephone number of the person to whom the person is being rented and the form in which the rents are to be paid to that person. The local manager and the owner are responsible for providing you with a copy of the lease signed in accordance with the California Civil Code Section 1962 (d). The rental agreement is a formal contract between a tenant and a landlord or a landlord`s representative, such as a property manager who describes the conditions of accommodation in a rental property for rent. Even if you have contacted the manager several times, you should send a formal letter and copy your superior`s supervisor or owner. Make sure you keep a copy of your letter for your files.
Hello Migdalia, unless you have signed a new lease before the old one, you are now on a month to month contract until the new lease is signed by both parties. I strongly recommend that you contact your landlord as soon as possible to find out why there was a delay in depositing the cheque and paying the new lease. If your landlord or rental agency has also lost the original lease, you may be asked to sign a new lease and reconserate it on the date you signed the original lease. You also have the option to provide you with a written statement stating that the original lease has been lost and to provide the following information: the name and contact information of the landlord or property manager, when and where the rent should be sent, and the form or forms in which you should pay the rent. Thanks for that question, Martia. You should check with your local housing authority on your territory, but in general, a management change is not going to break a rental agreement. The management company is only a service provider acting on behalf of the owner. The same authority (and the same leasing company) subtract, as is not the case significantly, the provisions of the lease. Again, I would recommend whether there are reservations or regulations against the contrary in your state. Most leases are not written in plain English and, in many cases, it is not clear what certain terms mean.
For example, instead of using the terms “owner” and “tenant,” leases generally designate the landlord as a landlord and the tenant as a tenant. Below is a list of the most common rental terms and conditions and what you should pay attention to. The second drawback of a written lease is that it can impose restrictions on you that a lessor cannot impose without a written lease. For example, standard leasing often prohibits tenants from having pets. Standard leasing can also limit the number of roommates you can have or if you can sublet. You can try to renegotiate these and other terms of a written lease at any time during your lease. If you have a pet and the owner tries to evict you for breach of the lease by having the pet, you can defend yourself against eviction if you have a disability and your pet helps you cope with this disability. If this is the case, your landlord may have a duty to provide you with suitable accommodation by allowing you to keep your pet.
Write a letter to the owner to tell them that you need your pet because of your disability and ask n