Many landlords wish to go into their tenants' units unannounced, but entering without notice can have real legal consequences. While entering a tenant's unit without notice may be permissible in cases of emergency or abandonment, it's still a good idea to provide some form of notice.
In collaboration with community partners, LCBH staff attorneys have prepared a sample bed bug infestation notice and instructions for use. Please read and understand the instructions prior to using this sample letter. Under the Chicago Bed Bug Ordinance, a tenant who sees or suspects bed bugs in their unit must notify the landlord in writing, within 5 days. The bed bug ordinance applies to all ...
If the landlord is successful in his attempts to find a new tenant, you may only need to pay a portion of the remaining rent due under the lease. Suppose the landlord isn’t lucky, then you will still be liable to pay the remaining rent due under the lease. The landlord may also use your security deposit to help cover the money you owe.
If the landlord or tenant gives notice that complies with AS 34.03.290, the landlord shall mail the written notice and refund required by (b) of this section within 14 days after the tenancy is terminated and possession is delivered by the tenant, except the landlord shall have 30 days after the tenancy is terminated to mail the refund if costs ...
Jan 29, 2018 · Non-payment of Rent: The landlord needs to serve the tenant a 10 days’ notice. Failure by the tenant to pay within the 10 days allows the landlord to file an eviction lawsuit against them. Criminal Activities: Here, the landlord can serve an “Unconditional Quit Notice.” This means that the tenant doesn’t have any other option but to leave.
102 2. Landlords, Tenants, and Police Civil Liability. The case of . Soldal v. Cook County, Illinois, #91-6516, 506 U.S. 56 (1992) involved a family that lived in a mobile home that they owned, which stood on rented land in a trailer
(b) A LANDLORD IS NOT REQUIRED TO PAY FOR ANY OTHER EXPENSES OF A TENANT THAT ARISE AFTER THE RELOCATION PERIOD. A TENANT CONTINUES TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT OF RENT UNDER THE RENTAL AGREEMENT DURING THE PERIOD OF ANY TEMPORARY RELOCATION AND FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE TERM OF THE RENTAL AGREEMENT FOLLOWING THE REMEDIATION. SECTION 4.