Make sure you tell your landlord as soon as possible as they may be more lenient on you if you are unable to pay or the rent payment will be a little delayed. If you have been a tenant for a long time in the property and know the landlord quite well they may come to some arrangement with you where you can pay double next month for example.
It will depend on the type of tenancy agreement you have signed and what it actually says in your contract. Some landlords will try to evict tenants after a few weeks of not having received rent payment. Others may only wait a few days.
If you are unable to pay your rent, your landlord will issue you with an eviction notice. From that time you will have a period of up to 30 days to reply or make contact or pay the outstanding rent you owe. If you do not pay your rent within that time you will then receive a court order. If you lose your case and choose not to appeal you then have a further period of time before you can legally be evicted.
For more information on your specific case, have a look at your tenancy agreement and try to speak to your landlord to determine whether you can come to some sort of agreement. There may be local housing groups in your area where you can seek advice or you may even choose to seek legal advice from an attorney. There are a lot of websites offering free legal advice so have a look using an Internet search engine to find one that suited to your needs and circumstances.
Yes there is. You just have to go to a court and file against it. I've done it once. It worked and the judge was on my side. He said instead of evicting her, she has my permission to stay another 6 months. Don't panic just go to court and ask them. They will help you.
I know that here where I live the landlord has to give you a 30 day notice and they also have to have an eviction notice from the court for it to be final! I don't know about the last question!
Ok, I have a huge garnishment coming out of my state disability, I am on maternity leave just had a baby 2 weeks ago. I was already late on my rent to begin with. Now since the state is withholding 50 % of my lousy disability. I can barely afford to live let alone pay the rent here. I am forced to look for another place to live. Will they be able to come after me for back rent etc? I also gave a 2200 deposit here. I know they will be keeping that as well. Any feedback?
I think it might be different from state to state and/or country to country. Please specify a general area of residence.
I am renting a house and I just found out that the owner is losing another house and they want to move in the one I'm renting. We paid him first and last month, my husband and I called him and told him that we are not paying him for the month of June because we are moving out in July he said ok that is fine 4 days later we get a paper from an attorney saying 3 day notice or quit. We told him we are moving out I don't understand why he is doing this. I am upset that he lied to us in the first place and didnt tell us he is losing the other house and wants to move in this one we have lived here for only 9 month and having to move again is very hard escpecially when you have 3 kids, I'm very stressed and upset and I don't want this to go on my credit.. Please help me
I still owe $270.00 for last months rent due to loss of job. The owner is working with me but last week when I found a job the property manager called my work and managed to get me fired simply by calling. Now the property manager wants to "meet with me in person to discuss the rent." They were evasive and when I asked why couldn't we talk over the phone she said "is there a problem." What does this all sound like I should expect tomorrow?
I'm not certain about filing for time but there should be a place to seek help with payment in your area,the landlord can give you 30 days after the first months rent was missed and the eviction notice should be filed in court and you wait to be notified to come to court actually by the time all this takes place you may have been given close to ninty days,but hopefully you will catch your rent up or make some type arrangements with your landlord...good luck
You can move out or get a good Lawyer to help ~
I Lived in this apartment for over 15 years in a month to month paying $600 and my landlord want to raised the rent to $2200 hundred can she race the rent?
We're in the Bronx, New York.