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Concerning law regarding the contracting, payment, and collection of rent between a tenant and a landlord. Tag can also be used for rental agreements related to property other than real estate.

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the entire rent payment was not made, it might be an as applied violation in the case of a late fee on a large rent payments that was only minimally short, as in this case. The usury law contains an … rental agreement or as an addendum to such agreement. An owner may impose a reasonable late fee for each month an occupant does not pay rent when due. A late fee of twenty dollars or twenty percent of …
answered Aug 23 '18 by ohwilleke
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Usually, your landlord is going to deduct this from your security deposit rather than invoice you for it. As a practical matter, your options to dispute the charges are generally going to be excessi …
answered Jan 18 '18 by ohwilleke
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"statutory definition of security does not include legitimate rent and in determining characterization of payment as security or legitimate rent trier of fact must look to various factors including … payment of rent, used or to be used for any purpose, including, but not limited to, any of the following: “(1) The compensation of a landlord for a tenant's default in the payment of rent
answered Jul 12 by ohwilleke
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This sounds improper if not expressly authorized by the lease, unless there is some option, for example, to send a check by ordinary mail or to have someone pick it up in person for you on your behalf …
answered Jan 19 '17 by ohwilleke
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Being Evicted Is Not A Crime It is not a crime to be evicted. So, you will not get a criminal record if you fail to pay your rent and are evicted. Failing to pay rent is merely a breach of contract … considered by prospective employers and for many other purposes (e.g. as grounds to charge you higher insurance premiums, or to refuse to rent property to you, or to refuse to extend you credit). I am not …
answered Aug 3 '17 by ohwilleke
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Originally I thought they were so the landlord can increase the rent to a very high amount to put pressure on the tenant to hurry up and move out. Sometimes this is the intent. For example … , this was the intent the lease from the office I moved out of earlier this month where the holdover clause doubled the rent during a holdover period. In this cases, it provides a less messy and more …
answered Feb 20 '18 by ohwilleke
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statutory requirement: § 383.660. Tenant's noncompliance with rental agreement - Failure to pay rent (1) Except as provided in KRS 383.505 to 383.715, if there is a material noncompliance by … agreement. (2) If rent is unpaid when due and the tenant fails to pay rent within seven (7) days after written notice by the landlord of nonpayment and his intention to terminate the …
answered Apr 7 '17 by ohwilleke
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obligations under the rental agreement are terminated and the tenant shall vacate the dwelling and avoid liability for future rent and shall not incur early termination penalties or fees if the tenant … on the rental agreement, the tenant is liable only for rent owed or paid through the date of the lease termination plus any previous obligations outstanding on that date. The amount due from …
answered Aug 9 '17 by ohwilleke
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You are responsible vis-a-vis the landlord. If the obligations are not current, then the landlord has a right to terminate the primary lease, and your sublease is derivative of the primary lease, so y …
answered Dec 3 '18 by ohwilleke
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damages and a fine and court costs as well, and your credit record will be screwed and no one will rent to you ever again if they find out by doing a cursory background check. Your mum probably won't …
answered Nov 11 '16 by ohwilleke