Can a landlord remove my property from the basement after the lease expires?

Answer On One Hand: Holdover Tenancy.Most leases provided by a landlord will have a provision for what happens when a lease expires. Normally, there is an option to renew or to go to a month-to-month agre... Read More »

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Landlord shopping centre.The lease states the tenant is liable for charges for property management that the landlord incurs.Landlord appoints family company to manage.Tenant still liable?

Usually the new property management will send out a letter to the tenants announcing and introducing themselves to the existing tenants. If not, it is only a management company. They only manage th... Read More »

Should the landlord provide insurance for a renter if you are unable to get renters insurance due to a claim the landlord filed on the property?

I'm in Georgia. Can you prove they forced you to buy? They wouldn't give you the furniture if you didn't pay the extra? They are covering their assets. If you think you got ripped keep on trucking ... Read More »

If a property management company doesn't have a renter for a property who is responsible for the mortgage payment The property management company or the landlord?

That is correct. The landlord is responsible for the mortgage payment as the investment property is ultimately his (name on the deed). And I also agree with the advice given below. A competent and ... Read More »

Does a landlord or owner have to have a property insurance?

If the property in question is not paid off and there is still a mortgage to be paid, the mortgage company requires that the purchaser have full insurance coverage on the property. They do not want... Read More »