How long can you typically go without paying your apartment rent if you got a 3 days notice to pay the rent or get out?
The land lord has to go to court to throw you out, (actually, to enter your apartment, and to remove everything in it and put it at the side of the street).The pay or quit notice tells you when that will happen, usually 30 days. So if he goes to court, and if the court grants him possession, he can do that after court. `However if you are duely summonsed, and you do not show up, the judge has a choice to go ahead anyway (if he has reason to believe that you could have been there, and are just stalling), or to give you a continuance, another court date in 30 days. If you do get the continuance, you will still be made to pay, but you have another 30 days before they come to move your stuff out, and yes you will have to pay the next rent due, as well. The judge can grant another continuance if he feels that either party has a good reason to get one. But this is less common. And if he gets the feeling that one party is stalling (usually the tenan) he will make his judgement in your absence.So you have longer than three days, but after three days the landlord will request the court date and for you to be summonsed.And this will go on your credit record. It would be better business, and protect your credit rating if you pay the rent now using a credit card, and pay the card back when you get the money that you expect. If you are not regular in your payment of the rent, the next landlord may not want you as a tenant.Good luck.
There is curfew in my area and Internet service is blocked, how can I fill my exam form as today is the last day to fill it out?
Spend less time using your blocked Internet to ask questions on Quora, andTravel back in time to when there was no curfew and you were playing Super Mario Kart, and instead, fill out your exam form.
I want to break the lease with my landlord. I am in California. Can I just wait for a 3 day notice to quit, move out, give the keys, and avoid an eviction record and not be responsible for the remaining rent?
I can only speak about Texas, but in Texas, when you get a 3-day notice-to-quit & vacate, that IS the beginning of the eviction process.If you get out and surrender keys within the 3 calendar days it allows, then you won’t become named in an eviction suit. You can’t evict someone who has already given you possession and vacated.If you also pay any back rent you owe, then you only have to worry about future rent for the remainder of your lease, until the landlord signs with a new tenant.The Notice To Quit & Vacate is not a matter of public record, so there’s nothing to follow you around later, except probably your landlord’s bad recommendation to future landlords. That settles you up free and clear for whatever caused the eviction notice.But there is still the question of remaining months on the lease, and you will be responsible for at least a month of that, maybe 4–5 months if it takes that long for your landlord to find a new tenant. You’ll get a Demand Letter from your landlord, or maybe from his attorney, and if you don’t pay the amount it demands, you will be looking at a different lawsuit, other than the eviction suit you were originally facing when you got the 3-day eviction notice.In Texas (and this may not be the case in any other state), the landlord has what’s called a “Duty To Mitigate”.If you break the lease four months into a 24-month lease, the landlord can’t turn around the next day and sue you for the remaining 20 months.He must make good faith efforts to find another tenant, and when he’s successful in that, your financial obligation ends as soon as a lease begins with the new tenant.He knows, at that point, how much to demand from you and sue over if necessary. That was something he didn’t know when you handed in the keys, because he could sign a lease with a new tenant that same week, a few months later, or any time in between.If it takes him four months to get someone else in there, you are responsible for any back rent you left owing, plus the four months the property sat vacant.“Good Faith” means the landlord can’t take that opportunity to start a 6-month remodel of the house before spending four months getting a new tenant into it.Efforts to find a tenant must be made as soon as he can get it restored to the state it was in when you took possession, all repaired, cleaned up, and ready to rent.And he can’t delay that (if somehow he even wanted to) by doubling or tripling the rent, unless you were getting a heck of a deal, like half prevailing rental value for such a house. He must be trying to rent it at fair market value.
How do I create a fillable HTML form online that can be downloaded as a PDF? I have made a framework for problem solving and would like to give people access to an online unfilled form that can be filled out and downloaded filled out.
Create PDF Form that will be used for download and convert it to HTML Form for viewing on your website.However there’s a lot of PDF to HTML converters not many can properly convert PDF Form including form fields. If you plan to use some calculations or validations it’s even harder to find one. Try PDFix Form Converter which works fine to me.
After filling out Form 6, how many days does it require to get your voter ID? Should I download it online?
I think it takes 2-3 months to verify your application and further other process then will get registered as voter in electoral roll. Then the voter Id will dispatch to you through BLO of your part of constituency.If you fill the form 6 on nvsp.in then you can check or track the status of your application.You will not supposed to get the digital copy of your voter Id online.I hope this will help you…..