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  1. i don't know the legalities of it, but it seems to me that they are breaking the lease agreement, and since they are being forclosed on, they must not have making the payments anyway. I wouldn't pay. If they want to collect they would...

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 25/03/2008

  2. Of course they can. Read your agreement.

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 22/01/2011

  3. It depends on the state. Anything built after 1979 will not have any lead. Anything painted since 1979 will not have any lead that you will be exposed to, unless of course you decide to start consuming the walls.

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 06/01/2011

  4. If the agent left the agency then the broker will be responsible I would send the email and let them know you are not renewing and would like to schedule a move out Sorry your only bet is to find the ex agent and have her represent you in court if things...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 27/01/2013

  5. Never heard of a building code about that. "Community rules" (AKA HOAs) are another matter completely. Ask to see it in writing. If it ain't in writing, it ain't so.

    3 Answers · Business & Finance · 31/05/2014

  6. Yes. Most states that allow deductions like that say that you must first get 3 estimates and go with the lowest. However, did the conditions exist when you moved in? If so, you were aware of...

    4 Answers · Business & Finance · 06/06/2012

  7. Usually the lease will say a LL cannot co-mingle funds. meaning that it should be put in a separate account drawing interest and if and when you get your deposit back you will also be entitled to the interest amount. No he does not have to furnish...

    5 Answers · Business & Finance · 24/06/2009

  8. You can leave a rating at http://www.apartmentratings.com for the apartment or find an apartment blog for your city like http://www.atlantaapartmentstv.com and leave a comment so that others will know.

    1 Answers · Business & Finance · 30/07/2008

  9. YOU don't know how? go to small claims or superior court and sue her for breach of contract--in this case, a verbal one for reimbursement. and take in your insurance data to court too. puzzling; your house seemed UNFIT TO live in--or--it would become so, under...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 09/10/2008

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