My husband and I are separating so he left and went to move back in with his mom,and left me with 2 kids. His cousin who is also our landlord has decided to sell our house short notice out of spite. He is coming after me for rent in the full amount and threatening to evict me ,but doesn t bother his cousin. Do I
My husband and I are separating so he left and went to move back in with his mom,and left me with 2 kids. His cousin who is also our landlord has decided to sell our house short notice out of spite. He is coming after me for rent in the full amount and threatening to evict me ,but doesn t bother his cousin. Do I have any rights ?
Your landlord is able to come after both you and you husband for the rent or each of you individually. You are the one that continue to reside in the rental unit.
Since you are currently residing in the house, you would be the logical one that would pay and be responsible to pay the rent.
You and your husband's relationship is not the responsibility of your landlord. I am not sure how you would be able to tell if your landlord is doing something out of spite. Your landlord want his rent.
Your landlord is able to make a decision to sell his house or not.
If you have not and are not able to pay the full amount of the rent, your landlord would and could give you a
notice to pay or quit (move).
It appears as if you would need to go to the county department of child welfare and see about getting child support for your children.
If you are not able to pay the rent where you currently reside, you would need to find a place to live where you are able to afford.
I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.
Yes. If you have a lease, he has to honor it, unless you have violated the lease. Are your payments up to date? If the lease has expired or you are on a month to month lease, then you are entitle to 30 day's notice, 60 days if the lease called for 60 days' notice. He has a right to come after you for the full amount of the rent. You live there – you owe it. When you and your husband divorce, claim for what is fair and equitable.
You owe full rent if you are living there. However, you can sue your soon to be ex husband as part of the divorce for his half. Unfortunately the landlord can go after just one person on the lease in a lawsuit. Once he wins, you can go after the other person in court for their half.
You owe full rent regardless of who your landlord is and if you are not paying then the landlord will give you notice to leave and could go to court to evict you
You have the right to pay the full rent or risk eviction. The landlord has no control
over your husband. However, it is now your right to file for child support.
if you have a lease that hasn't expired, then you don't have to move, provided you pay the rent.
If no lease, then with 30 days notice you have to move.
First, talk with your husband and explain that there are kids involved. He should talk with his family and tell them to back off. But you both still owe rent.
2nd, GO SEE A LAWYER
the only righs you have is a lease you may have with the owner as long as you have paid the rent
if you fail to pay the rent you have NO rights at all
You have the "right" to pay or be evicted. The l/l is not interested in your marital problems.
You also have the right to file a divorce and/or child support petition. best to get started on it.
He is able to do so – you and your husband are equal on the lease, and both equally liable for the full amount of the rent.
you have the right to pay the full monthly rent. if you have a yearly lease, you can stay until the lease expires. if the lease is expired, you are entitled to legal notice to vacate