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  • #2953

    Lex
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    • This topic was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  Lex.
  • #3599

    cellgrel
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    How can one search topics or tags within a Forum?

  • #3613

    Lex
    Keymaster

    I never noticed before, but you can only apparently search the Forums from the main Forum page, not from within individual forums. I will look into whether that can be changed.

  • #3667

    Lady Charli
    Participant

    What rights does an incarcerated tenant have to obtain personal belongings from the rental property? And does the landlord have the right to rent the place with the previous tenants belongings still there? He was r he only person renting monthly & was arrested the last week of the month, before the next month rent due.

  • #3670

    Lex
    Keymaster

    This should be in the Real Estate Forum and was overlooked. Anyway…

    A landlord in general terms has a lien over property on the premises to insure payment of the rent.

    Now, it can get complicated at this point.

    Did anyone attempt to clear out the apartment before the rent was due? The proper procedure for the landlord is to get a court order authorizing him to seize property on the premises. Most people do not have the money to go the proper route. If the landlord did not go the proper route, then he could be liable in damages. However, that gets back to whether anyone has the money to go to court.

  • #3841

    Kenneth Biggs
    Participant

    My mother in law,& her (daughter) live in a mobile home, owned by the daughter. They are being evicted, from the trailer park because the grandson, (son of the daughter), (grandson of the mother in law) had to move in. The son has no job or nowhere else to go. The problem or reason the trailer park owners are evicting them out, is the son at one time rented a trailer in the park years a go and was evicted for failure to pay rent. Lost his job their was no crime or arrest involved. What can they do ? We filed an appeal within 24 hours and have to be in court at 9:00 am October 31,2017, that is tomorrow. My name is Kenneth email is kwvikings@peoplescom.net, phone is 903 878 2458 Thank you

    • This reply was modified 3 weeks, 1 day ago by  Kenneth Biggs. Reason: none Sorry
  • #3843

    Kenneth Biggs
    Participant

    Kenneth Biggs

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    My mother in law,& her (daughter) live in a mobile home, owned by the daughter. They are being evicted, from the trailer park because the grandson, (son of the daughter), (grandson of the mother in law) had to move in. The son has no job or nowhere else to go. The problem or reason the trailer park owners are evicting them out, is the son at one time rented a trailer in the park years a go and was evicted for failure to pay rent. Lost his job their was no crime or arrest involved. What can they do ? We filed an appeal within 24 hours and have to be in court at 9:00 am October 31,2017, that is tomorrow. My name is Kenneth email is kwvikings@peoplescom.net, phone is 903 878 2458 Thank you

  • #3848

    Bassmaster
    Participant

    You posted this (these) in the wrong forum and now it is too late to respond since the court date was yesterday.

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