Notice to Vacate Requirements On 06/01/05, my lease expired and we moved to a…

Notice to Vacate Requirements
On 06/01/05, my lease expired and we moved to a month to month lease. I had previously informed my landlord in a detailed conversation that we had that it was my intent to vacate on 07/31/2005. However on 06/07/2005 when the issue came up again, she informed me that in spite of the conversation that we had, and of the fact that she was aware of my intent to move out on 07/31/2005, due to the fact that she had not received a 60 day written notice to vacate by 05/31/2005, we were obligated for the rent through the end of August. She indicated that even though we were now on a month-to-month basis, the lease indicated that we were still required to give a 60 days notice. However, according to Minnesota Statute 504B, since we are no longer under contractual obligation as the lease ended on 06/01/05 we are considered “Tenants-at-will”, and as such 504B indicates are only required to provide a 30 day written notice to vacate. Since there is a conflict between the lease terms which require a 60 days notice to vacate and Minnesota Statute 504B which requires a 30 days notice, it was my understanding that Minnesota Statutes would supersede the contract law. Is my understanding of the situation above correct?

Lease Confusion When i rented my apartment 9 years ago i signed a 1 year lease…

Lease Confusion
When i rented my apartment 9 years ago i signed a 1 year lease after this lease expired i was not offered a renewal.

The apartment building has changed owners at least twice during my tenancy and have not been offered any kind of renewal from any owner.

By my understanding my lease became month to month after the first 1 year lease expired.

My question is this, can the current owner 9 years later (i am still living in the same apartment) with out notice suddenly give me a 1 year lease to sign which has already started and 6 months into the lease already without my knowledge?

I hope that makes sense, Thank you for your time.

Im trying to figure out if im right in trying to get my deposit back from my…

Im trying to figure out if im right in trying to get my deposit back from my previous landlord. We gave him 30 days written notice that we were moving out, and weeks after we had moved i called to make sure that he had put the correct address when he mailed our deposit, and he stated that we werent going to be getting it because we hadnt given him 90 days written notice since that was in our lease, but we were on a month to month basis, so does the lease terms still apply even when its up?

Landlord Morgage Foreclosure I recieved a morgage foreclosure notice from the…

Landlord Morgage Foreclosure
I recieved a morgage foreclosure notice from the county sherrif, stating my landlord’s morgage is in foreclosure. It state the property would be sold on the 25th of Oct. I was told the bank will by it, and then my landlord will have 6 months to come up with the past due balance or sell it. my first question is can the landlord sell the property after the 25th of Oct. even though the bank will own it. and do I have a legal obligation to continue paying my rent to her, or do I need to contact the bank that owns the property. I currently have a month to month lease.

equity ownership in property as joint tennants, unmarried, can the equity built…

equity ownership in property
as joint tennants, unmarried, can the equity built up in a home be based on monthly contributions to mortgage if one party moves out of the home and fails to or chooses not to fulfill the original contract of a 50/50 split on mortgage payments? A suit to quiet title or partition will result in sale of home and i woudl rather leverage other ideas to solve this problem in which one party wants excessive amount of money in a buy out. Do i have any alternatives to keep my home when one party leaves and fails to maintain the property equally whiel demanding 50/50 equity division upon sale. How coudl i contract for deed or can the ownership be changed to tennants in common without the lenders permission?