Power of Attorney
Is it true that once the person who made you power of attorney is deceased, that you no longer have rights to their estate to make decisions where everything goes?
Can a landlord who selectively enforces ”community standards” (i.e. issuing a violation letter threating eviction to one renter while ignoring parallel violations by other renters) terminate a month to month lease? As an example, we have received a warning regarding bicycles being stored on our patio, while the tenants across the street (as well as approx. 22 other tenants throughout the complex), who also have bicycles stored on their patio have not received any correspondence at all. Do I have any recourse in the event that the property manager attempts to terminate our rental?
we have been informed that in 2007 that no longer will rent statements will be sent out to tenants and if we are paying after the 5th we owe $20.00 more can we ask for a receipt as I do not trust the management people here and if they refuse what can I do?
I was told that I could demand a statement for my records to be sent to me each month or I would not pay till I got one we do not have a lease just month to month and now they charge water per person occupying the mobile home units which they do not own only space is leased.
What do do when there is no durable power of attorney
My Grandfather is in the advanced stages of Alzheimer’s. To date he has refused to sign a power of attorney. He has been getting increasingly aggresive with my Grandmother and has recently started to threaten her. He still functions on many basic levels, but cannot remember events from one minute to the next. From the research I’ve done, it sounds like when the time comes that he needs to be placed in a long-term facility our only option will be requesting that the courts appoint a guardian. (I love him dearly, but I also know that he will never willingly leave his home.) I guess my question is, is a guardianship the best way to handle this? It is getting to the point where my Grandmother’s safety may become an issue. At the same time, if we remove her from the home there is no way the he can survive day to day. I appreciate any advice you might have. I am lost.
1. How offten does a landlord need to change carpet in an apt complex.
2. I have durable power of attorney, and I am having issue with my mothers landlord what can I do, I.E. she is not fixing issues with my mothers place not listing to me about complants. As well as getting upset cause I let it be known that if issues are not addressed the proper athorites will be called.