I\’m renting a house in Lacey, Washington, and my girlfriend and I have been sub-leasing a room and a garage to her younger brother for a number of months. Due to his recent behavior (harassment of friends, lack of rent paid) as well as an ongoing problem of his overwhelming amount of material possessions, (broken bikes, car parts, random buckets, rugs, traffic cones, tires, chairs, etc., etc.) which have created a mess in and by the garage, I recently gave him a ten-day notice to quit the property. The due date was July 28, and he\’s found another place to stay, but his heaping mountains of stuff are still here, as well as a number of his cars and cars he was fixing for people. It fills his room, the garage, half the yard, and takes up space in a sparsely wooded area on the edge of the property.\n\nI want his stuff gone, to make the property safer and more attractive. Also, my girlfriend and I are moving out, ourselves, in fifteen days. Is there anything I, or my landlord, can do?
What legal documents do teens need
For a senior decisions class, what legal documents should high school seniors (18+) consider? I’m thinking will, health care directive, etc. – we’re preparing them for the real world (or trying to) and want to cover the basics. Have already provided material from King County Bar Asso., but there’s no mention of personal documents. Thanks
My father-in-law whom I care for has recently been declared competent again by his physician. When he saw his attorney and told her that he wanted to be re-instated as Trustee her response was we’ll see about that. One of his sons who is co-successor trustee has been trying to gain complete control of trust. The attorney also kept all his original trust documents and will not return them. He has nothing not even a health care directive. What can he do?
Hold Harmless Agreement
My ex-spouse defaulted on debts that were awarded to them in the divorce, I paid the bills and sued my ex as we had a hold harmless agreement in our divorce decree. At the time my attorney filed, he only asked for $1000 in attorneys fees which the judge gave me but by the time all was said and done, my attorney fees were actually $2000. Can I sue for the additional $1000 in small claims court since it was part of my actual damages?
When I moved in to my Townhouse I paid first and last months rent, when my lease was up at 1 year, I chose to not sign another lease and have been renting month to month, was rent was raised $50.00 a month and now that I am going to move out the property management company is telling my I have to pay the $50.00 difference. I can not find anywhere on my lease that it states I would have to pay the difference if rent is raised. Am I legally obligated to pay the difference?