You may also have signed an agreement that states that the property has been granted under a license to use. This is not enough to make the agreement a license. I just wanted to get an outside perspective on my family`s living situation and how the owner sells the house after making a verbal agreement with my grandmother, that she and I rented this place for 28 years, as well as my recently deceased grandfather. He explained that he would give her a price and give her the first chance to buy the property before putting it on the market by bringing lawyers who know all the legal stuff that seemed like a good idea in the face of this global epidemic. Well, we know less than a week later that he calls my grandmother (79) and tells her that they are bringing a lady from real estate to walk around the premises. We gladly adhered to it. Not even a week later, they now call my grandmother and tell her that she is not asking her to come and bring potential buyers to look at our place and take a walking tour. We were never offered the opportunity for a virtual tour. Given this outbreak, everyone would probably want the same thing. Anyway, now she shows up unexpectedly and throws the court because she has permission from the lord of the earth to show the rear unit where no one has lived for more than 5 years, which is certainly not worth living and seems that the roof collapses every second. Not to mention the mold issues presented to the homeowner, and my father and I offered to do all the work for a significant amount less than any company would do if they supplied the materials.
Well, now it`s gotten to the point where my grandmother is desperate and anxious, let alone worrying about the whole ordeal. which overwhelms me and my father now. Anyway, I am looking for positive comments and opinions, as well as all the resources and help every friendly person is ready to give to our family. I have lived it for the 28 years of my life and I would hate to lose my parents` house to an asshole. I moved into an apartment this month a year ago. 6 months later, I could not pay rent, so I went to my land lord and explained to him that I would go, but I would like that if it was possible, he asked me if I had done carpentry and said yes, he let me work in one of his estates and since then, we have a verbal agreement (I never signed anything, not even when I moved in) that I work from the rental cost of $500. It worked very well, I do the work he asks of me and also to show gratitude for helping me do things that he doesn`t ask me to do, but that I know needs to be done. This is just over the $500 rental cost, but the deal was that I work for rent, not for money, so I keep working. A few months ago, he had an operation that was stuck in his witch lounge chair made him sick, everything that said he already took me twice telling me to pack my things and then turn me an hour later, an apology and tell me I can stay. So, today, it`s the time of fatigue that he does, he tells me that he does not get enough work from me for the rent and that most normal jobs work 40 hours a week if I only work 4 to 6 hours a day 3 or 4 days a week, but they quickly add up and work, that I do it would cost so much more than the $500 cost of my apartment each month. I think what I am asking for is what to do about the threats that frighten me.
Can I even resist being thrown out on the street after working so hard to live here? Please contact me with all thoughts, suggestions and facts that may relate to the underlying issue. Thank you in advance for all the time you have given me and for your comments on this. a beautiful day. Yes, a landlord can evict you if you are late with the rent. This usually results in a rent or quit notice, which means you have to pay what you owe or move. .