As a general rule, however, master-leasing conditions play an important role in deciding whether a subtenant can sue a lessor. The master leasing contract may limit your rights, even if your sub-lezaire stipulates that you can sue the tenant listed in the Master-Leasing. From a tactical point of view, we are faced with the question of when and how to approach the subject. You can sign a lease with the late pricing system and you have not waived your rights, because the late pricing system is illegal and not sour. If you are faced with the demand, you can pay it in protest, or describe the money as a rent prepayment, and avoid immediate trouble. At a later date, if you are released for non-payment of rent, your previous late payment must be credited, and the 3-day period thus becomes invalid for the claim more rent than due [i.e., it requires one month, but you only owe one month less this late prepayment). They win the deal on a technical level, or at least they get a great negotiating position for an agreement on favourable terms. Now, if you are tied for cash and you can`t even pay the current rent, you can expect to receive the eviction notice that will ask for rent plus late fees. The scenario is the same, except that you don`t need to apply past payments for credit; The message is not valid on his face. Here`s the surprise for most local managers. The typical agreement for resident managers is to have a free or reduced apartment to rent in exchange for unlimited working hours that manage the building. A monthly rent may be terminated by one of the parties by indicating 30 days after the written notification that the lease at address X will be terminated 30 days after this notification. However, a tenant who has been there for at least one year is entitled to a 60-day period, unless eviction is necessary for the new buyer of a house or condo [in this case, it is again 30 days] [Civil Code 1946.1] A longer lease, like a year or another, is different.

The general rule is that you are responsible for the rest of the rental period for the entire rent, whether you live there or not. Some leases look like leases because they say you can`t get your deposit back if you don`t stay all year, but on closer inspection, they are just monthly agreements with illegal non-refundable deposit rules in them. Be sure of what you have. Written contracts protect both parties in an owner/tenant dispute. However, if you do not have a written agreement, you retain tenant rights. The owner can`t just throw you out of the condo and change the locks. The owner must follow the legal process of evicting from California to remove you and your property from the property. The owner has the right to issue a decision to expel a verbal agreement, provided that he respects all municipal and regional laws. Tenants of controlled units cannot be evacuated without basic reasons. Only reason includes non-payment of rent, creation of a nuisance, landlord intends to occupy the unit, capital improvements, refusal to renew a rental contract that is equal, refuse access to the landlord, unauthorized tenants and sell the property. If you are in a rental-controlled unit — even with a verbal lease — the landlord must prove that he has only reasons to remove you from the property.