If You Sign A Lease And The Dates Are Wrong Is It Still Good

7 hours ago You offered for some reason to fix the fence when the "neighbor" was ready, the neighbor did not take you up on your offer, and since then, someone else damaged the fence. Your lease, made in October 2011 but date May 2011, …

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2 hours ago Posted on Oct 20, 2010. The chances are that you are going to be held for the one year period under the lease. A court would probably order that the date be amended to the correct one year period end date. If you have taken possession of the leased premises, you will have to comply with the lease, or you should expect the landlord to enforce

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5 hours ago My friend signed a rental lease. It clearly states the rental year begins 12/1/10 and ends 11/30/10. My friend does not wish to rent this apartment due to non-disclosure by the landlord regarding the noise level and lack of tenant parking. My friend was rushed into signing the lease before reading it. The landlord wanted to submit

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06-17-2012Just Now Dates are wrong on the lease (apartment, tenants, house, legal) Even if you move on the 15th of August of next year, if he changes the lease, you will still be paying rent somewhere. An additional 15 days is not that big a deal. Your LL amended to your satisfaction but next time you sign a contract, read it first. 06-17-2012, 01:01 AM

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6 hours ago My roommate and I gave a 30 day notice. I asked for a copy of the lease and I noticed that the move-in date is listed as April 2009. Also, the date of the agreement is also listed as 2009. On every page where the date is listed, it says April 2009 instead of 2010. I was wondering if it is still enforceable with this type of mistake?

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7 hours ago Answered on Sep 06th, 2012 at 3:35 PM. Frankly speaking, you are wrong on each legal conclusion you have arrived at. First, unless the lease agreement says otherwise, your landlord did not breach the contract by informing you of his intention to sell the property. Even if he did sell the property while you were still tenants in it, this is not

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6 hours ago Here’s an overview of a good process for sending a lease agreement to a tenant: Owner or manager sends an unsigned lease agreement to an approved rental applicant. Applicant reviews the lease agreement, signs the lease, agreeing to the terms, and mails it back to the owner/manager. By returning a signed lease agreement, they are accepting the

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8 hours ago Move-in date vs. lease start date: your move-in date is not always the same as the start date. Most leases start on the first or 15th of the month. But you can negotiate when the time of when you get the key and start moving in. Usually you don’t move in the day the previous tenant moves out. Often times the landlord will thoroughly clean an

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9 hours ago Answer (1 of 7): A lease without dates is valid if there is a “meeting of the minds.” If there’s a dispute, the lease might be voidable (not void). * The signature does not need to be dated. * The lease start date should be indicated, but it can often be established by other communications or

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Just Now The term of this Lease, and Tenant’s obligation to pay rent, shall be for a period of three (3) years (the “Lease Term”), commencing on February 28, 2020 and ending February 28, 2023. In this example, the lease is entered into effect on February 20, and its term commences on February 28. However, the tenant’s actual possession of the

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Just Now I would assume the lease is valid. If you want an opinion you can take to court, pay a lawyer for it. Does the lease specify a late fee? Mine does. On the fifth, the late fee is $25. It goes up $5 every day after that. My lease also says that I can apply any money I get to late fees and other charges (e.g., utilities), the to rent.

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5 hours ago Answer (1 of 6): No. You start paying rent on the day that is on the lease. As long as you pay rent and meet all the terms of the lease, the landlord doesn’t really care if you move in on the 1st, the 15th or whatever. If you want to move in earlier, you’d have to contact the landlord and see if

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Just Now Problem 1: Basic information is missing. Make sure the monthly rent is written into the lease with the dates and duration of your tenancy. The property address and unit number should also be included. Be careful you’re not being baited with a model unit only to be given the keys to a less desirable, outdated, or even problematic unit in an

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2 hours ago While your lease date starts on the date specified on the lease, it does not necessarily mean that it will also be your move-in date. In order to maximize profits, many property owners will set the start of your lease on the same day or close to the end of the previous tenant’s lease. However, this means that while your lease has technically

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7 hours ago When leasing real estate, a lease commencement date refers to the official start of the lease term. It’s the day on which each party’s official rights and obligations under the lease begin. This date might be the same as the date that the tenant starts paying rent. However, if there are contractors working on the property or the tenants

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8 hours ago Generally speaking, it’s best to sign a new lease about a month before your current lease term expires (in other words, about a month before your move-in day), especially if you’ve already paid your last month’s rent. This way, you have a month to plan, pack, and move into your new home.

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4 hours ago Wrong dates on lease My husband and I have had horrible experiences at our current residence and want to move but still have 10 months left on our lease. However the lease we signed has the wrong dates on it ( May 2020-April 2021).

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