Who gets the rental house in a divorce?

Who gets the rental house in a divorce?

While it’s becoming more common for both parties to remain in the same home during a separation (often to save money), typically, one spouse will leave the matrimonial home and find temporary rental accommodation elsewhere. When this happens, both spouses must come to some agreement on who pays for what, and when.

Can you take someone off the lease?

If your housemate’s name is on the lease it will be difficult to get rid of them. According to the Redfern Legal Centre, your pesky co-tenant has the same legal right to stay living in the place as you. According to Tenants’ Union of NSW, this will change on a case-by-case basis.

What happens if one person wants to leave a joint tenancy?

If you’re joint tenants and you both want to leave, either you or your ex-partner can end the tenancy by giving notice. You’ll both need to move out. If your landlord doesn’t update the tenancy agreement, you’ll both still be responsible for rent and the person who leaves can still give notice to end the tenancy.

Can a tenant refuse viewings?

Can the tenant refuse the landlord access for viewings? If the tenant doesn’t want to allow access, whether it be for viewings, inspections or general maintenance, that’s their given right. The tenant has the right to possession and to the lawful use and enjoyment of the premises.

Can my landlord change the terms of my lease?

Generally, a landlord can change a the terms of a month-to- month tenancy by giving a written 30 day notice of change of terms of tenancy.

Can your landlord show your house before you move out?

The landlord must give at least 7 days notice. Show to Prospective Tenants: reasonable notice – the landlord can access the premises a reasonable number of times during the 14 days before the end of the tenancy agreement to show the premises to prospective tenants.

Can a property manager enter your home?

A landlord, agent or authorised person acting on their behalf can generally only enter the property without the tenant’s consent if they provide notice to the tenant. Tenants can always give the landlord or agent permission to enter the property at any time for any reason.

Can tenant refuse open house wa?

The current tenant can choose to refuse the open house request, and they don’t need to provide a reason. Entry cannot take place on Sundays, public holidays, or any day before 8am or after 6pm, unless the tenant agrees.

Who is responsible for cleaning gutters in a rental property wa?

Kaylee Ferguson, Department Manager for The Property Exchange in Subiaco, WA, explains where responsibility falls for gutter cleaning: “During a tenancy, the landlord/owner is responsible for cleaning the gutters,” she said.