Winter Eviction
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Winter Eviction (by tami [WI]) Oct 29, 2010 11:51 AM
       Winter Eviction (by Nancy [NJ]) Oct 29, 2010 12:03 PM
       Winter Eviction (by Ellie [IL]) Oct 29, 2010 12:16 PM
       Winter Eviction (by BG [GA]) Oct 29, 2010 12:25 PM
       Winter Eviction (by Moshe [CA]) Oct 29, 2010 1:52 PM
       Winter Eviction (by Amy [AK]) Oct 29, 2010 2:40 PM
       Winter Eviction (by Reid [KS]) Oct 29, 2010 6:00 PM
       Winter Eviction (by cimba [WI]) Oct 29, 2010 7:49 PM
       Winter Eviction (by Virden [OH]) Oct 29, 2010 11:52 PM
       Winter Eviction (by billy [MA]) Oct 30, 2010 6:56 AM

Winter Eviction (by tami [WI]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 11:51 AM

Can a landlord evict an ill tenant with LEUKEMIA during winter months? ALso if the landlord is taking partial rent payments can he still proceed with eviction? We have accepted partial payments and understand that we may lose in court due to accepting the partial payments..

Winter Eviction (by Nancy [NJ]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 12:03 PM

IDK the WI laws but - partial payments in NJ seem to be a no no .... was in eviction court this summer & the case a few before me LL had accepted partial - he would have been better stating in full or nothing - the ruling was certainly no in his favor. I would rather have nothing & evict for non payment - then deal with partial payment. When you go to the super market or out to dinner to they let you pay 1/2 or partial on the bill - why should rent be any different !

Winter Eviction (by Ellie [IL]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 12:16 PM

Someone being ill has no bearing on eviction. Accepting partial payments does. But usually only if you accept any money after you serve them.

Winter Eviction (by BG [GA]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 12:25 PM

Here in Georgia, if you accept ANY payment at all after filing for eviction, that stops the eviction; even one cent! Like I told some former tenants: I don't rent part of the property I rent all of it, so I don't want part of my rent I want all of it! --74.174.xx.x

Winter Eviction (by Moshe [CA]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 1:52 PM

Accepting partial payment only stops the eviction that was noticed and filed for. Nothing stops LL from issuing notice and filing for eviction AFTER accepting partial payment.

Winter Eviction (by Amy [AK]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 2:40 PM

There is nothing illegal about evicting someone in the winter, but what does that have to do with Leukemia???

I agree with the others regarding the partial rent.

Winter Eviction (by Reid [KS]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 6:00 PM

In kansas I can evict someone on their death bed in the middle of a blizzard or a Mother giving birth in the middle of an ice storm . If they want to stay they got to pay. --99.151.xx.x

Winter Eviction (by cimba [WI]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 7:49 PM

Heres what ol' cimbo bimbo does:

1) if a tenny pays partial rent (AND i only accept money orders or cashiers checks)... I hold that check in my back pocket when we go to court...

2) If liberal-tenny-lovin-commish asks if I received any part of the rent, I say 'no' and if tenny did not pay all of the rent I will not accept it anyway... If commish says we will come back to court for a judge since we didnt get the rent check, I will inform commish that there will be NO DEAL with cimba even if a partial rent comes... The law states that i'm entitled to get my crib back, she (cut he's dont rent the stays) needs to vacate so I can get a tenny that can pay rent.... I cannot afford to lose my crib cuz she has 10 kids, no baby daddys with any money and mama died in mississippi again... I DONT CARE!!!!

3) I have had tenny-lovin commish in the past say 'did you pay all of your rent' 'than he is entitled to his property back when can you move'... That happens on occasion if you get a commish with 1/2 brain...

4) I have had tenny-lovin commish say well Mr. Cimba if you accepted partial rent blah blah blah.... THAT P'S CIMBA OFF BIG TIME and than I fire back at commish, 'commish with all due respect, if the deadbeat babybreeder sends me 1 penney and calls it rent do you consider that enough to stay in my nice crib?' OF COURSE NOT!!! Cimba is pretty sure the law states that you break the contract you move and cimba gets his crib back.... Last time tenny-lovin commish didn't like hearing that...

TOO FREAKIN BAD JACK!!! He really got ticked when I asked him to do his job and interpret the law, NOT FEEL BAD FOR DEADBEAT TENNYS AND PUNISH THE LL for deadbeat not paying her rent and making all bad choices in her life...

Its really sick folks... And I dont care what anyone says, these folks are a menice to soceity... Anytime you care to disagree you need to come walk in cimbas shoes for a day...

BTW, have a really good tenny of mine today (she is on suction 8 - actually has a hubby with a job WOW!!!!) she is bagging me to tell FEMA that she had to relocate cuz of the flood to get free christmas money... THIS IS FOR REAL FOLKS!!! SHE ACTUALLY TOLD ME THAT SHE WANTED SOME FREE CHRISTMAS MONEY AND SHE WOULD GIVE ME SOME IF i COULD JUST TELL FEMA SHE HAD TO RELOCATE WHILE A FURNACE GOT REPLACED....

Unbelievable folks... Get cimba fired up and it may never end...

Peace brotha from anotha motha,

Simbo Bimbo Outtahere!!!

Winter Eviction (by Virden [OH]) Posted on: Oct 29, 2010 11:52 PM

The best way to use a partial is for known damages and late fees the month before.

Winter Eviction (by billy [MA]) Posted on: Oct 30, 2010 6:56 AM

ck your state laws.i dont like the accepted partial payment business.

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