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I have been subletting a house from a friend who is on the lease. Apparently he told the landlords that he moved out months ago. We have paid rent directly to the property management with receipts. We received a 3 day notice on our door to move out adressed to the lease holder and "other occupants". But we have been paying rent and did nothing wrong. I tried to get on the lease, but they said absolutely not and to move out. Do I have a right because I lived in this house for 2 months while paying rent? The lease holder told property management that he still rents a room even though he rents another house. If they can evict us how long does the case take if taken to court in California? What happens if we do not pay rent after the eviction notice? Or what happens if we keep paying rent?
Land lord/tenant laws vary greatly from state to state... from what I know of california's laws they are not tenant friendly. if you take it to court and lose it will affect your credit... and most of the time when a landlord wants someone out of their property all they have to do is say "it's mine... I want it... get out". if you stop paying rent then that makes it much easier for them. if you keep paying rent and the lease is under someone else's name then that could be bad for you because basically you are paying under that person's name and if there is any refund involved they may refuse to give it to anyone but that person. it's best to just leave and find another place if possible.
You're not a tenant, you have no agreement with the property owner. So yes, you did do something wrong. The tenant obviously didn't have the right to sublet, which is very common in new-jersey (not allowing subletting), so you have no right to stay there. The property owner has a right to rent to tenants that they deem credit worthy and that have a good rental history, to choose who lives in their property. If you don't pay rent while you're staying there then you will likely not be able to rent someplace decent in new-jersey for a long time. There are lists specifically for landlords to check on prospective tenants and their past situations. It's bad enough that you are there illegally, don't make things worse on yourself by not paying. If you stay and don't pay, it could be considered unjust enrichment. You should apologize to the property owners, maybe ask if you can rent the property upon a credit check, and pay the going market rate, which is likely more than you're paying now. Tell them you didn't know that the tenant didn't have the right to sublet. If you give them a fight, it will affect you very negatively when trying to rent. And in most areas, you can get a nice apartment for the same price as a crappy apartment -- but you need good credit and rental history to rent the nice apartment. Crappy apartments take anyone, just think about who your neighbors will be. Good luck!
It's pretty straightforward. Your friend was not allowed to sublet, which is why the property management company won't let you on the lease. I think they thought you were paying rent because your friend still lived there with you and you were simply the one paying (since they have to take rent money regardless of who it's from as long as it's designated to a unit. Just like your parents could pay your rent for you). You don't have a right to live there because you're not a party to the lease. They can evict you because you have no legal right to be there. If you do not pay rent after the eviction, they simply take you through the court proceedings to get you evicted and they go after the person on the lease (your friend). Even if you keep paying rent, they can still evict you because YOU'RE not the one on the lease and YOU have no right to be there.
Wants the management company and landlord notify you that you are staying illegally, you have to move. No you do not have any rights, you never did have any rights. The management company could have you arrested for trespassing.
Go for your small claims court docket they have got the authorized information you wish to have, however almost after two years you ought to supply them a 30 day written realize to vacate, after which if they don't depart you name the sheriff to participate in a lock out. There is extra authorized stuff so move to the small claims court docket internet site. In California I simply did an eviction and it took three months and tons of authorized stuff like hiring a procedure server and going to court docket, however I bought all my hire again and court docket expenses again after two years of them making repayments.