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How To... in Manchester : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jul 5, 2010
Scott Godzyk answered:
First thing is you can give them a 30 day notice in writing that you want to end the contract. The next thing is if you thing they are scamming you, you can contact the police to file a report as well as file a complaint with teh state real estate commission that oversees licensed agents/brokers that practice property management your next step is you could file a writ with the court to immediately have this company cease and desist all activity with your property. yiou can do this yourself or can meet with a local attorney. if they are scamming you, this cant wait anotehr day, good luck working things out ... more
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Wed May 5, 2010
Matt Heisler answered:
You can ask your friend to leave, certainly. Your friend is a tenant, friend or no. He has no ownership rights to the property. He probably does however, have implied tenant rights. If he does not leave, the owner of the property, whether they wish to or no, needs to give proper and statutory notice to have him evicted. Hopefully, some paperwork, or a stern talking to, will convince him to move out. Talk to a clerk at your local housing court for the process and paperwork, but ... more
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