FAQ

According to Georgia's law regarding a guest staying at your home with no written agreement, on what basis are you allowed to put them out?
Are they there for a night, or for years?  If they were invited for an indefinite period, they can claim tenancy, and you'd have to formally evict them.  If they were staying one night, then they are a guest with no claim, you can uninvite them, and if they fail to leave, you can have the police remove them for trespassing.There are no requirements on the basis for putting out a one-night guest.  There are requirements on putting out a long term guest.
Can a tenant allow guests/relatives to stay at his place even if the landlord refuses?
It depends on your lease. If you signed a lease which stated you cannot have overnight guests, then you cannot have overnight guests, unless such a clause is illegal in your jurisdiction. If the lease does not speak to overnight guests, then you can have overnight guests. However, if by guest you mean someone who is living with you, the landlord can most certainly prevent that, unless you live in a jurisdiction where such a limit is not allowed.Many leases will limit guests beyond a certain time period to prevent any formation of a legal right on the part of that guest. In addition, many landlords will charge more if more people will be living in the home than he agreed to in the lease.  This is another reason for limiting how long guests are allowed to stay.
I am sole occupier and paying tenant of a privately owned apartment, I have a friend visiting for a month, is he allowed to stay as my guest?
check your lease, if you have one. if you’re subletting, speak to the person who the lease is under. if you really want an answer, call up city hall but get the number of the particular agency on the internet beforehand, to save time. you don’t want any nosy supers, doormen, or neighbors possibly putting you into a really awkward situation. that’s the last thing you need. hopefully, you live in a highrise. call up some of your local councilpeople and representatives, as well, as they will be more anonymous, perhaps.
When should a child move out of their parents’ house?
By answering this question I’m gonna assume your between the age of 18–25?I believe there is stigma in America for moving out at 18. False.You should move out of your parents house when you feel ready to move out.But that’s the tough part.When you feel ready doesn’t mean waiting till 36 and feeling like now is the good time. Feeling ready is when you have some-what of a stable income and can provide for yourself (for the most part).Moving out when you feel ready does not mean leaving when you have a long period of feeling comfortable. I suggest leaving home the moment before you begin getting too comfortable.I personally believe the sooner you can financially leave the better for two particular reasons:You’ll learn to become more independent.You’ll taste the real-world and be consumed by daily challenges.My kids technically moved out at age 17/18 for college, but they moved back in after school and stayed still they were between 22 to 26 (I have 5 kids).My husband and I didn’t put any pressure on them, but we made sure they found a job, and started saving some sort of income so that when they were ready to move on, they’d be able to.BUT…If your not going to college and simply want to “grind” and work 24/7, you get a long with your parents, and you don’t feel restricted living at home, then by all means, stay at home till when ever.You’ll save a TON of money that you could be spending on more important things, like your first house!Once you have a sufficient amount of income saved, rent an apartment. This could be at age 23 or even 27. It all depends on the situation.
Does Airbnb check your credit score before allowing you to stay as a guest?
Airbnb doesn’t decide who stays or not, it’s the host who does. When you make an inquiry, the host usually checks your rating and reviews and decides whether to accept you or not.
For how long am I allowed to stay in Germany to learn langauge with temporary residence permit?
there is no such as temporary residence permit, if you are willing to learn the language and the institute in Germany is sending you the formal letter of invitation,, which carries the number of days the course is intended, you are allowed to stay only till that period, for EU Citizens / residents it is not a question, but for outsiders it is allowed to stay only till that period.
A tenant in Florida with an unwanted guest how to remove from home?
You have written rental agreement, right? And you specified the names of the permitted occupants, right?Here is the business-like approach:“Dear Testing-me Tenant,I am aware that another person is living in the unit. This is prohibited by the lease. Please confirm to me within 7 days* that the additional person has vacated the property.Thank you,Legally-minded Landlord”*(Whatever timeframe you feel is reasonable)If they do not comply, serve a “Notice to Cure or Quit.” If they still don’t comply, begin the eviction process.You could skip the “friendly letter” and go straight to the Notice to Cure or Quit, if you want to be more hard-nosed.The above procedure is appropriate for similar, non-monetary breaches of a rental/lease agreement. Check your local regulations and your local tenant-landlord agency.
How long should family stay as house guests?
There is an old saying: fish, like house guests start to stink after three days. However, in this modern era where there are economic hardships and people behaving badly with no understanding of boundaries that rule may need to be modified.You and your spouse should decide beforehand how long family should stay. That decision should be based on what is the reason for the visit and the temperament of the visitors. I can handle my brother visiting for two to three weeks but my mom needs to stay only three days. My brother is independent and entertains himself, where as my mom is very dependent and expects me to entertain her. My adult son has stayed with me for months and that was easy due to his temperament. He was down on his luck and needed a place to stay till he got back on his feet.I had a friend come to stay for several weeks with me after being overseas for several years. I had known Bob for 35 years as a friend where we occasionally did things together such as dinner, short prayer times and a several campouts. After staying with me for three days of a planned two week stay I realized he was very disruptive, confrontive and unwilling to leave certain topics or issues alone, was opinionated and not really interested in my thoughts, never stopped talking, and generally rubbed everyone the wrong way. So I tried lovingly confronting him and rapidly came to the conclusion he needed to leave my home early. So I essentially threw him out of my home and told him he was not welcome back.It sounds like you may have a problem visitor and you need to be in agreement with your spouse about how to proceed and then act kindly yet forcefully. Then make sure for future visits that they are welcome to visit with whatever rules you set for whatever length of time. It is your house and you are responsible for it being a safe, calm and loving environment. Visitors need to fit in and not be disruptive.