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Pet Cost Issue

Postby Godofredo » Sat Mar 15, 2014 5:49 am

We paid $500.00 bucks to get a dog charge along with our fairly large security deposit. Your landlord wants us to pay for qualified carpet cleaning she claims "as previously mentioned within our rent" to wash the rugs before we re-locate due to our animals. Nevertheless, it's not mentioned within our rent everywhere. We are not thinking about carrying it out Just Because A. It is not required and W. I do not think she plans on paying people back a penny of our deposit anyhow. Our problem is--if she does cost people for this can we claim that because she claims it's in the animals should not this emerge of your pet payment? Or can be a pet fee truly only a present for the landlord they do not need certainly to affect (intended) pet harm?
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Postby Aindreas » Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:34 am

I forgot to mention I'm in Texas.
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Postby Aethelbeorn » Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:52 am

It says Pet Deposit: Lessee has deposited with the lessor the sum of $250.00 per pet as nonrefundable deposit per pet, not to exceed two.
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Postby Jokull » Thu Mar 27, 2014 4:53 pm

YOU WROTE:There's no harm cause by us in the home at-all. SUBSEQUENTLY:I'm wlling to cover for any problems that I've done to the home, but I do not desire to be obtained for issues I do not owe. This alone suggests there's more to this that no body on here can definitely understand...good luck.
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Postby Ealdun » Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:21 pm

I can't understand when the carpet was really broken because of pet use - odors, scores, hair, Etc.-But, like a tenant who likes discussing issues together with his landlords, I could tell something: pet CHARGE is *not* to protect pet problems for the house. Instead, it's to offset increased landlord's responsibility and general reduction in additional tenants' peaceful satisfaction, such as for instance: - an episode of sensitivity in a nearby condo, - an accidental bite removed preservation individual's behind, - dissatisfied tenant-hopefuls who quit elsewhere after moving into poop, - expected complaints about barking sound, and so on.
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Postby Spenser » Fri Mar 28, 2014 3:56 am

What does your pet charge contract state??Easily did not mention this in previous articles, you need certainly to study on Name 8.http://tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us/laws/pr.toc.htmUnless your lease says something about her use of the home to exhibit to potential buyers or tenants, youare liberated to tell her to pound sand regarding anything-but repairs or maintenance demands. (That's unless I am missing anything within the laws; if landlord access is not resolved therein terms of demonstrating to potential tenants-customers, then you can certainly refuse her access for that purpose.)
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Postby West » Tue Apr 01, 2014 3:45 am

There's no harm cause by us in the home at-all. (begin to see the prior article on tenant lawncare should you desire to learn that account) the rent is extremely obscure just declaring to steadfastly keep up the home. There clearly was no separate dog contract. The main reason I do not be prepared to obtain a cent again is from the accusatory and spitefull tone in most dealing I've had with her and the ramifications from numerous discussions. I'm wlling to cover for any problems that I've done to the home, but I do not desire to be obtained for issues I do not owe. This landlord has sent us many angry words about nothing--is unethical and has treated us with such disrespect that I've been preserving speech messages and all communications, taking normal pictures. She's (truly) concerned that she will not offer her house and hasbeen about the point-of harassing us looking to get us to purchase her house. She's presently angry at us for providing our prior to thirty days observe that we're going out. Your day after we provided notice an indication appeared on our garden stating for lease, open-house and occasions(this is her method of telling people she'd be displaying the area) and also of issues--"relocate today." We did solve that problem, however it displays her body of mind.
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Postby Stevie » Wed Apr 02, 2014 2:03 pm

No body here can begin to see the contract(s) you've authorized together with your LL therefore a little hard for anybody to reply really.You may desire to begin by supplying the CONDITION where this rental is in. SEVERAL solutions depend on CONDITION regulations and even yet in some instances regional ordinances.Next.if the pet CHARGE is really a CHARGE and is mentioned as a result POSSIBLY within the rent OR a separate pet contracts OR on the bill you received for it BUT it doesn't state other things...then you can contemplate it simply that.a "CHARGE" for the opportunity of getting a pet on Areas not associated with harm sales. A state may or may not permit this.You might desire to request your LL WHERE within the rent it states you should have rugs pro washed before vacating.could it maintain a separate dog contract?Why do you claim they will not offer you a cent of one's deposit back? Can there be enough harm to guarantee that problem?
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Postby Launce » Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:20 pm

Layman's view: While it is non-refundable, I would go to small claims if they try and charge your regular sec deposit for cleaning the carpets due to pet use.
It appears that the lease is to use the pet deposit for that, not a fee for the privilege.
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Postby Amnon » Sun Apr 27, 2014 8:33 pm

Gotta love badly prepared rental agreements.A CHARGE is just a fixed quantity that's low refundable.A DEPOSIT is meant to be always a promise for efficiency...and for that reason allegedly refundable.LLis occasionally mix-up these terms.That being stated...it will clearly state low refundable.The lawn and anything else you've posted.no it's possible to provide legitimate feedback truly because it might just be speculation.weare reading just one aspect of the tale, not viewing any contracts OR images, etc.Speaking which...did you persist on the completed and authorized relocate problem record and images? Or even you've no evidence regarding the situation of the area whenever you originally shifted in.
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