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To whom it may concern: :Samuel
Hi my name is luanne Migneault I'm in the hotel since September 1 2021 do to the hurricane I got flooded out my partner left me three weeks ago in the hotel I'm on disability and already used my check on the room and I'm waiting on FEMA TO send my check I need help paying for the rest of this month please. At 115 dollars a night I never ask for help from No one I lost everything in the flooded
I had back surgery and has a hole in my back I can't go in to a shelter I also have a service cat for the 9 months I have been trying to get housing .please can you help me with housing and help me pay the hotel this month
Luanne.firstname.lastname@example.org 914-484-8518 sincerely yours Luanne Migneault
I signed a lease for a commercial rental. The owner said that the previous tenant was there for over 20 years and he needed to fix the place. We signed the lease and gave him the deposit, he said that upon completion of the build out he was going to hand us the keys. I needed to buy doors and the handles. I gave him $1500. He said that he would safe the receipts. The build out is completed and he gives me a bill of 5k for things that he "had" to do. He said that the vents were too old, that he had to change the heater and other stuff. When I said no because I was not expecting to pay anything, he sends me a new bill for 12k because I was being unappreciated of the work he did. I need to know my options since I don't have the keys yet and I won't pay something that I didn't know it was needed.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
It depends on if there was a written agreement or a verbal agreement for your options. Sending a demand letter from an attorney followed by negotiations could help resolve the problem and avoid litigation. If the landlord remains unreasonable then you will likely have to file a lawsuit. Please resubmit as a proposal at the following link so attorneys can bid on the project: https://www.contractscounsel.com/client/create-project/step-h1?cta=4.