Can new mangement make you sign a rental agreement stating immediate eviction if out pet is a nuisance

In General Area - Asked by Foote C. - Jan 16, 2010
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Chris S.
Broker/Agent
Coeur D'alene, ID

Depends on what agreement you have in place already. If you have a long term binding lease agreement that gives you the right to have a pet, then no. If you have a month to month agreement or your agreement does not go into detail about pets, then you probably have no legal standing.

Jan 22, 2010
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Anthony D.
Broker/Agent
Barstow, CA

Along with the other answer which is correct, but does not mention that they should serve you with a notice to cure or quit first.

Jan 26, 2010
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Lou A.
Corporate Investor
Northlake, IL

Yes. You had an agreement with the previous company, not with the owner. The previous company is no longer in the picture - you can seek remedies in court for them not fulfilling their part of the contract - providing you with the space you had agreed to in the first place.
If you don't like the new terms, you can walk away since you don't have an agreement with the new mgmt firm. Make sure there is no existing agreement between the old and new mgmt company in which case, the old lease is binding unto the new mgmt company. Good luck and contact a knowledgable local commercial real estate attorney for good representation.

Feb 26, 2010
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