Week 2 – Nominations

Posted on: Friday, July 17, 2009 at 8:29pm

SPOILER ALERT: Continue reading to find out who Ronnie, the second Head of Household, nominated for eviction this week.

Ronnie nominated Laura and Jeff for eviction this week.

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2 comments
  • countrycityslicker says

    yep Jeff needs to go.. LOSER

    July 17, 2009 at 9:03 pm
  • Anxbayar says

    In Ohio, Ohio Revised Code Section 5321 governs the relsniotahips between landlords and tenants. That act is broken down into 18 or 19 different subsections, but the important one that we are dealing with is the 16th subsection, R.C. 5321.16 which governs security deposits in residential rental housing. It states that if the tenant gives written notice of his forwarding address before moving out and if the landlord wrongfully withholds any portion of the security deposit for more than 30 days then the tenant (or in your case, the tenant’s estate) can sue for double the wrongfully withheld portion of the deposit and reasonable attorneys fees.If the tenant signed a one year lease and then died midway through the term then the tenant’s estate will be liable for any unpaid rent or physical damages beyond normal wear and tear. If the tenant was on a month to month lease agreement, then the tenant (or his estate) can terminate such an agreement by giving 30 days notice of an intent to vacate under R.C. 5321.17. But the security deposit can be used to pay for unpaid rent or damages beyond normal wear and tear. If there is still some of the security deposit left over after the unpaid rent (if any) is paid and after damages beyond normal wear and tear (if any) are repaired, then the landlord does have to return the remainder of the security deposit regardless of whether or not the lease agreement terminated early.

    July 11, 2014 at 5:46 pm

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