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How long does it take to fill out University of California TAG?
It should not take more than an hour. I strongly suggest you complete it with a college counselor so you are taking the correct courses.The TAG agreement is a wonderful partnership between CA community colleges and the UC system, so take advantage of this service.
In California, is a potential landlord allowed to refuse me a lease for inquiring about the terms of the lease agreement?
Yes.Of course.As Bruce says, so long as you’re not being turned down because you’re a member of a protected class—yes.On the other hand, both parties need to know what they’re agreeing to. And if you don’t understand something about the lease, it’s reasonable to ask.I’m not quite sure what you mean by “refuse me a lease.” Do you mean:The landlord refused to show you the lease? OrThe landlord refused to lease to you after you asked your question?The first possibility (refusing to show you the lease) doesn’t make much sense because you’d get to see it during the signing process. If for some reason the landlord says, “Sign it but don’t read it,” walk away.The second possibility (refusing to lease to you after you asked your question) seems more likely. If that’s the case, then the refusal dealt with either your question or how you asked it. Consider these possible questions:If my child drowns in the bathtub, how much liability insurance do you have?Is there available parking for 8 cars and 4 motorcycles?Can a tenant be evicted for selling an illegal substance if the sale didn’t occur in the rental?Or consider the way certain questions might be asked:My brother is a real estate lawyer and he says you can’t . . .My husband is a former FBI agent who took city officials to court for a real estate deal, and he says . . .I know you have to accept me because I’m a member of a protect class, but . . .Just because you want to rent somewhere doesn’t mean that the landlord is obligated to rent to you.
If the one-year lease agreement is up, does it automatically go month to month without signing anything in California?
Terry Lambert's answer covers this the best, yet, all of us seem to say the same thing. It depends on your lease. You have read your lease, right? What did you do with your copy?You were probably wise in asking this question anonymously, because there are many landlords who would find your unwillingness to be active with your lease to be a poor sign of a good tenant. And why would you have any hope or intention of not doing anything and being able to continue as if nothing changed.In most rental markets in California, units are scarce and renters are plentiful. This means you MUST learn to be proactive in your renting relationship because the landlord may have someone willing to pay more than you, possibly quite a bit more, and all s/he has to do is hand you a piece of paper when you drop off your last month's rent that says, "Lease ends this month. Goodbye," and you are going to become one of the many others competing for a spot in another landlord's unit somewhere else.Renting a place takes as much effort on your end as it takes on the other side of that signed lease. And, if you are coming to the Internet to ask if you can get by "without signing anything," you are not going to do well in your present market.
How do you get out of a 12-month renter’s lease for an apartment in California?
This is all going to be dependent on what your lease states. I was forced to break a lease in Los Angeles, and my two choices were either pay a 2 month penalty, or move out and keep paying until the management company had leased my apartment to someone else. Most states have statutes regarding this, but it is also in the landlords best interest to allow you to break your lease if you will otherwise be unable to afford the rent. Talking to your landlord or the management company will be the best way to figure out your options.Mark Lubin Cofounder Homies Roommate finderFind The Perfect Roommate using Homies. Our compatibility algorithm will find the best matches for you.
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