I'm still paying rent while not living there. My landlord is mad about my bed being in my room cause his daughter wants it. Can he do this?
- sunshine_melLv 78 months ago
While you're paying rent, the room is yours.
If you and your landlord agree to end the tenancy, he can have the room back.
- MaxiLv 78 months ago
If you are still paying rent then youare still the tenant and the bed can stay in your room, if the landlord wants the room then the landlord needs to release you from your contract, then the landlord can use the room
- SlumlordLv 78 months ago
If you are renting the place then nothing he can do about it. Tell him you'll move the bed if he cancels the lease, if you don't want to keep renting the place.
- JudyLv 78 months ago
If your lease is still active and you're still paying rent, sure he can be mad but he can't do anything about it. Offer to let him buy out your lease.
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- SlabberdaskenLv 78 months ago
As long as you are paying rent, the bed stays. He cannot move his daughter into your room unless he lets you out of your lease.
- 8 months ago
If he wants your stuff out, then he releases you from paying rent.
- bluebellbkkLv 78 months ago
Can he do what - be mad? Certainly he can be mad. But as long as you are paying the agreed rent and sticking to every point of your contract with him, there is nothing ELSE he can do.
- babyboomer1001Lv 78 months ago
Do what? Wanting your bed? He can want the Moon in his palm. There is no law against it. And, you ARE basically living there - because your bed is there. Until ALL of your belongings have been moved out, you ARE still considered occupying the premises. If you want him to get in another tenant to cut your losses, remove the bed or text or email him that he can have the bed. That will leave the place empty and he can re-rent it. When he gets someone else in, you won't have to pay rent there anymore.Source(s): Certified Paralegal, with 25+ years' experience & with Landlord & Tenant law experience.
- NeverLv 78 months ago
Ask him to let you out early and then she can have it. As long as you have to pay, you should not feel bad about anything.
- Anonymous8 months ago
YOU'RE STILL the renter ?? Not legally, but it happens all the time ................