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329 E Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28150

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5800 North Sharon Amity Road, Charlotte, NC 28215

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7008 E Wt Harris Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28215

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308 West Dixon Boulevard, Shelby, NC 28152

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302 E Franklin Boulevard, Gastonia, NC 28054

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1129 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC 28806

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901 N Marine Boulevard, Jacksonville, NC 28540

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  • I hadn't been feeling well this week and yesterday my boss sent me home so I could go to the doctor and find out what was going on. Turns out I have an ear infection and the doctor wrote me out of work for Thursday and Friday so I could rest for the weekend because I've been really dizzy and exhausted and barely able to walk a straight line. I called my boss as soon as I left the doctors office yesterday morning (Thursday) and told her this but she said since I wasn't broken or bloody she wanted me to come in anyway. I really didn't have a problem with this because I need the money to pay my bills- who doesn't?- and I had every intention of going in. I just had a really hard time sleeping last night because it felt like I was riding in one of those teacups at the fair. So of course I was just really tired and I ended up oversleeping the time I was supposed to be in the office by three minutes. I called as soon as I woke up and my boss isn't even working today, her husband is there-- who doesn't really even work at the place, I've seen him around helping out maybe three times in my sixth months there. He told me to go ahead and stay home so my antibiotics would have more time to kick in. I asked him if I could come by and pick up my check today (it's payday) and he told me no, I have to wait until Monday. I'm really angry about this because who is this guy to tell me I can't have the money I already busted my butt for? I feel like this action on their part is probably illegal and I'm pretty pissed about it. I just want to go in anyway and politely ask that I get my check anyway, and have legal resources to back myself up. I've had many many issues out of this woman since I've been working for her and I don't want to get myself fired, but I've already been looking for another job. Some other useful information is that I live in North Carolina cleaning houses for an independent franchise, and I'm pretty sure I count as an employee, not a contractor, based on the work environment and the way we are treated. I would really appreciate it if I could get some help with this very soon.
  • they can NOT legally withhold your check for any reason, and if they have allowed anyone else to get their check today they must allow you to as well... they can discipline you up to termination for the absenteeism, but they can not penalize you by holding your check... so are you an employee? and has anyone else gotten their paycheck today? how many times you have seen the husband and how much you THINK he normally works is IRRELEVANT, you are not in a position to question him or the powers that are bestowed upon him in the business...
  • If you are TOO sick to go to work or show up to work on time = you are TOO sick to go in and pick up your paycheck. = if you need your paycheck, ask them what you need to allow someone else to pick it up. Just so know - just because you don't see the husband often, does not mean the husband does not do a lot of work for the company.
  • My boss is having trouble paying her staff. I know that times are tough right now but I work so I can get paid! When it comes to it being payday she says "Okay, I will give you your check but you can't cash it until next Wednesday, or I will not give it to you" or if she doesn't give me my check and I ask for it she will get snappy and say "Well, I don't have the money so I cant give it to you" I don't know what to do! There are other employees there that have not been paid in 2 or more months and we are supposed to get paid every other Friday. They just took her on her word and now they are afraid to leave because they are afraid that they wont get paid. She even started shaving time off our time cards. For example: If I worked from 7:35-4:50, she will just say that it's an even 8 hours (I get an hour lunch). HELP!! This has got to be illegal in some way. If you know where I can get information on this or if you know anything that could help please answer! I live in North Carolina.
  • Report her to the labor department and the IRS (I'll bet she's not paying payroll or income taxes either). And look for a new job. Believe me, she is going down the tubes.
  • This is illegal in nearly EVERY way. You need to report her to whichever state agency regulates employers. If in doubt, the state attorney general can direct you to the proper agency. That said, start looking for new employment TODAY. Your current employer may not be around long enough to be shut down by the state.
  • Me and my husband signed a lease 4 days ago. At that time we paid a deposit and the prorated rent as of that day. After signing the lease the Realtor informed us that she would not give us the key to the residence until we turned the utilties on. By the way the lease said nothing about this. We fully intend to turn the utilities on but we have to wait until next payday because the electric company wants a rediculous deposit. All we want to do is be able to move some furniture into the new place in the meantime but the Realtor won't give us the key. Is it legal for her to keep the key from us if we have already paid to move in? It just sucks because we are paying 26 dollars a day and we can't even enter the property. By the way, I live in North Carolina just in case you need to know to look up the laws. Thank you ahead of time for your help!
  • it is legal since the realtor can no longer rent the apt, they are entitled to the rent. the apt is not considered inhabitable until the power is turned on. perhaps, the realtor can meet you there so you can move some of your things in til the power is turned on
  • Me and my husband signed a lease 4 days ago. At that time we paid a deposit and the prorated rent as of that day. After signing the lease the Realtor informed us that she would not give us the key to the residence until we turned the utilties on. By the way the lease said nothing about this. We fully intend to turn the utilities on but we have to wait until next payday because the electric company wants a rediculous deposit. All we want to do is be able to move some furniture into the new place in the meantime but the Realtor won't give us the key. Is it legal for her to keep the key from us if we have already paid to move in? It just sucks because we are paying 26 dollars a day and we can't even enter the property. By the way, I live in North Carolina just in case you need to know to look up the laws. Thank you ahead of time for your help!
  • Yes, what the realtor is requiring is legal. A rental is legally uninhabitable without utilities. It is your issue that you cannot afford the deposit for the electric company.
  • The utilities are likely at present on interior the call of the realtor, they'd desire to be certain you get them converted,a dn they don't need the valuables to be devoid of electric energy and water. criminal to hold the foremost? Questionable. criminal to shrink off the utilities that are at present on? definite, yet i would not do it the two if it have been my components.
  • It very well may be- it is in Florida. Perhaps you could have someone from the leasing office accompany you as you move things into the apartment. Right now the electric, etc is in their name and they don't want to have to pay high A/C or heat bills if tenants were occupying the apt. Not fair perhaps but pretty standard.
  • You can move in the day the lease states it begins. So if you pay for all of December, but she wont give you the keys until the 15th, well, you get half your money back for December.
  • deduct $26 a day from next month's rent for each day you were not granted access. then you will be even. if lease is silent on this matter this person is not allowed to do this. she must be able to point to language in lease that allows her to require utilities be turned on. She is trying to take advantage of you. she has to be concerned her new tenants cannot afford this nominal amount of money to turn on utilities. Try and understand her point of view.
  • Unless the lease specifically states you must have utilities prior to move-in, it is totally up to you to decide when, and if, you want any utilities turned on. It is perfectly reasonable for you to move in furniture now, and activate the utilities at a later date. If it were me, then I would tell him that if he does not give me the keys now, then I will change the locks myself and proceed to move in anyway.
  • check with the local real estate laws. or this may be at the owners request. SAME THING happend to me and I was BUYING the house! I had to wait.
  • Me and my husband signed a lease 4 days ago. At that time we paid a deposit and the prorated rent as of that day. After signing the lease the Realtor informed us that she would not give us the key to the residence until we turned the utilties on. By the way the lease said nothing about this. We fully intend to turn the utilities on but we have to wait until next payday because the electric company wants a rediculous deposit. All we want to do is be able to move some furniture into the new place in the meantime but the Realtor won't give us the key. Is it legal for her to keep the key from us if we have already paid to move in? It just sucks because we are paying 26 dollars a day and we can't even enter the property. By the way, I live in North Carolina just in case you need to know to look up the laws. Thank you ahead of time for your help!
  • Absolutely not. If you are paying for the space, you have possession and have the rights to the keys. if she will not give them to you, then tell her you are demanding that she return the pro-rated rent you have paid, since she has not yet given possession to you.
  • I don't know about North Carolina, but in California as soon as you sign the lease or rental agreement, paid the deposit and rent you are given the keys to the place you now have as a rental. I have never seen a real estate or lease agreement that require utilities to be turned on prior to the keys being given to the tenant. Since you do not have access to the place you have rented and you have paid the pro-rated rent you should be entitled a return on your portion of the rent you did not use. I would ask for this from her as soon as possible. Since you do not have access to your rental I think you might have reason to bring legal action against this real estate agent or apartment owner. I can not see this as an action to protect you for any reason. I would consult with a tenant advocacy group in North Carolina about this matter, you would be able to find one in the local telephone book. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
  • The Realtor is doing it for your own protection. You have to call the Electric Company and use a credit card to turn on the utilities for you. When you buy a house, the builder will let the electric on until you call the electric and uitility company to turn it on in your name. But when you rent or lease a house or an apartment, it is common practice and it is legal for the renter to call the electric and utility company to turn it on in your name for your protection. YOu need light and water and heat especially this winter. If something happens to you the Realtor can be sued of negligence for giving you the keys not making sure if you comply with the requirements. You can also borrow money from friends, relatives and put it in your checking and have the utilitity charge it in your checking, but most of them only accepts debit and credit cards. Hope this helps.
  • It cold be illegal to move in without utilities, and the Realtor probably knows that's just what you will do. You should have asked before signing the lease...and perhaps the utilities are still on in the owners name, which wouldn;t be fair to them. Instead of making a big deal over it, spend your time preparing to move, getting all your stuff cleaned up and boxed up...and maybe if you have a truckload of stuff to move before your utilities are turned on the Realtor will unlock the place long enough for you to move your stuff in. I've had tenants play this game with me....they "forgot" to call the utilty company, thye aren't living there yet, etc
  • Legally you can not live in/occupy the apartment if it's considered "uninhabitable"...and not having the utilities turned on is makes it just that. This is something that should of been discussed with the realtor PRIOR to signing the lease.
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