The recent security breach of Equifax is alarming for many reasons, though the full implications of the breach are still unclear. Dire scenarios include financial catastrophe for millions of people and a possible impact to national security.
But tenant misbehavior that falls short of the extremes presents a more challenging matter. Does a landlord have grounds for eviction when, say, a tenant allows trash to accumulate in their apartment?
Different terms of treatment for different countries indicates that there were considerations beyond just religious litmus tests, and so accusations of this being a “Muslim ban” are less applicable.
The class-action lawsuit claims that Equifax, blinded by its drive to maximize profits, failed to maintain adequate security standards and that the data breach occurred as a direct consequence of this negligence.
As an unwed couple, you have two basic options for how to title the property: either as tenants in joint or as tenants in common. If you choose to buy the house as tenants in joint, you could incur significant legal costs should you ever split up.