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Tyga’s being sued by his landlord for failing to pay two months rent on his house in posh Calabasas. The pad rents for $25k/month … and the landlord says he’s behind that amount times 2.
If Tyga doesn’t fork over the loot by Saturday, the landlord will go for eviction and charge him $833.33 a day in rent.
Fun fact: this is the house where Tyga lived with Blac Chyna … so she’s named as a defendant too.
Well, he can always just move in with Kylie if things THAT rough — but we’re sure he’ll pull through this just fine.
*Note: We’re aware Kylie Jenner is 17-years-old and that 18 is the legal age at which you can own property, but here’s a quick lesson in California property law:
Under California law, a minor may own real property or an interest therein, but a minor may not convey or make contracts relating to real property. Since a minor cannot sell or purchase property held directly in his or her own name, transactions involving a minor’s interests in real property are usually conducted indirectly through a guardianship or trust.
The California Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (CUTMA) provides a statutory mechanism for transferring property to an adult “custodian” for the benefit of a minor. A CUTMA custodian holds, controls, manages, and invests the custodial property. When the custodianship terminates, title to the custodial property is transferred to the minor or the minor’s estate.