In all actuality, you both were. But it'll be a matter of haggling between the two insurance companies.
More than likely, the apartment complex will not be liable. This is probably stated in some paper work signed when moving in.Ê
No you can not be liable for him using the address. It's just like when someone lives in an apartment complex if a tentant is involved in an accident the apartment complex is not at fault. His name is on the car title and on the policy. If he is the person driving then he would be the person responsible.
You are. That's why you have car insurance.
The Apt. comp. is responsible!!!!!
Fortunately, In the United States at least, no one is held liable for acts of nature. Your auto Insurance will, if you have comprehensive coverage for acts of nature cover the damage to your car.
Your landlord's insurance should take care of it. Legally your landlord is liable as they own the tree and supposedly should have had it checked and trimmed to prevent that.
If you are signing for someone and they pay late it goes on your credit report as a late pay. Also if the person can not pay the rent you are liable to.
Possibly. It depends whose fault it was. If the roof fell on the tenant's dog because of termite damage, the landlord is at fault. If the tenant fell off the roof while drunk, probably not.
You liable if someone gets hurt on your property no matter what.
You could be liable yes.
If you co-sign you are always responsible (even if the person claims bankruptcy you will still be responsible) unless you have a legal agreement that someone else will be taking over the payments for you. If you are talking about a roommate situation, the apartments usually have something called a "roommate" agreement. Ask the apartment. Co-signing for something that can't be used as collateral is always bad.
Yes you will remain liable