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Re: RESPONDING TO NY-LL
on June 5, 2012 @10:10
More unnecessary diatribe from the perspectives of a landlord (property manager) with ineffective tenant management skills. For the record, most landlords, tenants, and courts have limited need for either attorneys or property managers.
The bottom line is that attorneys and property managers make a living from the normal anticipated conflicts between landlords and tenants. Therefore, the solution for the attorneys and property managers (with no dog in the fight) is to escalate the conflict to the point of eviction rather than negotiate the conflict for mutual resolution.
We have highly qualified tenants and, occasionally, even qualified tenants experience unusual circumstances which require further negotiation, such as temporary occupants or displaced family members. In those rare circumstances, we prefer to address the matter in our Household Rules and Guidelines which does not void the Lease Agreement, but deals with a range of issues in detail from noise management to property damage control to additional occupants, etc. It works to be able to talk with tenants about solutions so that the tenant exercises the option to negotiation with the property owner, rather than evict an otherwise qualified tenant.
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