Re: Property Manager
by Anonymous on Friday, December 30, 2011 @10:05
You now realize that just because you were a habitual complainer that had absolutly nothing to do with a retallitory rent increase? A retallitory rent increase is when someone who has asked the landlord to lets say replace the roof that is leaking and the landlord refuses to. Then the tenant gets code inforcement involve to demand the landlord fix the hole in the roof. After code enforcement gets involved and the landlord gets the roof fixed he then increases the rent. THAT is a retallitory eviction or rent increase either way.
A tenant can not avoid a rent increase by setting their landlord up in such a way that you tried.