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Re: What I do when tenant refusing my entrance? by Anonymous on September 25, 2011 @04:29

                              
This is very locality dependent, some places you can call the police to keep the peace and try entry. Nowhere will they force or allow you to force entry.

If the tenant refuses entry, serve them with a 5/10 day notice to comply or quit (or whatever your state uses) then file eviction. If you are on a m2m, also give them 30 day notice right then. Then start eviction at the earliest date. Video tape everything if you can.

I am now using a great little digital pen camera that records 1 1/2 hours of video. I just clip it on the front of my shirt. Records everything I or the other person says. It's my property I can record without anyones permission. And buried in my lease is a statement that video recording is occurring on the premises (we have visible cameras) so they have agree anyway, but forgot.

I'm just waiting for someone to take a swing or push me - while they are in jail they will be moved out.

I also make one attempt to nicely ask what the problem is and why we are having this issue and to nicely notify them that if they chose not to comply that I am going to ruin their life and probably put an eviction on their record and get a judgment for damages against them and follow then until it's paid or you know what freezes over.
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Re: What I do when tenant refusing my entrance? by BurnInHell (NY) on January 27, 2014 @01:16 [ Reply ]
You are a sick son of a bitch. You should have no right to be a landlord if all your in it for is the money and have no decency towards other people. GFYS!
Re: What I do when tenant refusing my entrance? by Josh on February 3, 2016 @09:48 [ Reply ]
You actually tell them, "I'm going to ruin you life"?... ummm, I would sue you out of the business of renting anything to anyone. I wouldn't pass on threatening to ruin lives as a valid means of resolving that issue. Threatening a life OR livelihood is NOT looked upon nicely in court.
Re: What I do when tenant refusing my entrance? by Bill (Connecticut) on January 20, 2017 @19:15 [ Reply ]
You are waiting for someone to assault you? WHY?

"...nicely notify them that if they chose not to comply that I am going to ruin their life...."

What is wrong with you?

If this is what you are really wanting from your tenants you need to screen your tenants better...unless you let the "suspect" in because you think they will hit you so you can satisfy your sick dream...?




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