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Re: When can I destroy rental applications? by Anonymous on September 30, 2017 @20:43

                              
I'm the 2nd poster who said to ignore Garry.

Here's why I said to ignore Garry -
"He's making up numbers without any backup to prove their validity."

You made this statement.

"without you yourself giving any information as to why the view is 'bad'."

This is incorrect, because I *did* explain why I felt the advice was bad. He again made up numbers, threw around legalese, and made statements without backup. This is HARMFUL.
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Re: When can I destroy rental applications? by Bad news on October 1, 2017 @11:43 [ Reply ]
Any LL or T who use this form should keep in mind that the majority of responses are other people experience in dealing with rental property issues. And perhaps the advice given has worked for them when they went to court over a similar matter. Some judges vary in what they feel as important in every case.
Laws change and what was true yesterday, is not a correct answer today. So if you want the best legal answer. Hire a licensed Attorney who specializes in rental property issues.

Some un-know poster's like to harp on Professional LL VS some who are just 1 or 2 property owners. Like his so called professional responses, are written in stone.

If I'm going to go to court in a matter that I have no idea of legality on. Most small claim courts, have a lawyer on staff that will advise you on your case for a minimal fee for 15 minutes. I will pay the 40 bucks, before I'm going to listen to no-named posters claiming to be professionals. LOL

A smart LL uses the material on this form to get idea's and communicate with others ideas that they would use. Period.

No guarantee that the advice is legal in your community.
Proceed with caution.
    Re: When can I destroy rental applications? by Anonymous on October 1, 2017 @14:46 [ Reply ]
    So the point is that you feel your opinion is not getting the recognition that you feel it deserves!
    There is a great difference between 1 and 2 property owners and those who educate themselves and achieve certifications in being landlords and property managers. Professional landlords know the proper response to problems, non-professional landlords really just guess and hope things turn out right.
    If it were not for the few profession landlords who post here, all that everyone would be learning, would be false misleading and incorrect information. It's easy to tell those professionals from those who lack knowledge as a landlord. They provide facts that can be checked upon. They provide several possible solutions to explore. Their information is backed by law and actual facts. Not by what they believe or feel is correct, but what is correct and the best way to proceed with an issue. easy to verify their information.

    "A smart LL uses the material on this form to get idea's and communicate with others ideas that they would use. Period."

    That is so true. But the problem is that many landlords rely on information that is incorrect and sometimes dangerous to follow. How does one know when the advice is valid or not if you are an inexperienced landlord?
      Re: When can I destroy rental applications? by Jojo on October 1, 2017 @18:17 [ Reply ]
      I think I just saw a big certificate holding ego head, float over my state. No- name, u missing one?

      I would never go to court on advice from this or any forum, on the internet.
      As stated already, it is best to use the advice for ideas to handle some issues. If someone joins the Agency group, they are mainly paying for application material mainly.
      Anyone who would think that the forum is all legal information, would be a fool. And such a person deserves to get burned a time or two in court.

      "How does one know when the advice is valid or not if you are an inexperienced landlord?"

      Easy?

      You hire a lawyer to handle the issue.

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