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Re: LL's rights to refuse fixing up? by Pop's on October 6, 2017 @15:00

If the T caused the issue then it should be paid by the T. prior to re-instating a new lease. If they give any problems then you may want to re-consider renting to them another year.
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Re: LL's rights to refuse fixing up? by Anonymous on October 6, 2017 @17:18 [ Reply ]
Has anyone else noticed that G now uses a second userid to try to validate his answers?

Pop is G building himself up. I believe he is also his ting the thumbs up repeatedly to build up his ego.

Is it any wonder the real landlords don't come here any more
    Re: LL's rights to refuse fixing up? by Jane (Ca) on October 6, 2017 @19:23 [ Reply ]
    Did you also notice that the answer is always the same "G's advice is reasonable"? What the heck does that mean?
      Re: LL's rights to refuse fixing up? by Donald T on October 6, 2017 @21:25 [ Reply ]
      Jane, It means the advice given would be a reasonable tactic to move forward for any LL, depending on there State laws. If anyone is looking for 100 percent legal advice. Then they should be paying a licensed Lawyer in their state.
      Not rely on the so called "Professional LL joker" on here.
      Your probably Anonymous posting as Jane. HI.

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