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Is T losing Privacy? by Anonymous on January 2, 2018 @20:41

                              
Is T losing Privacy?

Rental is single family house with yards and no fence so that there is No gate to block Tree / Landscaping companies coming for services, get quotes, etc.

(1) T is NOT required to be there for Tree / landscaping maintenance services (outdoor activities) and get quotes; while T is INFORMED with the coming activities in time matter.

(2) NO ONE requests T to be there.

(3) T has non-traditional service dogs, decides to be there and would communicate with those Professionals, then becomes exhausted and complaint about losing peace of mind and T's Privacy.
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Re: Is T losing Privacy? by Anonymous on January 2, 2018 @21:17 [ Reply ]
Time to get rid of T as soon as lease is up.
Re: Is T losing Privacy? by Nicole (PA) on January 2, 2018 @21:35 [ Reply ]
tell your contractors to not speak with tenants other than "hello. happy new year!! Sorry we can't chat but we're on a tight schedule".

who cares if tenant complains about "peace of mind and privacy" when you know it's not a real issue.
Re: Is T losing Privacy? by Doug on January 5, 2018 @00:48 [ Reply ]
It sounds like proper notice was given. Given that, the tenant has no basis for the complaint. I'd consider a nice but firm refusal to renew the lease when the time comes. I'm pretty sure there's an LPA form for it.

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