Re: Rat Control Responsibility - Landlord Forum thread 360760
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Re: Rat Control Responsibility
on August 13, 2020 @06:17
Yeah,".........right,.....welcome to southern ca.
Did the rat guy roll up in his 200,000 sports truck ??
Since it's so close se to move in, I'd say you should take care of it.
Properties in the hills are prone to rats, mice, raccoons, squirrels,, etc.
You need to identify what's there AND properly close up access.
Trim back trees from roof areas.
One time look see and trap set with two or three comebacks should only be a few hundred dollars. If you have lots of access points that need to be located and closed up,....that's what you'll spend the money on.
You're responsible for varmit proofing your property. Tenant is responsible for good housekeeping. You don't want the health department calling on you because the tenant dropped a dime . Take care of it no matter what your lease says.
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