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Re: EMFs Habitability & access: currently in litigatio by Garry on October 7, 2021 @17:20

Forgive me for asking, but what are EMFs ? Yes, you need to give a 24 hour notice to get in. Knock, ring the doorbell, and if no one comes to the door, use your key, and BOTH you and the exterminator go inside. HOWEVER, if someone comes to the door and will not let you in, ask when you CAN come in, and then leave. Then reset for another date and time to enter, by posting another 24 hour notice again. Be sure to document everything. Your witness will be the exterminator, election, plumber, etc. If a Tenant does not answer the door, NEVER go in without a witness. Good Luck in court.
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Re: EMFs Habitability & access: currently in litigatio by Elizabeth on October 9, 2021 @23:48 [ Reply ]
Electromagnetic Frequencies Condition called EHS, but not recognized by science.
I will post at her door the 24 hour notice.
If she doesn't answer then I CAN go in without her.
If she refuses entry I have to reschedule. Bummer.'
She NEVER complained about mice.
She put it in her Complaint (counter claim)
I don't have a problem paying for an exterm if T want one, BUT I like them to be honest!

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