Need help to have slum lord fix these

Now, imagine finding out all of this after being hired as their "manager" as they are still running an ad for a new manager, knowing that they just received your $1400 dep and dont have to give it back because you signed a 1yr lease and you've only been here 2mo.,

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Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Jul 21 at 8:56 AM

It's your responsibility to clean your refrigerator. Did you do a walk thru and sign away something stating that the apartment was clean? If so, they are going to turn around and say that YOU damaged the carpet. And you will have no proof.

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:36 AM

You Have rights under the landlord tenant laws. get a copy and read it.

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:34 AM

contract. I wound up winning that case and the person who went out of business didn't get to collect there ETF. So you Need to know your rights and fight for them.

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:32 AM

You will need to bring Photos, and a copy of repair bills that you your self have made to court to collect from the person or company you are renting from. I had ran across a situation where the landlord I was renting from tried to breach a HUD

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:30 AM

erg that was weird, I was going to say did you get a set of land-lord tenant rights? if you didn't then your Land Lord is a very shady person. He essentially "Tricked you" by not getting your rights.

lee98632 says ... on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:28 AM

Ther is a way, but you need to go throught the legal system, also you as a tenant can deny them rent if they fail to make timely repairs, jsut as they can make your life hell you can make theres even more Hellish. Did they give you a set of Land-tenn

Uhh says ... on Monday, May 2 at 1:38 PM

There are laws to assist tenants. Perhaps you should research those before trying to persuade the court of public opinion. You'd probably get far better results.

Suzan says ... on Monday, May 2 at 1:17 PM

Did you walk thru the place before signing anything? Did you say..."I'll walk thru again when it's all fixed, then I'll sign..." ?

w153r says ... on Monday, May 2 at 11:21 AM

read your contract before you sign?

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