Q: I was wondering if I can only sew the property manager company and not the owner of the building do to harassment
As well as get out of my lease early if needed. I've been the only tentant apporched about smoking on my back porch outside. There was no other tentants told about smoking outside only inside the apartments. Which didn't start happening until My rent wasn't paid that month. Which was out of my control do to the fact that section 8 pays my rent in full and whenever the building switched property management companies. The company didn't do their job at getting everything switch over with the section 8 housing authority office. I also have a question about medical malpractice if possible, it to much to type out.
Anyone can sue anyone for anything, but it there has been a breach of your written lease, the proper defendant would be the lessor, not the property management company. Harrassment on account of smoking or a dislike of a tenant is not a cognizable cause of action in Missouri. If you were being discriminated on account of membershipi in a protected class, such as race, religion, or national origin, then your options would be different.
Ronald J. Eisenberg
Schultz & Associates LLP
640 Cepi Drive, Suite A
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Direct: (636) 733-6647
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