My landlord has been in my apartment at least once every month since i signed a lease last year. Each time has been to look at work he wanted us to do, show the apartment to buyers and realtors, look at things that he claimed needed updating, and hiring people off the street to come in to do... View More
If you are not on the lease and your ex-girlfriend wants to evict you legally, the eviction process may not typically show up on your rental history or credit report, as you were not a party to the lease agreement.
I live in a subsidized building. They’ve entered my home without notice repeatedly over the years, including many times when I wasn’t home. They’ve gone through my closets, moved personal items (including tampons, etc from my bathroom), and damaged all of my windows (used a crowbar and gouged... View More
I'm leaving my place soon, but I'm worried about my deposit. My landlord seems to be avoiding me and hasn't responded to any of my communications. He knew/knows that I'm leaving at the end of the month, and i even found a replacement tenant for him. My landlord is rumored not to... View More
Now she's clean and has been for over a year but the arrangements for FSU will be going into motion soon. She's going to go sign a lease tomorrow for an apartment. Can someone from the case tell the landlords exactly what she is getting charged for and the story? I'm in the state of Vermont
Why do you ask in this way. Whynot say what has happened? Her criminal court records are public, right?
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