Originally Posted by enesbitt2007
Just thought of something check your lease. Most landlord put in a clause about quiet enjoyment of premises. Slip the page if it'* there under their door and send a copy to the landlord. That should be grounds to head to court if it'* there.
Yeah, looking into that. No quiet enjoyment, but my Attorney says there is an unwritten rule that a landlord has to provide that. There is, however, a clause that says "no tenant shall make no noise that disturbs other tenants or neighbors. "
I didi quote that in the letter from my attorney to the girls and landlord.
PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 5:34 pm Post subject:
Hey dont let these small problems bother you when much brighter days are ahead plus werent you having a house built soon. Just deal with it till then I guess.
That would be an option if it wasn't going to take about 2 years to get the house.
PostPosted: Wed Jul 18, 2007 6:25 pm Post subject:
Most of the time the first visit to an attorney is free.
Ask around at work and see if any of your co-workers may happen to know one
I work in law firm so all of my legal work is free!!!!
So I have no worries taking this to court!
Popatim - I like the way you think. But, realistically, that would only drag this out even more. Fun as heck though!!
I still think it'* funny my wife through the breaker, really ticked them off.