If you allow someone to stay with you (a friend) just to help them out, and they up and leave without any notice, maybe because they found someone else to stay with is that rude. You have a payment agreement that is agreed upon and because they just up and walk out the bills the other person is now in a bind because they were unprepared for the change. DO you not have to give a apartment complex notice when you deciding to break your rental contract? And if the person only removed themselves, their furniture and personal items still remain how would that further affect the situation.
The individual that up and left is in their late 40's a previous homeowner that was newly divorced, and in need of a place to stay following the divorce. They have never held up to responsibility at 46 owning no transportation having to be given majority of their belongings. The other person involved feels that the 46 year old maybe did not realize their actions.
This is not a legal matter, but a matter of principle would you consider a person who does this a friend, or consider helping them in the future.
This is a third person situation. I am not the individual involved, I am asking for someone else. Please be mature. Thanks.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:14 AM on Feb. 6, 2013 in Relationships
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