Here's the situation! We live in condos, and my landlord has been having an issue with the management people. Our bathtub won't drain like it should nor will our sink in the bathroom. My landlord had several plumbers come out to fix the problem but the plumbers are saying its a building issue. They can only snake the sink and bathtub so far. So the management people basically don't want to get the issue fixed and even lied and told my landlord that they had a plumber come out and it was our fault, but when she asked for a copy of the receipt, they had nothing. So now they are trying to say that our place was filthy(which is not true, the day they came by, we were spring cleaning so yes our home was in disarray) and even snuck some pics without our consent or knowledge! We just sent pics to our Landlord of how our home REALLY looks on a daily basis. but I don't understand how the condition of our home have to do with the plumbing o_O
Is it legal for them to come in our home and snap pics without us knowing??
Answer by maecntpntz219 at 9:35 AM on Sep. 11, 2013
Gosh, I'm not sure. That's kind of underhanded though. I would go so far as to invite your landlord to stop by at their convenience, even unannounced if they are concerned at the condition of which you keep your home. That way you won't get warning to clean because they are coming and they can feel secure in the fact that you keep an orderly house. Do you know any of your neighbors? And if so, do they have the same problem with drainage? If so, you could ask them to complain to the building management with you and your landlord.
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