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a letter to my landlord.....vent cussing

Posted by Anonymous   + Show Post

How fucking dare come into my house and ask me a question about what the light company said and then interrupt me while im giving you an answer! and then get an attitude when i ask you not to interrupt me. How dare you come into my home and tell me that i need to clean it! yes there may be baby toys on the floor when you come here and no my dishes from breakfast or lunch may not ALWAY be dont. but my house is in no way a pig sty all because you dont like my kids toys on the floor.(mind you that my kids were just playing with, i asked them to move so i could open the door) How dare you come into my house, that i pay rent to live in and disrespect me the way you just did?! you are a piece of shit and i cant wait untill i sign the lease on this better house and i hope the city condemns this bitch! the porch is falling through and you just put concrete in a crack or around a piece  of cinder block and expect the city to say that it is fixed! i fucking hate you! you are the biggest slum lord i have ever met and i hope the city sticks every violation to your ass!

Posted by Anonymous on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:32 PM
Replies (31-40):
MrsBridges19
by on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:50 PM

The replies?  Yeah, then you wouldn't have posted here.  We had to do this with our last landlord.  They have rules and laws they have to follow.  They CANNOT come into your HOME and tell you you need to clean up.  We had someone try to do that.

Quoting notjstasocermom:


I did read it.

Quoting MrsBridges19:

It is her's.  Perhaps you should read some more of the replies?

Quoting notjstasocermom:

How fucking dare come into my house

I stopped there, for one its not your house,second if you plan on sending that I hope youplan on getting evicted.





Brooke-Nicole
by on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:51 PM

This.

There are rules to protect tenants. Landlords can't come and go as they please and do what they want with the house that you occupy. People who say otherwise don't know what they're talking about.

He can do inspections with notice and can enter the home with your permission during other times (for repairs and such), except in cases previously mentioned by the Anon poster. That is generally a safe assumption.  Look at your local laws and also your lease.

Sounds like he was just being a douche.

Quoting Anonymous:

You shoudl probably look up your states Residential Landlord Tenant Act.   My current landlord is a giant pice of sh*t.  The building is falling apart does not obey electric code and he never fixes things.  We've always followed the legal routes of notifying him etc etc..    Everyone told me he could just come over or do whatever, whenever because he owned the place.     WRONG!!!!   Talked to a lawyer, and after just one 30min court proceding, he now owes us 4K, and will have to make an estimated 10K in repairs if he wants to keep the city from condemning the building!!!!

Look up the laws where you live!



Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:51 PM

no they can not. it has to be stated in the lease that way! and it isnt. and my house isnt dirty, there were baby toys on the floor and my coffee cup on the table.

Quoting AntzMom24:

I understand that you're upset, but it's not your home. You rent. Until you pay a mortgage and not rent, the house is technically not your home. Landlords can have any rules they want for their tenants and come in at any time they want. Yes, he may be a slum lord and you may hate him, but in the end he's the one footing the bill for any damage you do. He may be worried about bugs with the dirtiness of the house. Or he could be a complete prick. Either way, his house his rules. Just like living in your parents house only with bigger bills.


Hutersmom
by Silver Member on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:53 PM
If she pays rent the landlord has no right to just walk in to her home. It's where she lives and it is hers for the duration of the contract.

Quoting mary841108:

 um baby girl i hate to break it to ya. ITS NOT YOUR HOME! you do not own it, the landlord does so go somewhere with that 'how dare you come into my home' chiz.

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jj4ij
by Silver Member on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:54 PM

 A landlord has to give you 24 hours written notice before entering your property.  You did not even have to let him in unless he gave you that notice.  You need to look up the Landlord/Tennant laws in your area.  If you are able to move, then move !

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:58 PM

not when it is just toys and a few lunch dishes in the sink

Quoting mary841108:

 actually a landlord can tell you to clean...my dad owns 3 houses that he rents out. and i believe you meant bit.

Quoting Anonymous:

Here is a big of education for you 'Baby girl'

it is his HOUSE. 

it is her HOME

and he does NOT have the right to do any of these things. 


Quoting mary841108:

 um baby girl i hate to break it to ya. ITS NOT YOUR HOME! you do not own it, the landlord does so go somewhere with that 'how dare you come into my home' chiz.


 


themissheather
by Gold Member on Feb. 20, 2013 at 3:58 PM
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This!

Where I live, if they enter in a non emergency situation without notice it's technically trespassing.


Quoting MeAndTommyLee:

In my state a landlord can only come into your rented space if their is a fire or a flood. They can not demand to come in.  They need to give you 24 notice.  Move.

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MrsDavidB25
by Stacey on Feb. 20, 2013 at 4:00 PM

 Why was the LL in your home?

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 20, 2013 at 4:05 PM

the same for here. we are moving, out lease in up in like 2 weeks.

Quoting MeAndTommyLee:

In my state a landlord can only come into your rented space if their is a fire or a flood. They can not demand to come in.  They need to give you 24 notice.  Move.


Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Feb. 20, 2013 at 4:08 PM

there are a few baby toys on the floor. the house isnt damaged or trash/food everywhere. a few toys!

Quoting DiANAiVELiSSE:

OMG! How dare the person that actually OWNS THE HOME , come in to ask questions about the condition of the home.. The nerve of some people


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