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Re: apartment entry

Posted by richard on August 10, 2000 at 14:05:28:

In Reply to: apartment entry posted by froilan lomotan on August 10, 2000 at 12:22:13:

Well you better IMMEDIATELY get renters insurance, and make an inventory of your stuff, so if this happens again, file a report that stuff was missing, and the landlord will have to deal with the insurance co.

What is stated on your lease as to the maximum number of people in your apartment. You are allowed to have a roomate UNLESS its stated in the lease..., but Are they permenant tenants or just temporary...ya know came to las vegas to gamble, or do they have a job?

: what laws are there regarding apartment entry while I'm not there. I left last night at 10:00 p.m. with the lights on and doors locked. I came home this morning with the door open and lights off. No sign of forced entry, and no one else has a key except the landlord.
: Am I allowed to have anyone I choose live with me.
: What is the limit of how many people can live in a two bedroom apartment?
: I live in Las Vegas, Nevada

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