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Re: That is not how the law will work= yes it does Ed you moronic fool !

Posted by frank on August 19, 2000 at 13:02:08:

In Reply to: That is not how the law will work posted by Unstoppable Ed on August 19, 2000 at 01:28:27:

the landlord MUST step into this situation because these tenants are not able to " peacefully have and hold their apt" with harassment and threats made by insane people..they have a lease which is a CONTRACT and for the landlord to fail to step into it then that is a " breach of contract" which will be remedied by the court..... obviously the husband needs to go talk with the tenants and tell them not to intimidate his wife EVER AGAIN with vile threats and "deliberate " bumping into.... PS...I never said the landlord was harassing them... read my past post ED.....

I don't know who or what the hell you are ED, but your advise to these people is to run away without standing up for their rights.... we don't live in the USA under threats by people...we have courts and cops to handle these matters...perhaps you are a gutless and spineless animal that would run away from animal tenants that harass them.... the landlord takes the rent from BOTH of the tenants and therefore he HAS to maintain " quiet enjoyment of the premises"...

if the animal tenants lived in a different building, outside of the landlords legal reach, that would be a different matter... but the landlord is responsible to maintain order in HIS building....

tenants who read ED's response.... PLEASE do not run away from a situation until you have tried every avenue of legal means..... ED, please have a vasectomy as soon as possible because there are too many negative wimps around... we need people who have guts...not more people, like you, who run away from a situation..... remember that good will always triumph over evil and over very ignorant advice.....

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