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Re: guests

Posted by Dawn on December 04, 2000 at 18:54:27:

In Reply to: guests posted by Neal Boutin on December 04, 2000 at 14:28:38:

True enough, you do have a right to invite a guest over, as I thought I mentioned that, just as I also mentioned that this ex-in-law situation could be an issue, and you surmised it might. I asked you -- do you want to get in the middle of a family situation or a potential TNT situation or not? The issue of your right to a guest is not something I disagreed with or asked specific questions to you on. I did point out the two forks for you: getting sucked into family drama and/or possibly damaging your relationship with the landlord. I asked if you knew of the situation between ex-hubby and granddaughter -- what's the situation there? IF it's bad, whether the ex-hubby person is standing in your apartment or in the hallway or at the door is insignificant. It all, in essence, belongs under the jurisdiction and property of the landlord, who is related to the granddaughter. Let's put it this way -- if there's a potential to avoid a problem, then avoid it.

No one said you could not sustain a friendship with the ex-husband. Can you see this person in another location, say, THEIR place?

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