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Re: Relationship problems who stays

Posted by Dawn on December 05, 2000 at 13:13:16:

In Reply to: Relationship problems who stays posted by Carrie on December 05, 2000 at 12:01:44:

That sounds pretty scary. Unfortunately, if you feel at risk, there are two options, both not great. Either you can calm the new boyfriend activity down until you move out (so as not to get the ex upset and do god knows what and also to uphold the lease since both your names are on it) or move out immediately, sending the landlord a 30 day notice that YOU will be moving out. It's a sticky and sad situation when you break up with someone (was this before you signed the lease or during the lease)? with sore feelings that have yet to heal and bruised egos, there's going to be static.

Or you can call the cops. That may either scare him or escalate things. Either way, he'll know where you live. I would leave.

: I am on a lease with my ex-boyfriend. We were going to try and both stay in the apartment until the lease was up. But problems have been occuring and it is unbearable. He wakes me up in the middle of the night yelling, listens to my messages and is starting to scare me. I have tried to talk to him about this but he will not listen. Is there anything I can do to get him to leave leagaly, even if he is on the lease?

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