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You don't have to accept any excuses.

Posted by John on December 07, 2000 at 16:04:57:

In Reply to: How many times can a landlord use the excuse posted by Eva on December 01, 2000 at 18:09:03:

Follow up that conversation with a letter to your managing company (landlord) explaining that you have spoken to their worker (agent/super) and have been without essential services and heat for some time (by certified letter). If things get worst, start an HP Action against your rental company and have a judge hear their excuses.

Of course you will still be paying the rent on time, but if you stop payment or if you lost you job and you told them that they had to wait until you can make full or any payments at all, that would put you in a bad position and make them very unhappy.

So don't force them to do the same.
Note: make sure you have all your rental receipts prior to stating any housing cases.

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