Posted by to Dawn on January 19, 2001 at 17:04:17:
In Reply to: JJ, practice your own english before you try to battle in legalese posted by Dawn on January 19, 2001 at 13:20:36:
: : : JJ, nice attempt at the save...NOT. IF you read my original sentence, it started with the word IF. It was implied that the situation does not apply IF the tenant is NOT listed. Just trying to cover the bases legally here and not accuse blindly. Peace.
: : The answer to his question is NO.
: Here's a surprise, JJ: The NO in itself was not disagreed on.
: : Tenants are confused enough. "answer only the question asked": sound familiar? you work for a law firm, don't you?
: I answered the question, JJ
NO, you did not. Here is your answer: where is the NO?
Posted by Dawn on January 17, 2001 at 15:20:32:
In Reply to: Can landlord ask for roommate's SSN? posted by SAM on January 17, 2001 at 14:03:23:
: I live in a rent-stablized apartment. My landlord wants the name and Social Security # of my new roommate (who isn't on the lease). I know I'm supposed to provide the name, but the #? Please advise.
If the person will be included onto the lease, then the landlord has a right to the social security number to find out if this person is working, is financially able to pay the share of the rent and is who they say they are.
Note: Posting is disabled in all archives
Post a Followup