Posted by matilda on February 28, 2001 at 17:57:36:
In Reply to: Richard, Oh Richard posted by TenantNet on February 27, 2001 at 00:49:31:
I do have to sday one thing though. renter's insurance is really really really a good idea. dumb not to have it actually considering it is relatively inexpensive.
: Just when you thought it was safe... he's back! So Richard, please remember to try to clearly think through your responses. Depending on the location, tenants in burned out buildings (if it can't be occupied) can sometimes maintain their tenancy rights by paying $1 per month. Whether the tenant has a right to seek legal address with the landlord may depend on several factors, including any neglect that might have occurred. But it has nothing to do with renters insurance. Richard has a thing about insurance... he thinks the world revolvess around insurance agents. While it may indeed be a good idea to have inssurance, it does not create orr hinder any legal rights the tenant may have.
: : You have the right to lose all your belongings and everything you own, and have no right to sue the landlord, because you DONT have renters insurance which would have protected you from loss.
: : HINT HINT.....go buy some renters insurance this week!
: : : I need some advice: half of our building burned down a couple of days ago by a drunk who "accidently" dropped a cigarette on his bed. Obviously, it was his fault. There was no damage to our apartment aside from the fact that we had to move to another apartment within the community. The problem is: the reason the fire "took" so much with it was because three water hydrants around the apartment were DRY! Apparently, the city cannot/will not fine the apartments, but HOW can anyone feel safe in this complex? How? What rights do we have?
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