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Re: mediation

Posted by Anna on May 13, 1999 at 10:23:00:

In Reply to: re:to anna posted by j on May 12, 1999 at 22:18:49:

: : : I own a double in another state and the current tenants are arguing abouts things such as backyard usage, kids, pets and cars in the driveway. It has become a "he said : she said" situation. What can be done to fix this.

: : You're their landlord: you have to fix it! What state is the house in? Do they have a mediation center you all can go to like NYC has?

: No mediation available in this village. How about a strong worded letter to both? Or could I get myself in trouble? Both tenants have leases and I want to be fair to them.

The suggestions for tenants and complaint-letter-writing here on the board, in the archives, and linked to on the homepage of TenantNet, work equally well for small non-professional landlords. Start soft & courteous, appeal to common sense, quote their leases or the law... If that fails, write a stronger letter, etc etc
You might find more specific info by using an internet search engine: formatted: [yourstate landlord]

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