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Re: Please Help A Hick

Posted by richard on February 20, 2000 at 20:08:51:

In Reply to: Please Help A Hick posted by Victoria on February 20, 2000 at 20:01:06:

Well first you'd better run down to your landlord and get a lease TODAY!!!!
Because as a month to month tenant all you get is 30 days to leave if he wants you out! beg for a lease today!

Also you should have a talk with her and say get with it ......this is the new economy, people work at all hours on their computer to make money, thats how you pay the if she doesnt like it...get some ear plugs....


: I just moved here from TN, and found a great apt in Brooklyn, a house with only two neighbors, one below and one above. The house itself is very old and creaks with every movement. My apartment is completely carpeted save the bathroom and kitchen. The thing is, I and my husband both work on the computer, sometimes until two in the morning if a project is due. The woman below us goes to bed at nine, and gets up at five. Our living room with the main computer is right above her bedroom. She is old and Italian and our landlords (who live right next door and are very nice) are as well. She has complained to them twice, not about noise, but that we are walking above her. They have asked us to stop moving around in and stay in one room after ten! I did not sign a lease when we moved in and now I am thinking they are going to evict us on short notice. The woman below has threatened to call the police on us if we move around anymore in the night. I know its nutty, but what recourse do I have? Thank you in advance for the help.

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