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Re: Reply One

Posted by ChrisG on October 13, 2001 at 11:36:22:

In Reply to: Re: Reply One posted by wane on October 13, 2001 at 02:50:52:

sarcasm aside, i think the bottom line is, if you want pursue this, you'll have to take it to court, as the LL isn't responding to your attempts to right the situation. you have to ask yourself if these late fees are worth fighting for in the face of the court costs and lost time. while a perfect LL would have covered all the aforementioned issues in each renewal lease, most are far from perfect and all the reasons you cite above are a good argument for being flexible with your current situation. housing in this place is a constant annoyance/struggle, so its best to pick your battles with a certain discretion.

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