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Posted by Linda Garthsi on September 17, 1998 at 12:19:42:

In Reply to: One more thing... posted by TenantNet on September 17, 1998 at 06:48:43:

Sec. 7.12
A "licensee" is a person who entered with the permission of either the owner, the tenant or someone with some possessory right to the dwelling unit and who has been in occupancy of the premises for at least 30 days, is clearly protected by the statute. Thus a roommate, or even a guest who is invited to share a dwelling with the prime tenant, cannot be removed without a court order if he/she has been in occupancy for at least 30 days.

you normally don't do this you said when you finally put up the RUMPLESTILTSKIN section that should have been put up a long long time ago...feel better now???????? I still don't care !!!!!

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