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Posted by John E. Marre on January 11, 1999 at 14:03:17:

In a recent housing court trial, an emplpoyee of a building management corporation presented themselves as "Proprety Manager" for the premises in which the tenant was living.
Following the trial, the same person admitted to the tenant that s/he was "not" the "Property Manager" for that particular building and that s/he was merely "representing" the management corp.
Isn't this misrepresentation? Isn't it the same (or very similar) to someone appearing in court, "representing" a tenant and claiming that they are, in fact, the tenant?
Is there recourse?
Thanks for any info on this.

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