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Postby dolphingirl » Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:19 am

My Uncle lives in a HASA Apt and needs some advice on getting a person out< he has called his worker and the worker has done nothing but back pedal on him and the woman in the house states that they are married but they are not ,he has called Mobile Crisis unit and they did nothing , he is at wits end and thinking of sleeping out on the street just so he don't have to put up with any more static from her any help ,any body?
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Postby TenantNet » Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:51 am

This doesn't really sound like a landlord/tenant issue ... or you aren't explaining things well.

For readers, HASA stands for HIV/AIDS Services Administration. See HIV/AIDS Services Administration

HASA involves comprehensive case management with bundled social services. Legal issues for HASA units might differ from regular apartments. You need to do the research on HASA rules and policies.
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