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Anyone had an experience like this?

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Re: Insufficient measures in place to protect the rights of

Post by Vaucluse » Wed, 24 Mar 2010 3:08 pm

coachtravel wrote:I am an American citizen
There's your problem right there
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Post by Vaucluse » Wed, 24 Mar 2010 3:13 pm

Having had my flippant moment, see above, you will find that many people here go through the same thing, though that doesn't make you feel better.

Of course you could always go the legal route, but that would potentially cost you more in the long run . . . though one letter may suffice.

Do you have your landlord's phone number so the lawyer can call?

In terms of cleanliness . . . you may think you have left the place in the same or better state . . . but that may not be the case and the landlord has the right to have it cleaned.

It stinks, but no choice, really
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