If it doesn't state either way in the lease, who is responsible for snow removal on path, driveway, etc. -- the landlord or the tenant? My state is NJ. Thank you!!!
It's a small house; I am the only renter. The landlord is petty and I'm going to be moving soon, this is one of many issues I have with him -- the only questionable one. I was just wondering if there was a legal issue regarding whether it was "officially" a landlord's or tenant's duties for outside maintenance.
Not that this has anything to do with legality, but the landlord owns a manual labor-type business that has the shop building on one side of my house and the office on the other. The many burly men who work there shovel a path from the shop through my yard, clearing the top portion of my driveway, over to the office. My landlord has a plow on the front of his truck and I allow him to park in "my" driveway every day for his work, but the second a drop of snow hits the ground he starts parking his truck, with said plow, in the street, after he has plowed out the front of the shop of course. And although I am a small woman with a back injury (post-surgery), he still refuses to deal with the snow.