I wouldn't say that there was any "abuse" in having visitors over, but
last night I had a three friends over. We had been drinking and were a bit being noisy
. The landlord wasn't home, but
our other roommate was and he complained to him via text message (keep in mind this is at 1:30 am
). This is the first time this had ever happened. I apologized, but
was told that I was being disrespectful and asked to move out. Other than that, I have infrequently had people over, maybe my boyfriend a few nights a week... but certainly no abuse, at least not in my eyes.
I understand being angry about noise at 1:30 in the morning, but there was no civil attempt made
to remedy the situation. We didn't trash the house or make a mess
. Serving a 30 day notice after such a short period of tenancy for such a reason is absurd, in my opinion, but unfortunately completely within his rights. I was questioning the revocation of "guest privileges." I think it's unfair to ask me not to have anyone over because of something like this, and I think
how he is reacting to the situation is rash and unreasonable.
Probably more info than necessary, but there you go