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If as you claim, "it doesn't make sense to spend energy chasing rental arrearages from tenants once they are out", then what's the sense in spending energy in attempting to interpret and comply with the conditions imposed by this tenant that don't make sense?
If I can get the open $300 for writing one letter, why not do it?


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Stephan yes it would be great if you can get the money you are owed BUT some future landlords will still learn that you had to file and they wont give a darn and still refuse to rent to her only because a past landlord of hers had to file to get her out.
Exactly. I check these records. But that is her problem, not mine.

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