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wolf051881

New member
landlord is not letting my girlfriend visit me just because he doesn't like her and says were no good for each other, and she has never damaged any propery or anything like that. I have only a verbal lease with him and pay weekly cause I work for him. Does he have the right to do this.
 


quincy

Senior Member
landlord is not letting my girlfriend visit me just because he doesn't like her and says were no good for each other, and she has never damaged any propery or anything like that. I have only a verbal lease with him and pay weekly cause I work for him. Does he have the right to do this.
What sort of work do you do for the landlord? Are you provided a discounted rent?
 

Eekamouse

Senior Member
landlord is not letting my girlfriend visit me just because he doesn't like her and says were no good for each other, and she has never damaged any propery or anything like that. I have only a verbal lease with him and pay weekly cause I work for him. Does he have the right to do this.
And what happened that your boss/landlord would have this opinion of your girlfriend and your's relationship? They didn't just arbitrarily make this decision. Something or several things occurred to get you to where you are now.
 

wolf051881

New member
And what happened that your boss/landlord would have this opinion of your girlfriend and your's relationship? They didn't just arbitrarily make this decision. Something or several things occurred to get you to where you are now.
Yes we have alot of history but regardless nothing was done to the landlord
 

quincy

Senior Member
Based only on what you have said so far, it appears your employer/landlord can terminate your employment and he can give you notice to quit.

So ... if your landlord/employer does not like your girlfriend, you might have to make a choice between her and your job/rental unit.
 

bcr229

Active Member
Sounds like you need to go visit your girlfriend at her place if you like your job and housing situation.
 

Eekamouse

Senior Member
Yes we have alot of history but regardless nothing was done to the landlord
No but has your landlord had to put up with a lot of childish drama from you two? Why subject him to that crap? I understand where he's coming from. Tell your girlfriend to stay away. People in crap relationships don't have the right to subject others to all their stupid dramatics and that sounds like what's been going on here.
 

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