2003 Rental Roundtable Archives
from the San Diego Union
- January 19, 2003: Grounded Outlets Not
Necessarily Landlord's Responsibility
- February 9, 2003: Definition
of `Normal' Wear and Tear Creates Snare for this Landlord
- March 2, 2003: Tenant
is Stuck with Month-to-Month Lease
- March 30, 2003: Can
pooch Come for a Visit in a No-Dog Building?
- April 13, 2003: Manager
has to give notice before entering apartment
- April 27, 2003: How
Many Is a Crowd?
- May 18, 2003: Landlord
claims policy barring cats, then allows a feline In
- June 8, 2003: Can
Tenant Get a Refund for Below-par Apartment?
- June 22, 2003: An
Uninvited Paint Job May Get the Brushoff
- July 6, 2003: Bad
Vibrations Come From Upstairs Renter
- July 20, 2003: Tenant
Can Request Walk-through 2 Weeks Before Moving
- August 17, 2003: Be
Careful Deducting Repairs from Rent
- September 7, 2003: Air-conditioning
Usually an Amenity
- September 28, 2003: Air-conditioning
Usually an Amenity
- October 19, 2003: One-year
Lease Must be Honored in the Event of a Sale
- November 9, 2003: Does Pressure to Buy
Justify a Broken Lease?
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