1999 Rental Roundtable Archives
from the San Diego Union
- January 3, 1999: Raise is Justified by County Increases
- January 17, 1999: If Tenant Wants Fireplace, He Should Pay
- January 31, 1999: Renter Laments: Landlord Removes Amenities
- February 14, 1999: Tenant is Down Because Monthly Payments are
- February 28, 1999: When House is Sold, Who's Deposit
- March 14, 1999: Tenants' Romantic Problems Don't Qualify as a
- March 28, 1999: Verbal Lease is Binding But Risky
- April 11, 1999: Landlord's Dirty Drapes Leave Tenant Hanging
- May 2, 1999: A Fee for Changing Apartments is Illegal
- May 16, 1999: With Roommate Leases, Landlord Can't Have It
- May 30, 1999: Raising the Rent Doesn't Hinge on Providing
- June 13, 1999: Is Landlord Responsible for Protecting Tenants
from Vicious Dogs?
- July 4, 1999: Make Sure All Occupants' Names are on Lease
- July 25, 1999: It's Landlord's Responsibility to Answer the
Call of the Wired
- August 1, 1999: Does This Tenant Owe a Rain Check?
- August 15, 1999: Tenants Take Chance When Leaving Before lease
- September 5, 1999: Fire Cause Must be Established so Tenant
Can be Reimbursed
- September 26, 1999: Age Probably Isn't a Factor in Ability to
- October 17, 1999: At-home Childbirth Raises Rental Issues of
Noise and Privacy
- October 31, 1999: Sloping, Rickety Floor Gives Worried Renter
that Sinking Feeling
- November 14, 1999: Termite-related Problems Rate Reimbursement
- November 28, 1999: Separate Water Meters an Ideal Solution for
- December 12, 1999: Is Landlord Asking too Much to Break Lease?
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