Problem check out at property

Cueball 83
Cueball 83
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11 years ago
No need to be a lawyer to understand the basics- you probably have more practical knowledge than a lawyer anyway.

Just be careful if you do not have a witness to testify in support of the the key return exercise.

A rogue tenant could possibly deny that the keys have been returned to you at all. Should this occur it would further cloud muddy waters.

Neel is correct if all other procedures have been followed your end.

Good luck with your pursuit.

CB 83

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