Dealing with Tenants
One of the worst parts of being a landlord is dealing with renters and the messes and damage they leave behind.
How you can deal with these issues varies quite a bit in different jurisdictions, so there really isn’t a one-answer-fits-all solution. If you’re in this situation, you may want to consult a lawyer.
Hi Revenge Guy,
My former renters were making big deals of minor issues and would not talk to me personally. They use text like its the most convenient way to communicate. I had to spend hours explaining things that I could have done in 5-10 minutes by talking about it.
I decided not to renew their lease as they have also broken several appliances in the house. Anyway, as I was cleaning their room, I found panties and pair of shoes.
Is it legal to send the panties to their work place (with a note and their names on it :) since I do not have their new address?
I live in California. Thanks.
By all means, send the panties and shoes to their last known address you have. In as clear a box you can find.
Be sure to include instructions about how to reimburse you for sending them their personal items and the broken appliances.
Good luck! RG