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My friend has a contract with a management company that manages apartment building for priviate owners. My friends company has worked at the same cite for about 15 months. My friend asked the management company to provide him with a copy of all the billing invoice payments that they have made to my friends company for the pass five months.
Questions; are they required to give my friend a print out of all the payments the management companay made to him over the last five months. He builds the management company monthly.
my friend provides security men 8-hours a day seven-days a week at the apartment building. and he bills the management company monthly, and the management company use their checks with their name on it to pay the billing invoice he sumitts to them each month. every one who works at the apartment building works direcly for the property management company. not for the owner of the property who is a non-profit public benefit corporation, who's tenants get help from HUD to pay their rent every month. so this sounds like a federaly funded housing program that is managed by the proviate management company. Further, my friends company provided security to the property from August 1-31-2012, as he does every month he sumitted his billing invoice in September for the work he did in August 2012. he was not paid and they said they did pay his company for work his company did in August 2012, so he asked them to send him a copy of the payment ledger for his company, which woud show his company's account number, Invoice date, Invoice Number, Amount paid, Date Paid, Check Number. he is only asking them to send him a copy of his records. And they are saying that my frient can only get this information form the owner of the property, who has nothing to do with the hiring or firing or paying workers. does the answer you have given me apply know that I was able to give you more detail information.
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I rent a apartment that I have signed a year lease in Los Angeles California, my apartment is located inside of a eight story 152 unit apartment building.
My granddaughter came to visit me yesterday and was told by the building security guard that she had to let him see her California ID before she would be allowed to visit me. and that he would have to write her personal information on her ID in a book before he would let go to my apartment to visit with me.
She told him that she does not have her California ID with her, so he made her leave the building, refusing to let her visit with me.
Question: Please tell me what rights of mine have been violated, and what can I do to stop this from happing again.
No I never agreed to such a rule, the manager passed out a flyer saying that on April 20, 2013 from 4pm to 6am security would be doing this. Management never ask for my permission to do this to my visitors.
No. other tenants are also complaining and saying that this is a violation of their constitutional rights, and violating their right to privacy laws, and their right to assemble when their visitors come and are turned away, what do you think?,
This is a government housing Section 8 program that helps pay 70% of the rent of all the Senior Citizens tenants living here. The owners are a California nonprofit public benefit corporation, IRS 501 (c) (3) charity.
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