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I have been having issues with the new management and staff

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I have been having issues with the new management and staff at my apartment complex not getting things fixed in a timely manner. I have been contacting the corporate office to report this. Sometimes it has been an email a week. Provided that I use the corporate contact information and my emails are polite and respectful can I get into trouble for continually complaining about the same issues not being fixed?
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As long as your emails are related to business purposes, your emails are non-threatening, and their are no protective/no-contact orders in place there is nothing illegal about continuing to contact them about repairs they have not completed.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

If they wanted to just "shut me up" could they get a no contact order just to embarrass me and make me be quiet?

No, not based upon what you have told me. There would have to be threats or harassment of a personal nature.

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