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The tenant has been a complete nightmare. The tenant has trashed my house, non payment of rent, pets and arguments with neigbhors. The tenant is ready to leave, but however, I don't really think that their next place is secure. I really dont care. It appears to me that the case worker is trying to buy time for the tenant.
I am going to send a certified letter stating that the tenant has given me their 30 day notice according to NJ law and that I expect the tenant to leave on the date that was given to me. After all, she did send the letter certified with a specific date.
Hi Alex, are you still working on my reply.
I am moving back the end of May. It just seems as if I am accomodating the tenant, which is ridiculous. Especially given the circumstances. : (
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