hi, my name is XXXXX XXXXX live at Dana Point apartments, i have been informed that i am being askd to vacate my apartment, dated 08/18/2011- Paragraphs #20 & # XXXXX Litter out side of door... traffic in my apartment..my son is on lease and when to school with the kids in this apartment, they like my son very much as do the parents, i had to ask my son to leave and ask all his friends to stop comming by my apartment...We do not do drugs or anything of that nature...But Dallas Pd frequesnt this complex 3 to 4 x a week cuz of the criminal activictive and SWAT has come in and removed resident from apartmt. CSI was here just yesterday, hmmmm, 2 burglarized apartment in one day...Its very very very bad here, and they want t0 evcate me..i tell the boys come in out of this neighborhood to protect them from the violience and drug carte in my apartments, i fear for the lives at any given time...Property Management has done nothing to stop this, but they want to evicate me cuz of Litter? and traffic in my apartment? Please respond asap, my number is XXXXX
What traffic did they describe in their letter? How much traffic do you have compared to other tenants? Have the police been to your apartment for any reason?
they did not describe any amount of traffic in apartment, my son has his friends stoppin by all the time, or weekends, there is no school and these kids are bored...maybe 5 to 6 kids a week, Police called only once, by me to remove my sons friend cuz he was out of hand with me. in my apartment..i did tell the manager, but he seemed ok...but really no police have ever been to my apartment for nothing, comepared to the amount of activity in the Dana Point property due to the burglieries, and SWAT and Drunk drivers...DPD is here almost every day...my cell, if u want to speak to me regarding this situation XXX-XXX-XXXX Lisa
You have the right to contest the basis for the eviction in court. If you bring to court the things in your post you should succeed. As a tenant you have a right to have guests so long as they do not disturb the neighbors.
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im still ask to vacate my residence and still legal advice...i dont accept the $59..i submitted a follow up on this situation at #17.00 XXXberna-mod40830.1775258102
You cannot be forced from your apartment without a court order. YOu have the right to go to court to challenge the eviction proceeding based on the argument that there is no substance to the landlord's complaint and you are exercising your rights in having visitors at your home and the landlord has no power to restrict your right to have visitors. I do not know what else you are looking for.
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