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The manager of your apartment lives in one of the units?
He had the apartment as part of his compensation for managing the units.
I'm sorry. I stepped away for a while.
So, at this point, the manager is no longer employed by you, correct? Does he have a lease?
Or was his residence at the apartment governed by his employment contract, if he had one?
I want to know what legal steps need to be taken to get the manager out of his apartment once he has resigned?
There was no written employment K. Also he was never on a lease and he is no longer employed by me. Remember he has submitted his resignation in writing,so he also does not consider himself employed any longer
Brief step by step walk through to evict him-please.
Last question, we pay for the electricity to the managers apartment, are we allowed to shut it off? He pays nothing for it.
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