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It is seasonal (beach cottages) and the town health inspector needs to inspect for certain criteria to be met such as water, heating and sheetrocked walls just for example. She has not been approved by the town of Old Lyme for legal year round tenants. And I have a letter from him that would explain this to the judge. He was none too happy about this because he sees this kind of thing often. I have filed 3 separate small claims. One for the security deposit and 1 each for the two separate cottages I paid rent for. I wouldn't have gone this far, but she nickel and dimed me for most of the $3150 security and the lease is so skimpy that I just got frustrated and angry.
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