Wireless Burglar Alarm

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On 8/18/2010 7:40 AM, snipped-for-privacy@optonline.net wrote:

Yes, I have some rental apartments and a few years back a tenant used a whole bunch of "easily removable stick-ons" in the apartment for various things. After a few years most also removed the paint when they were removed.
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Because you are attaching things to doors, door frames, windows and window frames and adding a very loud noise making device for which your landlord as the registered owner of the property becomes legally responsible for after it is installed... If it keeps going off, the landlord and not the tenant is going to be cited for the noise issues... Therefore since it is their property and NOT the tenants they should have the right to impose reasonable restrictions on what kind of system is installed and who does the installing...
Renting is not owning, you do not have the "right" to do whatever you want with a rental property as a tenant, your rights are restricted by local laws and the terms of your rental/lease agreement...
~~ Evan
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