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Discussion in 'Living in, Use of the Premises' started by retartedsenior, May 29, 2014.

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  1. retartedsenior

    retartedsenior Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My landlord in Kansas called me in California to inform me that in 5
    days his son will be arriving at my place to spray paint the complete
    interior of the 2BD residence that I have lived for the last 6 years and
    he plans to do this while I am still living in it. I have three
    concerns about this, First I am 70 years old, and have Emphysema the
    paint he is using has warnings right on the label in bold letters that
    uninhabitable. My 2nd concern is that all my personel stuff including,
    Stove, Refrigerator, Computer, office equiptment, funiture, and clothing
    will have to be removed or relocated to provide access to all areas as
    needed for spray painting the complete interior. I belive this would
    also make it uninhabitable . My final concern is that my landlords son
    who is a Convicted Felon out on Parole in Texas for grand larceny. and
    is currently out on a $320,000 bond in Kansas for Multiple Burglaries
    & Drug Charges is the person that my landlord is sending out to move
    all my stuff & do the painting inside. I have already informed the
    landlord that I will be moving out next month and asked if he would
    delay the painting until I was out becouse the fresh paint vapors would
    make it uninhabitable for me. He flat out refused and said his son will
    be arriving on tuesday to start work regardless .This will leave me
    without a roof over my head and a place to sleep. While his son is in my
    place going thru and moving all my stuff so he can paint. How can I
    stop the landlord from painting inside until I can get out with all my
    stuff .
  2. Proserpina

    Proserpina Moderator

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    You can't, really. He has given ample notification and he really can send who he wants.

  3. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    Senior, why not go to a local motel for two or three days?
    Then you can start moving out after the spray painting is done.
    In other words, if possible, readjust your plans to move sooner; rather than later.
    There's nothing you can do to stop the painting, unless you develop a communicable disease and the house has to be quarantined.

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