Re: promissory notes for rent?
New postby andymoore » Fri May 11, 2012 2:57 am
If I had properties and a tenant tried pulling that on me I'd have them kicked out and have their legs broken just for fun as they're taking the piss. Have our governments not taught us anything? Hand of iron, silk glove.
If you agreed to the rent when you moved in so you should pay it, I have to pay a fuck load out to keep a nice roof between my head and the sky so what makes others so special they can get it for free?
"Ooh but I'm a freeman" no you're just a freeloading cunt who's shy of responsibilities, there's a big difference. One has the best interests of all mankind at heart and the other is as already defined.
i don't see landlords any different to being banks, most of them don't even own the properties they are purporting to rent
and certain landlords seem to want to own more than 100 properties..... and rent is extortionate then you expect your children to be able to afford to pay these ridiculous mortgages that were paid in full the day they were signed....
in other words i've been financing and have an interest in those properties.....or at least the one i've been living in / financing for their projects. so whos funding who?????
and i know all about housing associations, (some of them even purchase properties for £1) i've been evicted and made homeless because of being well in credit with rent,
except they went and evicted me anyway...... not for rent arrears mind you. then later after the fact, it's proven in court that i was infact correct.....well in credit ....
(would you pay agree to an increase in rent of 75% for a property that by their own testament was below health and safety standards......? )
this new property was rented as a result of no other choice.......(If your on the streets, do you really have a choice where you live?????) and in fact i was offered a new agreement as a result of being a good tenant for the past almost 3 years, which i already know is invalid as was the last one....
this is not something i want to do but there is no other choice at this stage, so doing the right thing would be to tender payment.
think what you like Andy, you still have a journey to see how deep the deception is.
these big landlords deal with financing companies all the time, if they're competent financing institutions they will be dealing with promissory notes...... (and whos financing these big companies????)
the landlord has even stated that the "agreements" are promissory notes....
i bet they are, so why not discharge them, no ones saying don't pay, they have just as much right to discharge their obligations as does anyone else....or put their promissory notes to use.
why can't you focus on getting your house for free then instead of passing your insecurities on others? you seem to think others don't pay a fuckload out to have a roof over their heads?