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So far, this disagreement with our landlord has resulted in five responses by HPS to a complaint (two by the tenants, two by our landlord and his agents, and one by a family member of our landlord’s agent Richard Pollington). I’ll keep a running tally.
So far, this disagreement with our landlord had used up 4 hours 40 minutes of hearing time at the LTB, in 6 hearings, one by telephone, five in person (counting the Case Management Hearing and mediation session of May 19, 2017 as hearings). It has also used up 6 hours and 20 minutes of a mediator’s time. It has resulted in three responses by HPS to a complaint (one by the tenants). I’ll keep a running tally.
Wednesday July 19, 2017 – John and his crew were on the grounds, but made no attempt to enter the apartment. Marie was there all day, and I part of the day, and nobody ever knocked on the door. Our notes on John’s behavior for the day are here (Doc 141): Doc 141 – 2017-07-19 …
That makes 24 days of entry on 10 Notices of Entry since this began.
So far, there have been 16 days where John and/or Agostino have given notice to enter the unit to do repairs, and two days where Agostino entered without notice (and with our consent).
John’s Notice of Entry said that he would be entering at 9 am (assuming the times given were a window for entry (ie: the period of time that they would actually be in the apartment), and not a window for time of entry (ie: An interval of time during which they would arrive); I was never able …
So far, this disagreement with our landlord has resulted in three complaints to HPS, and a response each time. I’ll keep a running tally.
The harassment continues.
The Stampers’ test their car horn, about a dozen times a night. Apparently they like to know it is in working order at random intervals.