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DairyGirl
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  • PoA ceases at death, so that won't be a valid document. Being an attorney, he should know what to provide. But, you need a copy of the death certificate and any court documents naming the executor of her estate. That is the only person allowed access to the unit, or allowed information on it. And, overlock...
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  • 1. If you ever feel the need to do something like this again, don't.
    2. If you do, require the bidder empty the unit and deal with the tenant privately, off-site.
    3. If the tenant had money to pay the bidder to get their stuff back, why didn't they pay what they owed you to keep it from...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Where did that bike come from?
    She said he was supposed to be here Sunday to get it, which was the day she "abandoned" it. Since he still hasn't been here as of today, she said it sounded like he wasn't coming to get it after all and asked if she could just put it by the dumpster. It's already gone....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Where did that bike come from?
    She was just here. Her story is...she left it for a kid that lives next door to her. She told him where he could find it and gave him her gate code so he could get it. She said since it was still there Monday morning when I moved it, he must have decided he didn't want it. It is now by the dumpster...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Where did that bike come from?
    Me too!! This is another reason why I haven't tried to call her...I want to see the look on her face when I talk to her and hear her excuse. She also can't pull the "that's not me" excuse either. At the time this happened, she was the only tenant on the property....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Where did that bike come from?
    I should have been more clear and said she abandoned it. I left a note on her unit door to come see me. She can be difficult to reach by phone because she travels for work frequently. She has a choice: put the bike back in her unit, or take it with her to dispose of with her own trash at home. If she...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Where did that bike come from?
    The gate she left the bike near is just an old wooden gate that hides a grassy area between 2 buildings...it's kind of my "yard", as there is a cement pad and patio furniture at one end (though I never use it). It has nothing to do with my entrance gate and isn't even near it. I know I didn't...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Where did that bike come from?
    Oh no, there was no forgetting. Her unit is at the opposite end of the building from where she left it. She did it on purpose. And yes, cameras are great. Clearly, she didn't know she was being watched by one....
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  • DairyGirl
    started a topic Where did that bike come from?

    Where did that bike come from?

    I was out most of the day yesterday, and when I got home I walked the dog like usual. Coming back to my apartment, I noticed a bicycle leaning up against the gate that closes off an area between 2 buildings. Since I hadn't seen it when walking the dog that morning, I knew it had shown up some time while...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Don't Touch the Gate
    That sounds exactly like what happened....
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Don't Touch the Gate
    The beam is inside the gate. There is nothing outside the gate to prevent it from closing, no beam outside or loop in the ground. When the code is entered at the keypad outside the gate, the gate opens. There is a 15 second window to get the front of the vehicle inside the gate where the beam is located...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to This is a new one for me
    I have all my tenants sign a receipt if they are in person using their card. Submit a copy of the signed lease and her ID as proof she was physically in your office renting that unit. Be prepared to lose, (just in case) and get her unit up for sale as soon as you have a final answer. Even if you win,...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to This is a new one for me
    True, she may get her money back, but she still owes rent on a unit that contains her stuff that she currently should NOT have access to. The friend either, although he's not really involved. Once the dust settles, both tenants should be removed. Either sell the units, or, if they pay up, terminate...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to This is a new one for me
    Was the card in her name? Did she sign any receipts? What is the reason for the chargebacks? Your signed receipt is your proof that she was present for the purchase so she wouldn't be able to use the "card not present" excuse. You also have a copy of her ID showing it was indeed her, and she's...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Don't Touch the Gate
    No, never needed anything before. Because it's just this one person who isn't used to driving a vehicle of that size, they have some kinks to work out. I explained to them this morning that if the wife is the one putting in the code, she can come in the gate and stand in front of the reflector to block...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Don't Touch the Gate
    I can change the amount of time it stays open after pressing the code, but sometimes people are on their phones and not really paying attention. I'd hate to set it to stay open for, say, 30 seconds, and a tenant isn't paying attention, the gate starts to close, and they drive into it because "it...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Don't Touch the Gate
    It does reverse if it comes into contact with anything, or the beam is broken. When watching the video playback, it looked like it may have hit the vehicle, stop, and start to open again, but because the wife had grabbed it to try to slow it down, it's kind of hard to tell, and I think that prevented...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to Don't Touch the Gate
    It does, but it's located just inside the gate.The front of the vehicle, or whatever is coming in, just needs to get in about 6 inches to hit the beam. The gate is set to stay open for 15 seconds once the code is entered and that's plenty of time to get from the keypad to the gate... 99.99% of the time,...
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  • DairyGirl
    replied to People are strange
    Every time you think you've heard it all, there's still one you haven't. Haha
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  • DairyGirl
    started a topic Don't Touch the Gate

    Don't Touch the Gate

    Ugh, another tenant vs entrance gate. And, again, I wasn't home when it happened. I only knew something had happened because when I came home, my remote didn't open the gate. One of my tenants has a new motorhome, much larger than their first one so the husband is still "learning". The incident...
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