So fake. My landlord's name is definitely "Mr.Landlord", not to mention, it sounds like he is applying, so why would the contact be "Bruce Landlord"?
@bowlnmike, I do that all the time with acquaintances. I’ll use the last name slot to type in how I know them so I remember. Like Tom Bus Guy, Mark Mechanic, Jared Pyramid Scheme Guy
@bowlnmike, maybe they know more than one Bruce?
@RMB, yea i do it too. I lost my managers names by their first name and he last name is the place of business, I do the same with my insurance reps last name and people I barely know but needed to work with on some project I will list their first name and what class they are from so I can pretend to remember them instead of asking each time since I suck at names
@I Are Lebo, @bowlnmike, I do this with co-workers and other professional contacts all the time
@RMB, same. I still have Chris Kitchen, John Pool Guy, and Ashley Nude Volleyball in my phone from my last job
@RMB, why are so many Jareds evil now? It didn’t use to be this way.
@ TouchMyCatEars, what was that last one?
@The Freaking FBI, all joking aside, she really was the nude water volleyball instructor at a resort I worked at
@ TouchMyCatEars, noice
@The Freaking FBI, not gonna lie it was pretty great to watch her, she was top heavy which made for a great show and she didn't care if you stared. I miss that job sometimes.
Legally a landlord cannot forbid animals. They've been documented to aid in mental health in practically every demographic. They can put it in the lease, but its not enforceable unless they can prove extenuating circumstances like damage being done to the unit.
@ Tobias Widower, I looked it up out of curiosity and this is the first response I found from a realtors site “In some cases, your landlord may fine you if you sneak in a pet without approval. Fines are generally per pet. And while some landlords might charge a set amount, others can attempt to charge you for every day the pet lives in your rental.”
@George Feeny, it then goes on to say “If your landlord asks for an amount not detailed in the lease, you may be able to file a case in civil court to recoup your costs, but the court doesn't have the legal right to allow you to keep the pet.”
@ Tobias Widower, so it seems the landlord can take you to court and the court isn’t legally able to side with the pet owner who broke the lease.
@George Feeny, laws also vary from county to county on the issue of tenants and landlords, I'm quoting Ontario landlord and tenant act
@ Tobias Widower, ah got it I was using American laws my bad
If Jim was a cat
Avoided a catastrophe
Is it fate or coincidental that his last name is landlord?