Almost everything is done

@dfollin (14669)
United States
October 8, 2019 9:53pm CST
My daughter finally got around to signing the lease! So I don't have to move! But there is still one more hoop I need to jump thru. She wants me to sign a notarized letter this weekend saying that she is not respondsable for the apartment other than paying the renters insurance. Also that day they will be moving the rest of their stuff out and I can get started rearranging stuff!
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@LadyDuck (245597)
• Switzerland
9 Oct
Why does she want that you sign this document? Does she believe you could cause damages at the apartment?
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@dfollin (14669)
• United States
9 Oct
Because she is her! No actually what damages here are dirty handprints way high up where her fiance that is tall did. Besides I am the one that put the deposit on and all the move in cost in the first place.
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@LadyDuck (245597)
• Switzerland
9 Oct
@dfollin She is annoying, but at least you do not need to move.
@RasmaSandra (31305)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
9 Oct
The very best of luck to you
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@dfollin (14669)
• United States
9 Oct
Thanks!
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• China
9 Oct
It saves you the trouble finding dwelling place.Sounds like your daughter will move out the apartment.
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@LindaOHio (12875)
• United States
9 Oct
That would mean that you would be responsible for any damage. I would not want to sign that; but I'm glad you don't have to move.
@shaggin (47578)
• United States
9 Oct
Sounds good to me. That way if you mess anything up she isn't responsible for the costs to fix it. I don't think I'd be willing to sign a lease for anyone other then maybe my kids so that is awesome she is helping you out.
@Starkinds (17471)
• India
9 Oct
Well done my dear friend
@Alexandoy (3641)
• Quezon City, Philippines
9 Oct
Does that mean money is coming in?
• United States
9 Oct
What part of the states are you living? I thought the landlord were responsable for things if they tear up or need repairs. I think I would check that out first and see what your rights are as a renter, you don't want to be stuck with a huge repair bill if something brakes down, like the water heater or something. Unless this is something you both agree with.
@Janet357 (30581)
9 Oct
best wishes for both of you!