Naramata family being evicted

Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby seewood » Mar 6th, 2018, 11:05 am

Person involved ( not me) might have access to another property in Naramata. Current owners are wondering what to do though as the house was trashed by previous tenants. Repair or tear down....
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Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby abraham » Mar 6th, 2018, 12:08 pm

This entire story is absolutely ridiculous and far from being newsworthy! I could only imagine how many families that are renting
are dealing or have dealt with the same issue at one point! People feel sorry for this family for what reason? Because he needs a rental that accommodates his needs for a place with a shop(for his home based business) and a big yard or acreage for his machinery instead of renting a apartment for the time being!Give me a break, I rent a house and have to store all my business stuff(tools,inventory etc) in a shipping container I rent for $100 a month and the rest is stored in my laundry room which my wife doesn’t care for too much but understands it has to be done until a more adaquet rental with the space I need becomes available! Bottom line is he rents and doesn’t own, the landlord isn’t at fault at all and shouldn’t have to explain to anyone what he does with his own property!

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Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby LTD » Mar 6th, 2018, 12:48 pm

abraham wrote:This entire story is absolutely ridiculous and far from being newsworthy! I could only imagine how many families that are renting
are dealing or have dealt with the same issue at one point! People feel sorry for this family for what reason? Because he needs a rental that accommodates his needs for a place with a shop(for his home based business) and a big yard or acreage for his machinery instead of renting a apartment for the time being!Give me a break, I rent a house and have to store all my business stuff(tools,inventory etc) in a shipping container I rent for $100 a month and the rest is stored in my laundry room which my wife doesn’t care for too much but understands it has to be done until a more adaquet rental with the space I need becomes available! Bottom line is he rents and doesn’t own, the landlord isn’t at fault at all and shouldn’t have to explain to anyone what he does with his own property!

how dare you come on here and post something that make sense [icon_lol2.gif]

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Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby SPOCK » Mar 6th, 2018, 3:48 pm

It is interesting to see all the different opinions on this including a lot of really negative stuff. I never said the landlord was breaking the rules, just that using an ALC ruling that did not apply was not fair. Evicting a family to leave the house empty is not logical even if it is legal.
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Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby fluffy » Mar 6th, 2018, 4:56 pm

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Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby LANDM » Mar 6th, 2018, 5:16 pm

SPOCK wrote:It is interesting to see all the different opinions on this including a lot of really negative stuff. I never said the landlord was breaking the rules, just that using an ALC ruling that did not apply was not fair. Evicting a family to leave the house empty is not logical even if it is legal.
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Considering you started the thread with ".....If anyone has more insight as to what ALR rules say about this....."
It is odd that number of posts gives validity or non-validity to comments. Perhaps high post folks have extremely good time management and actually *do* have others things that they actually can, and choose to, do.

I’m not sure what you mean by "this item is closed"? Did you grant yourself moderator powers to close a thread and limit discussion? But, back on topic, evicting the family may not be logical to you but, it obviously is logical to the owner of the property.
Sorry that the reality of a discussion forum got in the way of the fantasy of how you dreamt it would be. Many people have had dates like that.
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Re: Naramata family being evicted

Postby southy » Mar 6th, 2018, 7:23 pm

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