Yeah, with all what we have going on, the last thing we need is a clueless company firing a lawyer-bomb across our bow. Remember that life isn’t fair, no time is ever a good time, and sh!t happens.
It seems that the whole purpose of their … er … communication … was to try to get us to buy the property rather than taking us to court for rent that is not due them. That is, effectively compel us to buy property we don’t want. Their lawyer indicated to our lawyer that this has been successful with another tenant.
I will not put in writing what I think of this.
I think they thought I would simply cave in the face of an aggressive lawyer.
Hell fraking no. I don’t scare easily.
There’s little risk of downside to fighting them … facts, statute, and case law are apparently on our side. We’ve suggested several times that they reconsider their merit-less case before it ever sees the interior of a courtroom, as its only going to cost them money, bad press, etc.
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