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    I think he was looking for sympathy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sage:
    Consult a legal rep? You mean a lawyer? That would be a waste of cash.
    Henry wanted to know if he was fine with breaching the fire regulation part with his table. I wasn’t sure about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinosaurs88:
    I think he was looking for sympathy....
    The OP provided some diversified and highly contentious content. I’m grateful for a break away from all things glowing about Korea, which has been spamming the entire internet

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    After apologizing to my agent, she gave me a list of what I should do so the landlord would reconsider:

    "You may prepare the following and let the landlord reconsider:

    1. Write a letter to landlord what has happened and what you propose and signed by you

    2. One more back up phone number in case of emergency.

    3. An apology letter to the building management.

    4. A set of hard copy of all Whatsapp communication and signed by you.

    5. An apology letter to the Property Management Office."

    When I asked her what she means with propose in point 1 she just said that she isn't my teacher. Does she mean I should buy the landlord something or pay some sort of fine?

    Point 4 is hilarious.


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    Just find something new and leave. Buy time to do so, or request for a meeting with LL if you can’t track LL.

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    I actually think their request is reasonable.. they are trying to establish that you have breach the law.. and in case the fire department come to them later on fines for blocking of fire exit, they can prove to the fire department that it is your fault and they have repeatedly warn and asked you to remove the blockage, and they finally did it .. they just want a record that everything they have done is within their legal rights..

    Is that something if i am a tenant that i will sign and send out ? I don't know.. but again I am not the person that has breached all the fire ordinance terms by my selfishness.. Probably you can just negotiate for a quick exit and try to find another place to live in..


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    Piling your personal effects, especially bulky and heavy items like furniture is a massive fire hazard since you're blocking fire escape routes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrykk:
    After apologizing to my agent, she gave me a list of what I should do so the landlord would reconsider:

    "You may prepare the following and let the landlord reconsider:

    1. Write a letter to landlord what has happened and what you propose and signed by you

    2. One more back up phone number in case of emergency.

    3. An apology letter to the building management.

    4. A set of hard copy of all Whatsapp communication and signed by you.

    5. An apology letter to the Property Management Office."

    When I asked her what she means with propose in point 1 she just said that she isn't my teacher. Does she mean I should buy the landlord something or pay some sort of fine?

    Point 4 is hilarious.
    Point 4 is an attempt to get you to verify after the fact that the WhatsApp chat log is an agreed version of events. Why would they ever want this if not for a court case?

    WhatsApp is powerful evidence in court as it paints a very clear picture of the whole debacle.

    Don't send her anything, sounds likes she'll just use it against you later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sage:
    Point 4 is an attempt to get you to verify after the fact that the WhatsApp chat log is an agreed version of events. Why would they ever want this if not for a court case?

    WhatsApp is powerful evidence in court as it paints a very clear picture of the whole debacle.

    Don't send her anything, sounds likes she'll just use it against you later.
    Yes I think so too. I will just write an apology letter. Thank you for sharing your opinion.

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