Question: A bedbug infestation has taken place in one of our units. The unit is overcrowded with the tenant’s belongings, and we have been told by the exterminator that pest control treatment cannot be completed unless a significant amount is cleared out. The tenant will not cooperate in emptying their unit. As a landlord, do I have authority to remove contents from the unit?
Question: One of our tenants has recently acquired a scooter for mobility but we’re not sure how to accommodate it. What steps should we take?
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