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INTOWN SUITES IS A CHAIN OF HOTELS I AM SPEAKING PARTICULARLY OF THE ONE IN ARLINGTON TEXAS

WHO VIOLATED AGAINST ME A DISABLED PERSON WITH 3 CHILDREN FALSELY ACCUSING ME OF KNITPICKING AND REFUSED TO RENEW MY WEEKLY RENTAL /DID NOT RETURN DEPOSIT SAID I WAS NOT OUT OF ROOM BY 12 OO NOON . IN ADDITION AFTER REQUESTING A WRITTEN REASON FOR TERMINATION WAS TOLD THAT DONT HAVE TO GIVE ONE WAS THERE FOR 37 DAYS WHICH REQUIRES HOTELS TO COMPLY WITH TEXAS PROPERTY CODE AND DISCRIMINATION LAWS, THIS WAS OUR RESIDENCE AND WE HAD TO MOVE AND INCUR ADDITIONAL CHARGES LAWSUITS FORTH COMING

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Anonymous
Weston, Florida, United States #639854

Read your rental agreement with the hotel again, and then go learn some law.A hotel-guest relationship is VERY different from a landlord-tenant relationship.

A hotel does not have to follow eviction procedures, and it explicitly states in your agreement that you are agreeing to move out at the end of each week/payment period, and that renewing your agreement is purely optional.I can quote the agreement if you like.

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to Mojo Bethesda, Maryland, United States #926652

Technically he is correct. At several of our locations managers are encouraged to move tenants around or boot them before they hit 30, or 90 days depending on the state because after that amount of time they attain residency and must be legally evicted.

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