- Report: #1486
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Complaint Review: David Allen, Attorney at Law
David Allen, Attorney at Law519 Magnolia Place Ringgold, Georgia U.S.A.
David Allen Attorney ..Landlord Scum Ringgold Georgia
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He has no document or signed lease stating this as so. We also left his rental property in better condition than it was when we moved in; i.e, tearing down rotting wood on the porch, building it back better, paint, polishing of hardwood floors, extensive yardwork, etc.
Also an integrity issue but a legal one as well because, like I said, we NEVER agreed to pay such a deposit and it was not stated in the lease. He also neglected to give us a signed copy of the lease, so there is, in fact, NO signed lease at all. In other words, we never signed one. I really don't see how he can hold us to keeping our deposit, when he doesn't even have a signed document stating as such.
P.S. My pet did NO DAMAGE whatsoever. The tenants he had before us tore the place up bad. We also moved in on a family of rats, over a dozen that WE had to exterminate because Mr. Allen refused to do so. We also had a roof that leaked that Mr. Allen never fixed until we moved out; because, then, he was going to SELL the house.
So, in all actuality, we were supposed to hold possession of the rental property for a year, but after only 8 months, he announced he was selling the place and asked us to please move out.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/05/2000 12:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/David-Allen-Attorney-at-Law/Ringgold-Georgia-30736/David-Allen-Attorney-Landlord-Scum-Ringgold-Georgia-1486. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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