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Old 04-24-2020, 09:13 AM
 
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So, this is a long story that I will cut short. My daughter and I moved into a large complex in Palm Spnngs, CA. that was a sham from the start. The model apartment looked too good to be true. The excuse for a non working gate was a joke that I believed. The unit I was given was a disaster. Most of the electrical plugs had shorts, the shower doors fell off, the toilet didn't work, the dishwasher, garbage disposal, washer all had to be repaired. The owner, fyi, also owns 'projects' in LA and runs them in the same sloppy manner for her income, she is infamous.
When I moved in, from the first date, we were bombarded with knocking, banging, pounding on the common walls with a particular neighbor. The music thumped for hours at a time after we also were bombarded wih the marijuana smell into our vents. 'Smoke Free' is also on their webpage, as is security gate and 'fitness center'....I complained about music to both police and on site management..to no avail...instead this owner in LA wrote me and said I was harassing the neighbors with the 'unsubstantiated' reports. The owner then gave me permission to move out at no penalty, break the lease within 3 weeks of us moving in. I finally found a new place 4/2 and will be moving by 4/30/20. I advised owner of same in an email. She recieved it as she responded.
I have documented, recorded, photographed all things, damages, etc.
Now my question...I Do I still have to do a 30 day notice? Seems stupid when owner and on site management know or are they just on a plan to get more rent by making me fill out their form?
They are also saying that my deposit may be used for rent owed...is that possible or legal? If I don't give them this formal 30 day notice form which will clearly be late, then she will probably keep it for rent.
I hate this place with a passion and will report neighbors and owner and pursue any legal avenues I can. The lease is full of lies, it's a sham..they do nothing about people who clearly violate it, but threaten me if I do. I am so thrilled to be moving but..I intend to file reviews on all the apartment sites regarding this horrible commplex in Palm Springs, CA...thanks
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Old 04-24-2020, 02:16 PM
 
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first mistake was moving to Palm Springs...
I would stay west of Chino Hills. 99% of places east of there, no good.
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Old 04-24-2020, 04:55 PM
 
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You would follow the contract with the exception of what is agreed to in writing or email. In most cases a 30 day notice is needed if the email implies that it is not needed anymore you might be okay. I would check with the housing authority or an attorney to make sure.

https://www.harivco.org/
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Old 04-29-2020, 11:32 AM
 
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first mistake was moving to Palm Springs...
I would stay west of Chino Hills. 99% of places east of there, no good.
lol, thanks for the laugh.
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