Although a landlord will always set certain requirements for his tenants, a home owner has outraged the internet with a list of very bizarre requirements for tenants of their property.
The list of & # 39; terms and conditions & # 39; was shared on the Facebook group & # 39; terrible roomates: roomates from hell & # 39 ;, by Jessica Marteny from North Carolina, and has drawn more than 450 responses from indignant users.
It started with reasonable requirements, such as limiting noise levels, keeping the place clean and not using drugs on the property.
However, the landlord also prohibited drinking alcohol in the house – not that tenants would like it, because guests were also forbidden.
& # 39; No one is allowed on the property, but those who live in the property & # 39 ;, was the third line.
Tenants were also excluded from cooking after 9.30 pm in the house, which was also under & # 39; 24-hour video surveillance & # 39 ;, and adjusting the thermostat when they were cold.
Pictured: the list of conditions found and shared by Jessica Marteny who made Facebook users furious
Jessica Marteny (photo), from North Carolina, found and shared the list of crazy demands of the landlord
Facebook users who saw the list said the requirements were too extreme and some compared the house to a prison cell
Expanding over the rules, the landlord wrote: & Rides should stop at the end of the driveway and turn you off accordingly. If your ride gets stuck or enters the driveway, it will be considered as a forbidden area and will be treated as a result of signs posted on the site. & # 39;
Another freak rule stated that tenants were not allowed to cook after 9.30 pm until 6.00 am on weekdays and until 9.30 am on the weekend. The list offered no explanation for the very limited cooking times.
Worryingly enough, it was also mentioned that the building underwent constant video surveillance, which includes IR (infrared camera) at night.
If tenants were cold, they could not adjust the thermostat and they were advised to buy a blanket.
The message was shared in a roomates group on Facebook, where it attracted more than 450 responses from indignant users
Facebook users were shocked by the extreme and unreasonable demands, while some claimed that the landlord should have his reasons
Facebook users were shocked by the list, and many pointed out how unreasonable the demands really were.
& # 39; Is this guest renting a prison cell & # 39 ;, a Facebook user asked.
& # 39; What if you have a partner? They can't come ???? And don't cook before 9:30 am in a weekend? What if you work & # 39; in the morning during the weekend and want to cook breakfast, & # 39; another asked.
Some users pointed out that some elements of the list were reasonable, while others were strange at best
& # 39; Or what if you … you know … are hungry? If you want to pay rent to live like you're a teenager, you might as well stay with your parents, & she went on.
& # 39; This person should not be a landlord, & # 39; someone wrote.
& # 39; Do. Not. Life. There. Pretty sure this guy has at least one body in the basement. Sorry but if I want to crack a white claw and make a grilled cheese at 9:30 pm with the window open, then I will go. What the actual f **** this is is so creepy that something is wrong here. Like NO GUESTS? Sorry but no thank you.
& # 39; The no-guest rule really gets me. Imagine if your family visits you and wants to see your new place and you are immediately evicted, & someone else commented.
But some users pointed out that the landlord would protect himself after previous bad experiences.
& # 39; I don't know, after reading some of the things that are going on, you sometimes wonder what that guest went through with roommates, & # 39; noted a sympathetic user, & # 39; it seems that he is trying to cover things that were previously problems. & # 39;
& # 39; Some of these are reasonable or may have logical causes (for example, no drinking or drugs, maybe a person is recovering and cannot have them at home). & # 39;
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