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Two general points of advice: Do not make it about what you want. The landlord kicked you out, you already established as a fact that they don't care what you want. Make it about what they want. Do not tell someone flat out "No". Always sell them a better alternative. For practical reasons everywhere, and in some cultures for them to save face ...


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Having had several landlords in my life, and you already saying yours is pretty "reasonable" aside from the issue at hand, it is definitely ok to say: Landlord, I am going to be moving out on Wednesday. I appreciate you giving me notice that you'll be showing the place, I just want you to be aware it may not be show-ready those days since my move ...


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I've never had to kick out a tenant, but I have had to end relationships, both personal and professional. I feel the situation calls for a similar approach. Assuming you have the right to terminate the lease with notice, I would just do that. If he's avoiding going into his room when you're around, then he already knows the state of his room is a problem, so ...


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I'm sorry, but I do not agree with these other comments. Based on your story, I would get out of there, and you are 100% in the right with this one. You shouldn't have to try super hard with a roommate, and her behavior was totally ridiculous. I've had roommates, and I know it would be stressful and unnecessary to have to deal with someone like that. Also, ...


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I've been on both sides of this, and in my experience, the person who wants things cleaner will need to do more cleaning or deal with things not being as clean as they'd like. This may not seem fair to have to clean other people's messes to meet your standards, but on the other hand, it's also not quite fair to force people to clean more than they would have ...


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