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Gun Owner Sean Blakley Says Landlord Is Evicting Him Over Firearms {AOL Real Estate}

Mar 17th 2013 11:07AM

From the article: "In order to enforce that ban, the owner of the premises has to post on the premises," said real estate attorney Mike Kallas. "We've all seen the signs that say, 'So-and-so bans guns on these premises.'" Minnesota has a law on the books limiting guns on some private property, but it states: "Landlords may not restrict the lawful carry of firearms by tenants or their guests."

Me: The wishes of a landlord do not trump the laws of the state. I don't think it's fair if someone leases a property under one set of rules, then the landlord changes the rules during the lease period. However, Blakely will have trouble if he doesn't pay his rent on time!

Escapee Adam Justin Lysiak Arrested for Hoarding 1,000 Pounds of Stolen Mail in Home {AOL Real Estate}

Feb 15th 2013 10:22PM

OMG, this is more than a little bit scary.

After Backlash, Man Evicting 98-Year-Old Mother Relents {AOL Real Estate}

Mar 3rd 2012 5:35AM

My father had to put my stepmother in a nursing home; they are both in their late 70's. My stepmother developed a type of dementia, and my father could not care for her 24/7. She would get up in the middle of the night and start cooking stuff; my dad was afraid that she might burn the house down. He even had trouble going to the store to get food; she couldn't walk well, could not manage a walker nor one of those electric carts, and she wouldn't stay in the car while he went shopping. Unfortunately, all the rest of us live hundreds to several thousands of miles away, and could not help out. Her kids haven't offered any help, so my father did what he had to do. He put my stepmother in a nursing home, where she is nearby and cared for 24/7. He visits her every day.

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