The Resident Management Of My Apartment Complex Refuses To Provide Me With The Name And Address Of The Property Owner. How Can I Obtain This Information?

At the time you signed your lease you should have been given the name and address of the owner of the property or his authorized agent for purposes of receiving lawsuits and other legally required notices. The tenant should also be given the name and address of the person authorized to manage the property. After signing the lease, if there is a change in the designated individuals or their name or address the landlord should give notice to the tenant within thirty days of the change. Such notice may be sent to each individual tenant or posted in an obvious place such as the complex office or the community bulletin board.

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