OLA in the News: Do Renters Need Insurance?

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Re: OLA in the News: Do Renters Need Insurance?

#41 Unread post by Skitter » August 19th, 2011, 6:07 pm

There are very few cases where the landlord isn't responsible.

20 years of attending fires tells me that is NOT true.

My personal experience has shown that most fires in the GTA occur in residential rental properties and it is almost always the fault of the tenant.

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Re: OLA in the News: Do Renters Need Insurance?

#42 Unread post by BigFoot » August 20th, 2011, 12:38 am

Skitter, it's nice to hear from the voice of experience, rather than from those that are hearing voices.

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Re: OLA in the News: Do Renters Need Insurance?

#43 Unread post by Openborders » September 21st, 2011, 1:37 pm

Skitter wrote:There are very few cases where the landlord isn't responsible.

20 years of attending fires tells me that is NOT true.

My personal experience has shown that most fires in the GTA occur in residential rental properties and it is almost always the fault of the tenant.
You only say that because you are a landlord and you look down on tenants. Pure elitism and nose in the air nonsense.

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Re: OLA in the News: Do Renters Need Insurance?

#44 Unread post by BigFoot » September 21st, 2011, 6:07 pm

Openborders wrote:
Skitter wrote:There are very few cases where the landlord isn't responsible.
20 years of attending fires tells me that is NOT true.
My personal experience has shown that most fires in the GTA occur in residential rental properties and it is almost always the fault of the tenant.
You only say that because you are a landlord and you look down on tenants. Pure elitism and nose in the air nonsense.
No, he only says that because -- get this -- he's a FIREFIGHTER. You know, he runs into burning buildings and saves people. And learns what causes the fires. Skitter is the voice not only of reason and compassion, but of experience. And his experience is that residential fires are almost always the fault of the tenant.
Experience talks, BS walks.

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Re: OLA in the News: Do Renters Need Insurance?

#45 Unread post by Openborders » October 15th, 2011, 9:38 pm

BigFoot wrote:
Openborders wrote:
Skitter wrote:There are very few cases where the landlord isn't responsible.
20 years of attending fires tells me that is NOT true.
My personal experience has shown that most fires in the GTA occur in residential rental properties and it is almost always the fault of the tenant.
You only say that because you are a landlord and you look down on tenants. Pure elitism and nose in the air nonsense.
No, he only says that because -- get this -- he's a FIREFIGHTER. You know, he runs into burning buildings and saves people. And learns what causes the fires. Skitter is the voice not only of reason and compassion, but of experience. And his experience is that residential fires are almost always the fault of the tenant.
Experience talks, BS walks.
No. Firefighters are not honest and non-biased. The are unionists who are biased and cannot be trusted. Of course they want to make tenants look bad.

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