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Old 21.12.2010, 16:18
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I get sooooooooooooo confused.
I think he ment something more in the line of this:

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Old 21.12.2010, 16:20
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I think he ment something more in the line of this:
I think you'll find that both of those are mains operated..

Actually, I was thinking more along the lines of

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Old 21.12.2010, 16:21
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It crossed my mind that the letter would need to be signed by both parties. It hasn't even been signed by the issuer.
so it is clear, she is just blowing smokes...

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It is more a case of someone not getting over the love she lost over 8 year ago...
Have mercy on her, don't you girls believe in sharing? I suppose this will solve all the problems
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Old 21.12.2010, 16:21
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Re: Can my housemate forbid a friend from visiting me?

The solution to this problem is in the problem itself...

Problem is: There are three old female lesbians!
Solution: Bring a straight male into the equation... and Tada!

The lesbians have something to bring them together... and the straight male will be pleased to be surrounded by some HOT lesbians!

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Old 21.12.2010, 16:23
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Re: Can my housemate forbid a friend from visiting me?

how about a little wind up?

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Old 21.12.2010, 16:25
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and the straight male will be pleased to be surrounded by some HOT lesbians!
It good to be optimistic
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Old 21.12.2010, 16:27
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It good to be optimistic
One can but live in hope....
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Old 21.12.2010, 16:30
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One can but live in hope....
Thank you for give colour to dreams
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Old 21.12.2010, 16:31
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One can but live in hope....
Paddy, if you bring your friends along you are definitely invited
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It good to be optimistic
I agree...

This thread is worthless without pictures...
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Old 21.12.2010, 16:33
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speaking of pictures...

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Old 21.12.2010, 16:42
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Re: Can my housemate forbid a friend from visiting me?

Hmm, I wouldn't want any of my exes in my home, ESPECIALLY if I wasn't at home. But I wouldn't quote the law, just common courtesy... and ask the Untermieter to look for somewhere else to live.
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Old 21.12.2010, 16:49
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Hmm, I wouldn't want any of my exes in my home, ESPECIALLY if I wasn't at home. But I wouldn't quote the law, just common courtesy... and ask the Untermieter to look for somewhere else to live.
I take your point. But her ex did introduce us, so it's a bit late for that.
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Re: Can my housemate forbid a friend from visiting me?

I think the OP really needs to invite Hellga for Christmas to settle the question once and for all...

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Old 21.12.2010, 16:51
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Hmm, I wouldn't want any of my exes in my home, ESPECIALLY if I wasn't at home. But I wouldn't quote the law, just common courtesy... and ask the Untermieter to look for somewhere else to live.
Yeah it feels flagrant on thinking what those 2 are doing behind your back in your own apartment ... damn
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Old 21.12.2010, 17:10
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Yeah it feels flagrant on thinking what those 2 are doing behind your back in your own apartment ... damn
It's very innocent and all a figment of her own imagination...
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Old 21.12.2010, 17:13
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Old 21.12.2010, 17:18
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To say the obvious: bars throw out people based on the same paragraph of the Hausrecht every night... they never need to sign anything for that.

a bar is a commercial establishment ... duh!
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Old 21.12.2010, 17:23
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a bar is a commercial establishment ... duh!
And that does not make any difference for "Hausrecht" at all: There is a Hausordnung and if you do anything against it, I can kick you out immediately. The difference in a bar is that the owner typically assigns his rights to bouncers, which makes thinks a bit more complex... but anyway: It neither takes a lawyer nor a written statement, let alone your signature to show that you received and accepted my decision. One cannot seriously expect some person who just received an order to stay away to sign it... who would be stupid enough to do so?

I just need to make sure that you received my order. E-mail is probably not legally binding ad the other party cannot prove that you actually received it. Unless you replied to it - but again, who would be stupid enough to do so...
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I just need to make sure that you received my order. E-mail is probably not legally binding ad the other party cannot prove that you actually received it. Unless you replied to it - but again, who would be stupid enough to do so...
Both the e-mail and the follow up SMS have been safely filed away for future reference should they be needed and they will most definitely not be replied to.
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