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Posted over 1 year ago.

I understand the cleanest guy today may not the cleanest Tomorrow. In that.i agree with you. However, if that rule were to apply to every one, owner may get forced to sell his unit . Once a Tenant is screened , he should never be asked to be re screened unleas there is probable cause? What do u thunk?

Barbara Billiot Stage
Barbara Billiot Stage, Residential Real Estate Lawyer - Orlando, FL
Posted over 1 year ago.

When the status of an owner doesn't change, so there is no basis for a background check, but in this instance the status of the owner changed from owner to tenant and that may indicate something is different.

I have to agree with the association on this one and trust me -- I don't do that too often.