Several months ago I rented an apartment from a local management company. As a move-in incentive I was told I would receive a $1,000 gift card. After a few weeks I inquired about the missing card and was told it is "in the works." Shortly thereafter, the apartment complex was sold to a different company and a new management company was brought in. I never received the gift card. The current management company claims no responsibility. The old management company (that promised me the card) claims the previous owner was responsible. The previous owner told me the old management company is responsible and that they owe me nothing. The previous owner did pay some residents that knew who to ask after the property sale. They claim I am too late now. What are my options?
Yes, you have standing. Sue the former owners of the complex, the new owners of the complex and the former management company. Let the new management company know that you plan to sue the new owners. This is a small claims action.
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