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Residential Tenancies Act Cases,
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16 reviewed a random sampling of landlord tenant disputes from the past three years,
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Read more: One Man Treasure Admitted hoarder. Trying to get into program with St. Joseph Mental Health hospital. Clothes, food, electronics, toys, trash and dirt. Health and fire hazard.

“Grossly unsanitary.” Complaints, no change in condition of unit. “Diogenes syndrome” aka senile squalor syndrome. Brings food and garbage from outside and hoards it in apartment.

Argument: seriously impaired the safety of any person in the residential complex

“the risks posed by the amount of excessive combustible possessions.” Multiple warnings,
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