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chinese58
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
In Texas, it was legal for a family of four to live in a one bedroom apartment. You can only imagine how many people were actually living in some of them.

OP,
Has there been any breeding of Pit Bulls, while a crowd of adults , and children, watch?


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ScaryClown
Member since Nov 2016
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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Maybe put up a chain link fence. Do you have enough chain links to do that?


This is hilarious


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SlickRickerz
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Member since Oct 2018
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
In the state of Louisiana, you are not required to file permits if a project is under $7,500, so the inspector won’t be much of help busting their balls


ScaryClown
Member since Nov 2016
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
That’s incredibly false. It’s the type of work you do not the cost.


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bee Rye
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Member since Jan 2006
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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In the state of Louisiana, you are not required to file permits if a project is under $7,500, so the inspector won’t be much of help busting their balls
in the state of Louisiana, each jurisdiction is allowed to have and enforce their own rules. There are absolutely many renovations that will require permits regardless of cost. Change an electrical panel in Jefferson parish, you need a permit. To build a fence in Jefferson parish, you need a permit. And so on.

You are out of your element


ScaryClown
Member since Nov 2016
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
Ya exactly, you can basically build a non load bearing wall without a permit but the second it needs electrical it requires a permit.
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Red Stick Tigress
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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In the state of Louisiana, you are not required to file permits if a project is under $7,500, so the inspector won’t be much of help busting their balls


BS.

We had to file for permission to redo the sidewalk and walkway to the house. Jeff Parish had to approve, measure, make sure that the specs were right, etc.

Job cost was 3,000.00


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tigersownall
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Member since Sep 2011
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
This is how Kenner went down brah. Call whoever you can NOW

ETA: id start with code enforcement.
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BuckyCheese
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
This is how Detroit went down brah.


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SeeeeK
Missouri Fan
St.Louis
Member since Sep 2012
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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Sell and move now.


Sadly, unless you really like where you live, better to get out before these shite heads bring down your property values and bring in more of their own.

I've seen Hoosiers come into a subdivision, get their friends in there and a nice place goes to hell.


bee Rye
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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: id start with code enforcement.
id start with reading up on the codes, and then I would report a different code violation every week. Make it to the point where it is no longer worth it for the landlord to have them living there while fixing it up. There are a myriad of code violations you can find on almost any house.

Fence taller than 6 ft? Report it
Grass not cut? Report it
More than 2 work vans parked at a residence? Report it
Cars on lawn? Report it

Don’t do it all at once. Make code enforcement know it’s a problem house. once it’s on their radar, they won’t leave it alone
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DeathValley85
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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Maybe put up a chain link fence. Do you have enough chain links to do that?




Shhhhh


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bee Rye
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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Sadly, unless you really like where you live, better to get out before these shite heads bring down your property values and bring in more of their own.
i don’t think this neighborhood is at risk. This sounds like an isolated situation if they are exchanging labor for rent.


SeeeeK
Missouri Fan
St.Louis
Member since Sep 2012
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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i don’t think this neighborhood is at risk. This sounds like an isolated situation if they are exchanging labor for rent.


good, would be a shame to have to move because of an infestation of Hoosiers.


jrowla2
LSU Fan
Colorado
Member since Jan 2007
3937 posts

re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
If it’s a rental then maybe talk to the owner/prop mgr to make sure they know the situation.

I don’t think safety is your problem, it’s just trashy as hell.


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SlickRickerz
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
I mean I know that and fully understand that. It’s just y’all are trying to pretend the inspectors have authorities like a cop with a search warrant. Say they are doing construction, and you file a complaint, and then the inspector shows up and they quote that they aren’t doing work out of permit, say no plumbing and electrical, it’s not not like he can just barge in and start ripping down walls. I understand exactly for picky things like a fence and shit, but for the most part home remodeling can be down without permits especially anything like Sheetrock, stuff that a normal renter might update.


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QJenk
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Atl, Ga
Member since Jan 2013
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
You know you could just mind your business and let them mind theirs. If they are doing illegal activity in and around the house, then sure, contact authorities with the quickness. But other than that, just let then live.
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sumbodyorsum1
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lsuoilengr
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
SWAT them


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bbrownso
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Member since Mar 2008
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re: Anything legal you can do when multiple families move into single family residence...
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In the state of Louisiana, you are not required to file permits if a project is under $7,500, so the inspector won’t be much of help busting their balls


Incredibly wrong.

Jeffparish.net - When Do I Need Or Not Need A Permit?
For example:
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Replacement or installation of water heaters, toilets, faucets, etc. require filing by JP licensed plumber, gas fitter, etc. Replacement or installation of air conditioning, heating equipment requires filing by JP licensed mechanical contractor. Replacement or installation of electrical service panels, light fixtures, ceiling fans, switches, outlets, etc. requires filing by a JP licensed electrician.


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