posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 12:14 AM
reply to post by Bootyac
If you don't own the property, and you've already taken the flag down, don't go out of your way to be a trouble maker.
If you want to be a trouble maker, I'm sure your apartment manager can find all sorts of other reasons, even non-existent reasons to cause trouble
If it's an issue for you and you want to hang the flag, just wait for the next plausible USA oriented holiday to fly it again. In the mean time,
review your agreement and see what's legal.
Keep in mind; it's not your property. You own nothing. You've certain renters rights, sure, but, if it isn't in the renter's agreement, and the
owners or managers want to make an issue of it, it could cost you court fees on top of other inconveniences.
It's easy enough for apartment complexes to arrange oopsie power outages, loss of hot water, and other things that they're "looking into" that will
cause inconveniences, and make your life a hassle if, for instance, your alarm never goes off in the morning because for some oopsie reason there was
a power outage (only in your apartment) at 4:30am or other such things like a power outage early in the day the entire time you're at work, only to
come back on a little before you get home so all your food in the refrigerator is spoiled except, you won't know until you go to eat rotten food.
It's up to you to decide how much trouble it's worth to you.
edit on 25-7-2013 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)