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There’s an interesting discussion on this sign as “Seen in Church Hill this morning“. Check out the Reddit post here.

We like this suggestion the best:

Alternative idea – in a lot of cases, landlords are just normal people who are also going through this. Contact them if you’re unable to pay the full amount or at all and work with them. It’s not like it’s going to be easy to fill a unit right now – it’s better to keep someone in that’s paying a little and taking care of the place than go through the cost of kicking someone out and finding a new tenant.

A lot of landlords are being proactive in this as well, asking residents what their situation is and figuring out a plan.

Fight the man by all means, but in this case you might be just fighting another person who is going through similar tough times.

What do you think folks?

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Debbie Kearns
Debbie Kearns
5 months ago

Re: #RichmondRentStrike Article “Fight the Man” what are we in 1967? HA! Ha! I think posting signs around Richmond advocating across the board that people occupying other person’s spaces not pay rent, is incredibly irresponsible. Not everyone is in dire straights yet and this call to arms identifies an enemy before they’re an enemy! Landlords didn’t crash the economy. A virus did. I agree with your approach. Contact your landlord immediately and speak to them like the human beings they are(at least most of them are anyway!). Speak to relatives about a loan if that’s an option. See if waiting… Read more »

Lee Thomas
Lee Thomas
5 months ago

I mean, I could be wrong, but the hold on eviction proceedings only runs until April 6th. So, like, good luck with that…

5 months ago

I see a pay or quit notice in your future. No rent payment = no place to live.

5 months ago

Supreme Court of Virginia IN RE: ORDER EXTENDING DECLARATION OF JUDICIAL EMERGENCY IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 EMERGENCY On March 16, 2020, the Chief Justice, having received a request from the Governor pursuant to Va. Code § 17.1-330, entered an Order declaring a judicial emergency, recognizing the need to protect the health and safety of court employees, litigants, attorneys, judges, and the general public. After careful consideration and review, the Justices of this Court hereby unanimously ORDER that the declaration of judicial emergency be in effect and continue beginning April 6 through April 26, 2020, for all district and circuit courts… Read more »

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