After 2 yrs. the landlord says we have to move a horizontal bar because there are sliding glass doors on both ends of the room. Legal?
- Common SenseLv 71 year ago
Oh, after reading your comments, it is a gymnast's horizontal bar.
For absolute certainty, yes, that is a safety hazard that could very well send someone flying into one of the glass sliding doors. It is a good idea to follow your landlord's request and remove the gymnastic equipment out of the room that is flanked by two sliding glass doors. It is a hazard, not matter how good the gymnast using it...accidents do happen.
- Lib.rare.ianLv 71 year ago
Yes, it's legal for a landlord to object to sports equipment placed in a way that endangers the safety of the occupants. The glass doors represent such a hazard, as does the sports equipment itself.
- dripLv 71 year ago
Are you talking about a bar across the sliding glass doors to prevent anyone outside from coming in?
Read your contract. Check local zoning laws.
- John AldenLv 71 year ago
If his insurance company said to, yes it is legal.
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- Trivial OneLv 71 year ago
I don't really understand your question (what kind of horizontal bar?, serving what purpose?, how does that relate to the presence of two sets of sliding doors?, what is the landlord concerned about?). However, it is the landlord's property, so he has considerable say about fixtures.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Ask your local building and zoning board.