Head of Household vs The Children
Timeline of Events:
(All events took place on Wednesday, April 27, 2011)
In an effort to provide the children with clean clothes, the Head of Household (HOH) entered the property of midget #1, midget #2 and midget #3 (“the children” or “the tenants”). Upon surveying said property, the following infractions were discovered:
- school work in the closets
- spoons under the beds
- clothes hanging from the windows
- toys abandoned on the floor
- sheets rolled up on the bed
The tenants of said properties returned to find their rights to these living quarters revoked.
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Head of Household (HOH) issued a Notice of Non-Compliance. With a fear of eviction from said property, the children took immediate action to rectify the situation as set out in the Notice.
As outlined in the Notice, the CFO and HOH inspected each property.
"When the time expires, so does access to the room. A member of management will then investigate your performance.
Upon satisfactory performance, you will be given new documents to assist in your future tasks and granted full access to the room.
If it is determined that your performance is unsatisfactory, you have the following options:
1. An additional half hour to continue your work (help from management will be considered upon request).
2. Management to complete the job on your behalf.
3. Continued suspension from aforementioned property.
With each option, management will revoke an additional privilege (ie. TV, computer, phone).
Your full cooperation and effort is expected."
After a thorough investigation, it was determined that the children had made satisfactory progress. The suspension was lifted.