We rent a house. Basically, whenever something gets broken, etc, they go with the cheapest thing they can.
Our microwave died. It's an over-the-stove type microwave with a specific spot above the stove for it. There is very minimal counter space as it is. They wrote us today to tell us they're replacing it with a countertop microwave.
Is this acceptable for a landlord to do? Do you think they'd be able to rent it out with a broken microwave? This really would be a huge inconvenience for us. Is there any wording you guys think would be "proper" regarding this situation, or since the situation is giving us some sort of "reasonable" option, we're out of luck?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:32 PM on Jan. 16, 2013 in Home & Garden
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