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Answer by Dyndudes at 9:02 AM on Nov. 25, 2010
Report her to the better business bureau!
Answer by older at 9:10 AM on Nov. 25, 2010
Answer by tootoobusy at 9:15 AM on Nov. 25, 2010
Send your landlord a written, return receipt requested letter explaining that the water heater is not working and that if it isn't fixed within two weeks (check your state laws if you have children it may need to be done sooner) you will replace it yourself and withhold it from the rent along with any labor/installation costs. When a landlord accepts a sec. dep. (all 50 states) it has to be deposited in an account until the tenant moves out and can only be used for damages that you caused. It has nothing to do with repairs that the landlord is responsible for. A landlord is responsible for plumbing and heating equipment since both are necessary to make the dwelling habitable. Check out http://www.rentlaw.com/statelist.htm and good luck!
Answer by Farmlady09 at 7:39 PM on Nov. 25, 2010
Answer by itsallabtthem84 at 9:48 PM on Nov. 25, 2010
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