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Question: Can l be charge for a food dispouser that stop working? my landlord is charging me 650 for a food dispouser replacement. What can l do if wasn't my fault
The law specifically states:
•Your landlord must keep all appliances, which they supply, in working order.
•Your landlord must provide you with a way to dispose of garbage.
•Your landlord must make it possible for you to receive running water, including hot water.
•Your landlord must supply everything they promised in the lease. They can only shut off your utilities in a few very limited situations. If you rent a home, your landlord and yourself can agree that you will perform the maintenance on the property. You must, however, be given some consideration, such as being paid or having your rent reduced
Can l be charge for a food dispouser that stop working? my landlord is charging me 650 for a food dispouser replacement. What can l do if wasn't my fault
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