@lindentreeisle Well, they'll pay for my electricity (because of the dehumidifier), but apparently because it's the bathroom and I was able to continue using it (albeit with the stupid machine in it and half of my stuff outside), any reduction is completely in their hand. At least that's what the very friendly handyman (who used to work as an appraiser for a building insurance company) told me. He said I shouldn't expect more (but also not accept less) than the price of a meal at a restaurant.
@shirasade Ah. 😑 Yeah, some places it's considered fit and habitable (and worth your full rent) as long as services like heat and sewage and such aren't interrupted, and you have like, a roof and floor and such. Other places take a broader view of what it means for a place to be "habitable." It all depends.
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