Did I mention that the whole water damage thing in my bathroom still isn't fixed? After six weeks. Thanks to my utterly incompetent rental management company only TODAY two handymen came by - to assess only, mind you. Let's see how long it'll take until it actually gets fixed.
I need an completely new ceiling and part of a wall, because of fungus. Fun... and what do you bet I won't even get a rent reduction for these two months?
@shirasade Ugh, I'm sorry. >:p
Are there any local legal resources for renters? I obviously don't know what your local law is, but it's possible you might be entitled to a legal remedy of rent reduction if the place doesn't meet the local standards for being fit for habitation.
@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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