Do Apartments Share Water Heaters
Sharing water heaters with neighbors?
You pay for Gas II, another gas you use. This agreement is not mentioned in the rental agreement. I would say you have the best record in the civil courts.
If shared services such as gas, water, electricity, etc. This must be disclosed in the tenancy agreement and the tenant must be notified that they are paying for the services of another apartment. Most tenants resign to sign a lease, giving homeowners an excuse to hide this embarrassing fact.
This is a common condition because the phone room does not have a separate water heater. I got caught! You do not. Now tell me where you are charged for water or gas on a separate line! You can not do that? Probably because the phone takes into account the cost of water, heating, water temperature, etc. Because overheads and fees are included in the room price. If you do not use water or do not use 50 gallons of water, pay the same price. In this case, the tenant pays for heating water on another property, which I cannot accept.
Indeed. The landlord can do the same by putting all the facilities in the name of the building and increasing the rent to cover the expenses.
If you buy a nice, comfortable water heater, you're going to jail and your neighbors will be very careful with you, so I'm glad you didn't try. It would be wise to install some kind of hidden camera and capture it on the spot. You can then file a lawsuit in a civil court to reduce the number of deaths at your residence. If this is no longer possible, you can send a polite and professional letter to your landlord stating what (actually) happened to your neighbor and what happened to your peace of mind The effect is to relax your e and not dehydrate, leaving a bad effect on air quality forever. Or he can take care of it. It is not your responsibility to manage other tenants. This is an offer. And by writing a letter based on polite facts, it will become a paper trail that can provide useful evidence of goals.