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Rent re-imbursement question

Posted by John on January 03, 2001 at 17:20:49:

I live in Nassau county in a complex w/ 52 units.
On a saturday evening, I experienced plumbing problems. Toilet backed up.

I tried to call the super, who lives on site, and left him 3 messages. Due to the nature of the problem, 2 hours later I had to call a plumber and I paid for this out of my pocket.

When I spoke w/ building manager, she informed me that this was NOT re-imburseable.

Is there a piece of law that backs up my claim to get re-imbursed.

Thanks for any advice you can give

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