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Re: Reply One

Posted by wane on October 13, 2001 at 02:50:52:

In Reply to: Solution 1: Get a Life posted by Provost on October 13, 2001 at 00:21:56:

There's no statute of limitations when it comes to recovering rent overcharge, which is what this amounts to. The DHCR says the fees are invalid, therefore I am entitled to refund. It wouldn't matter if it were $125 or $1.25. Did I get to deduct from the rent for every morning there wasn't hot water for a shower? Ditto the deposit, as regards the law and amount of money. I wouldn't bother with either issue though, if not for the repeated failure of hot water and rodent problem. And yes, the rent was late, but always paid inside the month. I'm missing where the sarcasm comes from: adjusting to the end of a longtime relationship in which expenses were shared was difficult, but I was in contact with Management, and got a raise to fix the situation. Don't care whether the LL found it "charming" - or you for that matter - but the bottom line is, his "inconvenience" didn't merit a $25 fee.

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