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Re: heat: read your lease

Posted by JJ on February 09, 2000 at 23:54:42:

In Reply to: heat posted by lauren on February 09, 2000 at 21:29:16:

then read the heat law on the first page of http://tenant.net

and read this : he could not actually give you the past two years, but he is required to tell you who pays the heat before you sign the lease.

from the Attorney General's Handbook: http://tenant.net/Rights/tenguide.html

Truth in Heating

Before signing a lease requiring payment of individual heating and cooling bills
prospective tenants are entitled to receive from the landlord, a complete set or
summary of the past two years' bills. These copies must be provided free upon written
request. (Energy Law 17-103)

in fact, read that whole booklet.

if you want to know what happens when a landlord sells a buillding, learn how to use SEARCH. if I can find this stuff for you, you can find it yourself.

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