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Re: Unfit temperature (TOO HOT)

Posted by Anna on May 05, 1999 at 12:50:14:

In Reply to: Unfit temperature (TOO HOT) posted by Mike Wood on May 05, 1999 at 03:39:19:

: I live in a luxury apt. where a/c and heat is included in my rent. Unfortunately this spring has been hot and they refuse to convert the heat to a/c until the middle of may. I live on the third floor with a complete wall of glass facing west. This means my apt reaches over 90 every afternoon and doesen't cool off till after midnight. They refuse to convert to a/c even under this uncomfortable (and especially unsleepable) condition. The lease agreement does not specify leasor's right to control my heat/ac usage only that it is provided by them in my rent. What can I do to make them convert earlier? I rented this expensive place to have a quiet, comfortable place to live and study during medical school years. PLEASE HELP!

Sounds like you don't live in NYC!
Laws vary from state to state and within states.
If you provide your apt's general location, someone might be able to help.

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