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Quality of Life in 94518 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 26, 2012
Don Tepper answered:
Maybe yes. Maybe no.

I expect your local laws require that landlords maintain a habitable property. And so, for instance, an interior temperature of 40 degrees in the winter probably wouldn't meet the definition of habitable. But 68 degrees? That's probably OK.

So the answer (the legality) depends on your local laws.

Also, your mother should check her lease to see what it says about provision of heat and airconditioning.

Hope that helps.
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