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Question: Can the hot water heater that is for my unit be in another unit inaccessible to To me unless the landlord opens the door to the other unit and does not live on premises
Answer: The landlord and tenants (renter) act may be helpful in coming to a conclusion the listed issue. Reviewing the least agreement may assist in understand whether the agreement specified that the rental unit would or would not be accessible. Review the renters' rights also about when a landlord can and cannot enter an occupied apartment. www.azag.gov/sites/default/files/sites/all/docs/civil-rights/fha/TenantRightsResponsibilities.pdf
Can the hot water heater that is for my unit be in another unit inaccessible to To me unless the landlord opens the door to the other unit and does not live on premises
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