Repairs, Maintenance Broken glasses

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  1. leungsonia

    leungsonia New Member

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    i find the patio glasses is broken one day, should landlord need to fix it?? I call my landlord, she say is not responsiblity to fix it because the glasses is in good condition when i move in. So she need me to fix it up.
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    If you broke it, or it was broken while you were a tenant, you are responsible for repairing it.

    Think about a rental car.

    If the windshield gets broken while you're renting the car, you're responsible for repairing it.

    Doesn't matter how it was broken, or who did it, you're on the hook.

    Same situation in your apartment.

    That's why it is recommended to carry renter's insurance.
     
  3. shrinkmaster

    shrinkmaster Moderator

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    The terms of your lease or rental agreement should have clues as to who should fix it
     
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