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I am having old pipe replaced in my rental home. I am choosing not to temp relocate tenants. They are concerned they will be without hot water for 2 days. They will have running water in the bathroom sink and toilet. They are also complaining about the time of year.
I have kept the rent low. They are good tenants and have lived there 6 years.
There are no leaks to speak of, just want to prevent pipes bursting and need to have repairs done.
Do I have to give them some sort of rent break for the inconvenience? Do I need to temp relocate them during construction? If I raise rent now is it retaliation?
Tina B, CA on Wednesday, January 4, 2017
RE: California - Construction in Rental - Do I Temp Relocate>
I would either give them a break on rent, or temporary relocation. It is a courtesy thing.
Bea S, SD
Monday, January 9, 2017
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