Q: Hot water And is it a crime for my landlord to lie under oath if I have proof
Can my landlord turn off the hot water for us not to use when we do laundryAnd is it a crime for my landlord to lie under oath if I have proof
A: If the landlord shut off your hot water, unless it was for repairs, you may have claims. Lying under oath generally is a crime - one that happens everyday in every court but which is very rarely prosecuted. If you can prove the hot water shut off, you may want to review everything with a local landlord-tenant attorney.
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