Well, since you are renting a room, then it's up to the landlord to decide on whether you can cook or not. The contract state provide the gas, but never state that you are allowed to cook (am I right?).chronoel wrote:we're renting a room..
Even if it weren't, if the landlord is there and he tells you not to cook and if you try and he threatens you with eviction or some other sanction, what can you do?chronoel wrote:Should it be specifically stated?
I mean for example there is a faucet in the kitchen and we want to get water. Since it's not stated in the contract that there's a faucet in the kitchen, then does it mean we cannot get potable water? Or we can't use the pathway to the door since it's not stated in the contract. Simple things like right of way can be denied simply because it's not stated. Is that what is meant by this?
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