Facebook user Gal Goh shared how her landlord is asking for $1,000 in compensation for a cracked toilet bowl tank cover.
The unit (presumably referring to the toilet bowl tank cover) is apparently 20 years old and not in the market anymore.
Goh added that during the 2 weeks after handing over the unit back to the landlord, the latter allegedly refused to let her take a second look at the damaged toilet bowl.
The landlord allegedly demanded a “Bravat” brand cover which costs about $1,000 plus, including the installation fees.
Here is what she said (SIC)
Im unlucky to handle a crack bowl cover during my rental stay.
This is a 20yo unit but owner asking for more than $1000 compensation as is an obsolete model. (mean this model not in market at anymore)
During the 2 weeks period after hand over period, owner refused to let me take a second look so to offer another comparable brand with the right bowl setting at a reasonable price but insisted that she wants a [email protected]$802 which she quoted after installation is $1k++.
My New add on. I would like compensate $500. 20yo toilet bowl depreciate after 20y for bravat too.
New add on: tqvm for all your responses