[1982 Code § 236-1]
Every person or persons, firm or corporation who or which has agreed or has become bound to furnish hot water to tenants or occupants of buildings designed to be occupied by two (2) or more families as residences, in the Borough of Little Ferry, shall furnish to such tenants or occupants, during a twenty-four (24) hour period daily, an adequate supply of hot water of a minimum temperature of one hundred fifty (150°F.) degrees Fahrenheit.
[1982 Code § 236-2]
Whenever a dwelling designated to be occupied, or occupied by two (2) or more families as residences, is supplied with hot water from a plant or system operated under the control of the owner, his lessee or his agent, as landlord, in the absence of an express agreement to the contrary, such owner, his lessee or agent shall be deemed to have agreed or become bound to furnish hot water in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. The presence of such hot-water plant or system in any such dwelling designed to be occupied, or occupied by two (2) or more families, as residences shall be prima facie evidence of such agreement or obligation.