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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentLaw & Ethics · 2 months ago

Can landlord be sued for refusing repairs ?

Landlord wont repair anything the ceiling is separating from foundation the foundation has went down my mama's car got ****** up because of the driveway having holes and drop offs it busted her radiator on her car the steps on the back porch are so weak they move beneath our feet it's a wood deck and the steps have been broken sense my mama moved in to the place this landlord has such a silverspoon in his *** filthy rich mother ****** he over charges he charges 1000 rent but wont make repairs 

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  • 2 months ago
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    Assuming those problems were not there when you moved in you can refuse to pay rent until they are repaired. Your land lord can take you to court so take lots of photos that clearly show these problems. To do that be sure to write the landlord a certified letter where you get a receipt and identify the problems (maybe with photos) and state you are not paying rent until the problems are resolved.

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  • 2 months ago

    The ceiling and foundation are not connected, this makes no sense.

    Your mom is free to move elsewhere.

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  • 2 months ago

    ceiling is separating from foundation

    because of the driveway having holes and drop offs it busted her radiator on her car

    Those are actually physically impossible.

    Landlords are legally required to make necessary repairs, but you are just making up BS.

    • Anonymous2 months agoReport

      You must be a dumb n!gger that don't know what hes talking about 

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  • Tavy
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Suing is NOT free. Your Country should have a housing department for complaints. Start googling your area.

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