Justice For Tenants
Your landlord may be in breach of the warranty of habitability if you are experiencing lack of: electricity, hot running water, heat, operable windows or doors, sanitary and safe common area, refrigerator, and other necessities.
Additionally, if you are noticing the presence of rodents, experiencing plumbing issues, leaking roofs, or having plumbing issues, your landlord may be in breach of warranty of habitability.
As stated by law, landlords must provide these necessities to all rental units. Failure to provide these necessities may result in the tenant withholding rent, however, consult with an attorney prior to doing so because withholding rent may put your tenancy at risk.
Your unit may be uninhabitable under California law if one or more of the following conditions exists:
Breach of Warranty of Habitability Checklist:
Common areas unclean
Water leaks intrusion
Holes in Wall
Cracks in Wall
Gaps around doors
No working windows
If you are experiencing one or more of the listed above, please give my call a firm in regards to possible representation for your tenants rights case.
If you believable your landlord has breach the warranty of habitability please contact my office now.
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