Landlord/Tenant – Residential Lease – Uninhabitable Apartment – Damages – Rent AbatementREMI ex rel. Izquierdo v. Tyrone Even though the defendant-tenant contended that she and her children developed health problems due to the black mold infestation in their apartment, her testimony and medical bills were insufficient to prove that the medical bills resulted from the black mold infestation. Expert medical evidence was required; without it, the trial court should not have awarded the tenant damages based on the medical bills.
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Published: February 17, 2012
Time posted: 3:37 pm
Tags: Damages, Landlord/Tenant, Rent Abatement, Residential Lease, Uninhabitable Apartment