Landlord/Tenant – Implied Warranty of Habitability – Mold – Opportunity to RemediateMcCall v. Norman The defendant-tenants made several oral complaints about mold to the plaintiff-landlords in July 2008; the landlords did not respond until the tenants made a written complaint in August 2008. The landlords inspected the rental home and claimed to see no evidence of mold. Although the tenants started sleeping elsewhere, they did not completely vacate the home until October. Contrary to the landlords’ argument, they had a reasonable opportunity to remediate the mold infestation.
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Published: September 11, 2012
Time posted: 4:03 pm
Tags: Implied Warranty of Habitability, Landlord/Tenant, mold, Opportunity to Remediate