can I break a lease if there is mold in my place? I have a dr's letter saying I have allergies to mold. Do I have to pay him last months rent?

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answer by Cassandra Bickel    |   Contact Me
Contact a lawyer in your area. Agents are not attorneys and can not answer a legal question or one about a contract we are not part of. Good luck,
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answer by Pamela Hoefert    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Only a lawyer can advise you on breaking a lease. I would say though that it would be hard for a landlord to take you to court for loss rent if a home has a known mold issue. Do whatever you can to protect yourself.
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answer by Pamela Hoefert    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
only a lawyer can guide you on breaking a lease. But from a safety Issue a known mold issue would make it hard for a landlord to enforce in a court of law.
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