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By Khalif Majied, CMI, M.A. | Home Inspector in Altadena, CA

HOW IS YOUR LANDLORD LIABLE FOR MOLD PROBLEMS?


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(T) TRUE   or   (F)  FALSE

1.  Landlords in all states with the exception of Colorado and Arkansas are responsible for fixing leaks, pipes, windows and roofs. 

2.  California's "Toxic Mold Protection Act of 2001" authorized the State's Department of Health Services (DHS), to protect children, people with compromised immune systems, and individuals with respiratory problems, due to the fact that it has set permissible levels of indoor mold. 

3.  Tenants have won millions of dollars by litigating against landlords for mold problems.  

4.  It is a fact that California, Texas, New Jersey, Indiana, and Maryland have passed laws aimed at developing guidelines and regulations for mold in indoor air.  

5.  When mold grows as a result of negligent tenant behavior, the landlord is liable for repairs.  



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REFERENCES
http://articles.directorym.com/Landlord_Liability_for_Tenant_Exposure_to_Mold-a935208.html

By:  Khalif A. Majied, CMI, M.A., DCH
Certified Mold Inspector
A Plus Mold
(310) 849-6903
aplusmoldinc@yahoo.com
www.aplusmoldinc.com



 







Comments

By Voices Member,  Wed Sep 1 2010, 09:30
Khalif, good straight forward info. Richie
By Khalif Majied, CMI, M.A.,  Wed Sep 8 2010, 19:59
Dear Richard,

Thank you for your feedback.

Peace & Blessings,
Khalif

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