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Posted about 2 years ago.

Thank you very much for your response.
Most of my correspondence with the landlord has been through email, with pictures and police incident numbers attached. Several officers have also met with her to hand deliver incident reports and notify her of the hazardous conditions they are creating. The landlords's response to everything is "thank you, I will look into it.". I have sent pictures of the damage they've done, proof of them on my property, and she feigns concern with incredulous "OH NO! Really? How terrible!" replies with doing nothing further.
I hope emails, with email replies are considered sufficient. In every email I begged for relief of some sort, and in every response from her, she promised relief would come in future months.
I will most definitely contact a local attorney to address this. I was mostly afraid that as a tenant, I had no legal rights and the cost of the attorney would be lost without results.
Thank you again for you kind and thorough response!

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Posted about 2 years ago.

I wanted to thank you again for your helpful response! I found the NRS code regarding habitability (NRS 118A subsection 335) and wrote a well worded notice for Warranty of Habitability sent via regular and certified mail, Within 3 days of mailing the letter, their hands were no longer "tied" and they were able to begin repairs the same day.
There are still many repairs and changes that need to be made, though Rome wasn't built in a day.
Thank you again for your information!