I am not lease holder, can I surrender keys to an aprtment I’m not renting even if I am the daughter of the renter
Unless there is some specific local ordinance in your area, landlords are given a "reasonable" time to fix the problem. This can obviously be open to interpretation.
If you're under lease and you move without notice, you'll likely be subject to a lawsuit for back rent from your landlord. If you're not under lease but have an agreement with whoever you're staying with (parent or otherwise), they may try something similar in small claims court but it really depends what type of agreements (written or oral) you are bound by.
In all cases it is advisable to consult an experienced attorney. Nothing stated herein is intended as legal advice for your specific situation, and you should use the information provided solely for the purpose of choosing an experienced attorney for the problems presented.
Your first step should be to contact the City of Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and file complaints.
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