In short, No. Some local rent control ordinances, however, do require the installation of new carpet after a certain time frame. For example, West Hollywood requires the landlord to install new carpet every 7 years.
However, under California law if the carpet is torn, the landlord is required to repair/fix/replace that portion of the carpet that has worn through.
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