Landlord is suing for Repairs that were never made prior to her selling the home. Now she is trying to sue for those damages that she never paid to have fixed. And it was general wear and tear on house.
Yes they can sue, but winning the key. If your move in/out checklist is complete and shows claims are wear and tear you may have a defense. You also can demand an inspection and use interrogatories to show the value of the property was not degraded by your use.
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