We told our landlord in On February 2nd about black mold in our unit. It has been a month later and still has not came to fix it. Because she has not done anything and the mold is now in 3 different areas, can we go after her?
Just what do you mean by "go after?" And what steps did you take to properly notify landlord of your concerns? Did you send a written notice of lease default by certified mail? Did you do anything after you "told her" about the mold?
If moisture is coming into your rental and causing damage and/or health issues, then you should take proper steps to communicate with landlord, or move out. You might have a claim for damages. Or not.
The landlord tenant relationship is and should be a relationship. It depends on honest direct communication and a focus on mutual concerns and interests, not "rights."
Try reframing your intention, and follow up with landlord orally and in writing. No texting. You can email, but you must print it out and send certified to make it a legal notice.
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