Who gave her the 30 days? A judge? In any case, depending on the violations, the landlord can likely collect rent, but you may be entitled to a set-off of some sort for the violations. District Courts have a lot of information on landlord/tenant law; I would suggest start there and consult an attorney if you run into difficulties.
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