Landlords are legally required to provide rental property that is livable and meets basic structural, health and safety standards.
Tenant Rights to a Livable Place
When landlords offer a property as a rental, they make a promise (whether they know it or not) to maintain the property in a habitable condition during the tenancy.
Repairs, Maintenance, and Entry to Rented Premises
Landlords' duties to repair rental property and to give tenants notice before entering.
What Is the Implied Warranty of Habitability?
Understand the source of landlords' legal responsibilities to handle repairs and maintenance.
State Laws on Landlord's Access to Rental Property
State rules on when and how landlords may enter tenant rental units.
Tenants' Rights to Privacy and Repairs FAQ
Learn when your landlord can enter your rental, and when you should demand repairs.
Suing Your Landlord for Mold-Related Health Problems
Actions to take if you have significant health impairment caused by mold.
Can Tenants Legally Stop Paying Their Rent Because of Mold in Their Apartments?
Tenant rights to deduct or withhold rent because of a mold problem.