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Tenants have the right to safe and habitable dwellings pursuant to California law. If your landlord is not making repairs, or you are experiencing one of the many conditions listed below, your landlord may be violating your “Warranty of Habitability” and you have the right to have repairs made or corrective actions by the landlord. There are various laws in California that define a landlord’s obligations to maintain and keep a tenant’s dwelling in a habitable condition. When a landlord violates the law, a tenant has rights, such as reporting the landlord to a local government authority, filing a lawsuit, or other remedies provided by California law. A landlord cannot retaliate against a tenant for exercising those rights, and when they do, it is time to speak to an attorney.
At MANN ROGAL, we take pride in delivering personalized service and dedicated attention to each client. We understand that litigation, including pre-litigation, can be stressful and oftentimes frustrating. We walk our clients through each step of the process and always make ourselves available to answer any questions that arise. While every case is unique and may not follow the same path, we make it a priority to keep you informed about your options throughout the process. From the initial consultation all the way to the completion of your case, we are here for you every step of the way.
Our firm’s Habitability attorneys have extensive experience assisting Californian families and individuals achieve civil justice in a wide range of landlord-tenant cases, including cases involving:
Mold and Mildew
Rodents, Rats and Vermin
Lead and Lead Based Paints
Unlawful Increase of Rent
Breach of Contract
Getting the Edge in Your Case
It is really important in a landlord-tenant dispute to not to delay in speaking with someone about your case. Finding representation at the earliest stage of your matter can help you gain an edge and maximize the potential for your recovery. Call MANN ROGAL today if you are having issues with your landlord.