I know in Ohio a LL must paint every 5 years and I do believe that carpeting is the same. Your best bet would be to call your local health department or possibly even the building inspector, I'm willing to bet they would either have the answers you need or be able to point you in the direction of those who do.
by Joe - 20 hours ago
Landlords are not required to make cosmetic repairs anywhere in the United States, period. Unless you wrote on your walls and put holes in them, Landlords have a hard time claiming normal wear and tear for having to paint an apartment that hasn't been painted in over 5 years. Same thing with carpeting, no signs of burns, tears, stains or other types of damage Landlords of a hard time justifying the claim. You need to think about you next move though, if you go to court to get your money back and lose you could end up paying twice the amount of your security or more after everything is said and done.
by Christopher - 20 hours ago
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