You state that there was damage that your security deposit could cover. If you damage the rental, the landlord has the right to repair the damage you caused while you live there.
by Trouble - 14 hours ago
Was it your decision that the place was uninhabitable? Or did your landlord tell you to move out while she was remodeling your unit? Unless your landlord told you to move out until the work was finished, you owe the rent.
by R P - 14 hours ago
Why on earth would you pay rent for a place you cannot even live in? What were you thinking? No, you should NOT have to pay rent when the place is being renovated and uninhabitable! So, what do you intend to do about it NOW?
by Genuine Guidance - 14 hours ago
I believe you have grounds for a lawsuit but will this guy make your life a living hell if you do go after him. If so you could stay at the other apartment that you used for two months and then go after him.
by Ben - 14 hours ago
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