mold :over 2yrs ago the business that leased the other half of the floor i lease had our landlord replace

their carpet with wood floors due to the existence of mold. i was never informed of the mold problem by the landlord. a year later i sent him an email informing him of a leak in my roof and included pic of the damage (ruined ceiling tiles) and pics of the black mold-looking all around the damaged area. he sent out his repairman who looked at it but never returned to repair it. he had someone remove the fuses from my floor's 3 HVAC units on the roof. in the month to month lease im on with him - it states no heater or air conditioning (at the time of lease signing he was assuming all the utiility costs). isn't my landlord required to inform his tenants when mold is reported. two of my offices have no windows as they are used as control room and tracking rooms in recording studio (good for sound control) but have absolutely no means of ventalation and very little access for air entry. is possible mold issue a good justification to start encouraging him tmaintain a functioning hvac s
In Leasing Property - Asked by mike s. - May 13, 2013
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