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New question. Tenant has a mold issue, claiming that her baby is getting sick. We told her we would repair it. We stopped the leak from outside but now need to make the repairs inside the problem is that she does not want us to come in unless she's there which has delayed the process and yesterday when we scheduled to come in she was not there and now she has a an aggressive dog not on the lease and even with a 24 hour we can't go in with that dog. What legal action can I take to evict her.
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