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In what State do you reside?
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You should sent a written notice to the Landlord detailing the issues that you have and request that the Landlord fix the issues. Make sure to keep a copy of your notice. If the Landlord ignores you or does not fix the issue within 14 days of your written notice, Nevada Landlord and Tenant Act gives you permission to terminate the lease immediately and not be held liable for the remainder of the lease. See Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 118A Section 118A.355.
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You need to give another written notice to the Landlord/Management and wait for 14 days before terminating your lease. That is the current law.
Ok, they were here for the home check and given a list on the 13th of this month. Then the toilet broke, followed by a online maintaince issue and again last night for the failing a/c unit. So according to that, if stuffs not fixed as of the 27th I can tell them good bye if I choose. Without any of the extra stuff they try?
Response 1: Yes. However, you need to make sure that you have a copy of the notices given. Otherwise, it would be your words against theirs.
And do I have to do any type of 30 day notice or can I just let them know they screwed me and roll out?
Response 2: 30-day notice is not required under the circumstances. You can just give them a notice that since the repairs were not done within 14 days of your notice, pursuant to Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 118A Section 118A.355 that you are terminating your lease, effect immediately. You should also request that any Security Deposit (NRS Section 118A.242) that you paid be returned to you.
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Hi, I'm Heather, an attorney with 15 years experience. I'm a different attorney, as your previous professional has opted out. I can assist for informational purposes.
What can I help you with? I'm unsure what you mean with your question, "after the 14 days what is the time limit?"
Time limit for what?