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No one on this site can represent you. We only provide information. You would want a landlord tenant attorney. The existence of mold in the house would be a basis for not paying rent or at least reducing the rent during the period the landlord took care of the mold remediation. You can locate a landlord-tenant attorney by going to lawyers.com or findlaw.com. They list attorneys by specialty and geographic area. You would want to speak to two or three about your situation to get a feel for how they would approach it. Select the one with which you feel comfortable.
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