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I have read your comments, but I don't see any actual legal question?
I apologize for the delay, had to be out of office..
Have you sent the landlord a written notice about the problems and requested repairs... not verbally or by text, or email.. an actual letter?
Have you contacted any local officials, like Code Enforcement or the Housing Inspector to come out and inspect?
What caused the hole in the floor? Or was this from a worn out wax seal on the toilet that allowed the water to leak through?
Is there any mold or mildew on the ceiling or the bathroom floor or wall?
Ok,good, once Code comes out to inspect, they can force the landlord to make repairs. Then if they tried to evict you, you could sue them for retaliation, which is illegal under CA law, for punitive damages to set an example and deter future similar conduct..
As for the increase, if you aren't under a fixed term written lease, then the landlord can increase the rent up to 10% a year with only 30 days notice. If they wanted to increase it over 10%, they would have to give you a written 60 day notice.