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the answer to your question is yes you can sue for the mold. Be sure to give notice again to the landlord about the mold and the effect it is having on your family. Then be sure to get your own mold assessment. If there is mold, the landlord is responsible for remedying the problem at his own expense. If it is not remedied, you can not only sue for damages, but break the lease without penalty because the landlord will have breached the covenant of quiet enjoyment inherent in every rental or lease.
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