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If the property is uninhabitable while the work is being done, then yes, you would have to provide alternate accommodations while the work is being done. The landlord has a legal duty under the lease to provide a habitable dwelling and if the property is uninhabitable due to the work, that would be a breach of the landlord's duty under the contract and they would have to provide alternated housing until the property was inhabitable again.
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