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Just to be clear, even if the pest control company continues to come out, the issues with the roaches will continue?
Thank you. The landlord has a legal obligation and duty to make sure the rental is habitable. Yes, she has done the right thing by paying for pest control and having them come when needed but if this is something that happens daily and is effecting your use and enjoyment of the rental and it habitability, then you would have grounds to break the lease. You shared that the spray last for up to 3 months, so if the roaches and bugs were to stay away for close to that time, then it would not allow you to vacate. However, if they come in daily, then it would be an issue which you can address and demand she cure or else vacate.
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