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Hi! I'm Heather. I've been a practicing attorney for the last 15 years, and I'd be happy to assist you for informational and educational purposes.
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Many of these things are something the landlord should do to keep up to building codes, and other things he should probably do most likely pursuant to the terms of your lease contract (although I have not read it and can only assume it includes standard provisions). If there are items that affect your health and safety, you can report the noncompliance with the building code government office. If there are things that they won't help you with, you need to ask your landlord to do the maintenance and repairs in writing. You should also note to him in writing that these problems are causing the apartment to be unhabitable and if he does not fix them, you will consider yourself "constructively evicted" and you will have to move. If this happens, he cannot sue you if you are breaking the lease by moving.
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