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mold exposure

What are the tenants rights when it comes to mold exposure??
  • August 03 2013 - Las Vegas
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you could hire a mold inspector at you expense to be 100% sure you have high levels or toxic levels of mold, and if you do ,you could ask your landlord to abate the mold. There has to be a constant moisture issue for mold to grow.
  • August 29 2013
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What sort of mold are you concerned with?   Was it present when you moved in?

It is impossible to live life without exposure to many types of mold.   It happens in bathrooms, it happens in refrigerators, it happens everywhere there is some humidity and something for mold to consume. In fact, mold is a major way that nature uses to recycle organic matter.  


  • August 03 2013
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