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Does a Landlord Have to Fix Storm Damage in New Jersey?

Posted by Jamison Mark on Sep 3, 2016 10:30:00 AM

 

With hurricanes and strong storms in the forecast, much of the emergency information focuses on homeowners. If you live in an apartment or rent property, however, you might be concerned about what to do if your home suffers storm damage or flooding.

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Topics: Civil Disputes, Landlord-Tenant Issues

What Are My Rights If My New Jersey Apartment Floods?

Posted by Jamison Mark on Feb 27, 2016 10:00:00 AM

 

If you live in an apartment or rental property, storm damage and flooding can be a real hassle. From roof leaks to basement pools, water infiltration is at best an inconvenience and at worst a danger to you and your family. Standing water can cause electrocution, gas leaks, or other building system malfunctions. Improper remediation of water damage can allow dangerous mold to flourish. Once you’ve called your landlord or property manager and reported the issue, what do you do next?

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Topics: Civil Disputes, Hiring a lawyer, Landlord-Tenant Issues