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Yes, you can sue your landlord for mold issues. Whether you've just noticed mold, you or members of your family have developed symptoms of mold infection, or your household goods or personal property were damaged by mold, give us a call to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.
Mold Disclosure Requirements in California Civ. Code §§ 1102-1102.17 (2022).) California law requires landlords to provide tenants with a written disclosure, prior to signing a rental agreement, when they know, or have reason to know, that mold exceeds permissible exposure limits or poses a health threat.
Florida doesn't have any statutes or regulations that require landlords to disclose high concentrations of mold in rental properties to prospective tenants or buyers. Also, while federal law requires disclosures about lead paint, it doesn't impose a similar duty on landlords when it comes to mold.
There are some events and situations that a seller needs not disclose. A seller or seller's agent does not by law need to disclose or release information related to: Whether a death by natural causes, suicide, or accident unrelated to the condition of the property occurred on the property.
The Texas Property Code requires that most home sellers fill out a Seller's Disclosure form. The purpose of the form is to disclose any issues with the house you are selling that you are aware of and give the potential buyers information and a historical account of your home.
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In Florida, the standard contracts do not require the seller to clean up the mold. If during the inspection period, the buyer wished to terminate the contact due to mold being found, they can do so under their sole discretion.
The landlord must make sure that there is no mold or mustiness in the house before signing the lease. If you move into a property with an existing mold, then Florida state law states that landlords are responsible for the removal of that mold.
You may be surprised to know that yes, it is legal to sell a house with fungi-including toxic black mold. There aren't any legal restrictions barring this. However, the legal restrictions matter when disclosing present or past fungus issues to a potential buyer. We'll cover more of that information below.
THE SELLER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE SELLER IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE THIS DISCLOSURE REPORT TO THE PROSPECTIVE BUYER BEFORE THE SIGNING OF THE CONTRACT AND HAS A CONTINUING OBLIGATION, PURSUANT TO SECTION 30 OF THE RESIDENTIAL REAL PROPERTY DISCLOSURE ACT, TO SUPPLEMENT THIS DISCLOSURE PRIOR TO CLOSING.
At present, California has no state regulations about mold inspection, assessment, or remediation.

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