When a landlord rents property to a tenant as a place to live in, the property must be in a “habitable” condition. “Habitable” means fit to live in. It is important that you know what to do if your home you are renting is not fit to live in. We have received many calls in the last week about an outbreak of cockroaches in a Petaluma apartment complex. Here is what you need to know: Habitability and Repairs 2015
April 5th, 2015|Housing|Comments Off on Is your home fit to live in?