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Old 10-23-2010, 08:27 AM  
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CAN I SUE a landlord for mold problems?
Living in California, you should know by now that anyone can sue anybody for anything, anytime! Will you reap any benefits? I doubt it.


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Old 11-24-2010, 12:17 AM  
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Mold can be harmful or helpful — depending on where it grows. Molds that grow inside may be different from the ones found outdoors.The presence of mold is a sign that there is too much moisture in your home — a situation which must be corrected. You may need professional help when: There is a lot of mold, The home is very damp and moist, Mold comes back after repeated cleaning, A family member suffers from asthma or respiratory problems or other health problems that appear to be aggravated inside the home



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get a professional mold inspector in there ASAP. Health side effects of black mold exposure are pretty bad.

More reading if interested ..... mold removal

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I think it’s time to call the professionals. They will help you to get rid of the mold. Or follow the procedure precisely and do not leave on surface very long.

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From what it sounds like, it is mold. What surface is it on?



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