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By Faey - / Monday 14 January 2019 20:00 /
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By  Phil  |  13

There are many ways that mold can get into an apartment that are definitely not the tenants fault. A leak in the roof for example, or a faulty pipe. This is not OPs fault I would imagine. The landlord is definitely over reacting. I would say it's time to look for a new place.

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By  RichardPencil  |  27

Just spread it to the area where the wall and ceiling meet. Sublet your apartment by advertising “crown molding.” People pay a lot extra for that shit! With the profits, get a nice clean apartment.

By  Phil  |  13

There are many ways that mold can get into an apartment that are definitely not the tenants fault. A leak in the roof for example, or a faulty pipe. This is not OPs fault I would imagine. The landlord is definitely over reacting. I would say it's time to look for a new place.

By  davidfong  |  14

The holidays can be stressful for some people so I would bring it up to him again after the new year and if he is a dick about it. Report him and the mold to someone.

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  simmpandher  |  24

You make a good point but... there's mold there NOW. Why wait? Wouldn't that ruin the holidays for the OP? I'm very well aware of the fact that all of this is done and over with but in hindsight, I think it would be common sense to bring it up right away.

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  tenniemo  |  18

I believe HUD is closed during the shutdown, unfortunately, but documenting is definitely the right way to go for OP, as well as possibly looking at their lease again to see if mold is covered by the landlord or if there was a waiver for tenant responsibility.