Landlord v. Tenant: April 2017

EXTERMINATION OF PESTS

Landlord Can Return to Court If Bedbug Treatment Tenant Requested Doesn’t Work

Landlord sued to evict tenant for unreasonably refusing access to the apartment in order to exterminate and remove bedbugs. Landlord’s termination notice stated that, although tenant claimed that she couldn’t accept the bedbug treatment for medical reasons, tenant also refused alternative treatments.

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