I Do Not Have A Written Lease Agreement But I Am Renting An Apartment Month-To-Month. The Landlord Is Refusing To Make Repairs.

Yes, regardless of whether or not you have a written lease, your landlord is obligated under state law to make repairs. A tenant­at­will has the right to use repair and deduct but should keep in mind that their lease can be terminated with sixty (60) days notice. A tenant­at­will would not be wise to spend on repairs more than he can deduct in sixty (60) days.

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