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Just playing the Devils advocate. Why don you move. I cant imagine why anyone would put up with those living conditions. What incentive does he have to fix anything, you continue to stay pay the rent. What guarantee do you have, that if he complies this time, he will be a better landlord? I understand the principle of the thing and this guy really sounds like a piece of work, but with the time, energy money you will spend on trying to get him to repair things could better be spend getting out of a bad situation.

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If he gets the drift that you are serious, and educated he will shape up. If he harasses you for rent, tell him to get lost. Don be rude. Tell him straight up that you not planning on paying or leaving and you want things fixed. If he doesn give you proper 24 hours notice to enter the dwelling, Nike Air Force 1 Low Grey Black

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There should be a local organization for tenant complaints. In my area it is called the "net" office. If you call and complain about unsafe living conditions they will come inspect and he will be forced to fix the problem. Also, I believe he may be liable to pay for alternate housing if yours is deemed un inhabitable (as it seems to be from your post). Start by Googling "Certificate of Occupancy YOUR CITY" Most likely it will be on the city or towns website under the codes section. Call the town and explain that you in an unsafe dwelling and check to see if there is a valid Certificate of Occupancy (C of O). If not, he can even rent it out.

I would talk to an attorney, but.

law for the other option and I am not sure I remember it correctly, but I believe you can also file an eviction to get you out of your lease because of the landlord failure to repair.

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forced to face the issue of repairs. Take LOTS of photos document ALL of your correspondence with him. PUT IT ALL IN WRITING. Don rely on verbal. When you send him correspondence for repairs, start getting it notarized and get an extra copy for yourself so you can bring it to court. Send all mail certified.

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If he threatens eviction, tell him to go ahead, give him NO MONEY. It is a huge pain, and costs money for a landlord to evict. Bring all your evidence to court, and when the Judge asks you why you didn pay, provide all the documentation you have on his neglect. You deserve to live in a safe environment. Unfortunately there are some un scrupulous landlords (and ladies).

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I would send a notice to your landlord via certified mail stating the problems, when they first started, and when you first contacted the landlord about them.

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If he threatens eviction, tell him to go ahead, give him NO MONEY. It is a huge pain, and costs money for a landlord to evict. Bring all your evidence to court, and when the Judge asks you why you didn pay, provide all the documentation you have on his neglect. You deserve to live in a safe environment. Unfortunately there are some un scrupulous landlords (and ladies).

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If you end up deciding to withhold rent, deposit it into an escrow account, this may help you in court if you can show that you were able to pay, but did not because of the repairs, though I still don think the law would be on your side.

Don worry about loosing the case. If you have proof, I think you win. Worst case you can "settle" in court. And he will be forced to face the issue of repairs. Take LOTS of photos document ALL of your correspondence with him. PUT IT ALL IN WRITING. Don rely on verbal. When you send him correspondence for repairs, start getting it notarized and get an extra copy for yourself so you can bring it to court. Send all mail certified.

My understanding of the landlord tenant laws in Indiana is that a lack of repairs is not a legal reason to withhold rent unless it is stated to be in your contract. Read your lease to see if there is anything about making repairs and deducting from rent. If not, you should probably pay the rent, but look into your legal options.

If after a "reasonable time" (probably a week or so) they have not made the repairs, contact an attorney or the court to file a lawsuit. The law states you can receive any damages and also the court can order your landlord to make the repairs.

I would actually advise you to find a new landlord ultimately.

If it goes to court for your non payment and you lose, it will follow you and make it much more difficult for you to get housing in the future.

I am not an attorney and I must advise you to contact an attorney to get proper legal advice. The information above is just my thoughts as to what I might do if I were in your situation and should not be taken as legal advice.

don let him (or repair people) in. Make him put it in writing. Being a PITA is you best defense against these kinds of landlords.

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My issue is with my landlord not making repairs on anything. This landlord took over the property in January. The furnace was not working and the roof was leaking. We informed him of this and he said No Prob. just send him an email with all the repairs needed and he would take care of it. We had no furnace the whole winter. He didnt even make and attempt to repair it. Then came the heavy rains in sprring all three bedrooms were leaking so bad part of the ceiling in all rooms came down. He came into the house to see it and said wow that is really bad, as soon as rains cease I will send my guy over. We have never seen the guy who makes repairs for him. He only shows up on the day the rent is due and says the guy will be here tomorrow for your roof, you dont have to be home. but of course we stay to see if this mystery guy shows up. He never does of course and we callthe landlord and of course we can only leave messages. Where do we go from here? We have documented everything.

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My suggestion would be to leave at the soonest possible opportunity. Take lots of pictures and document the problems as much as possible, along with documenting any conversations you had with the landlord.

2. Provide and maintain the following items in a rental premises in good and safe working condition, if provided on the premises at the time the rental agreement is entered into: Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems. A heating system must be sufficient to adequately supply heat at all times.

1. Deliver the rental premises to a tenant in compliance with the rental agreement, and in a safe, clean, and habitable condition

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There is an idea in real property law known as "constructive eviction." This is when a landlord essentially forces you to leave by not ensuring that the place is habitable (or by otherwise not respecting your contract).

It is very clear that the landlord is responsible to:

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