In California, tenants have the right to a safe and livable residence. However, landlords and property managers must meet specific requirements to ensure that their properties are habitable. These requirements fall under California’s implied warranty of habitability.
Tenants subjected to substandard or uninhabitable conditions may have legal options to hold their landlord accountable or terminate a lease agreement without penalty.
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