Asking A Landlord For Repairs
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This category covers the legal issue of asking a landlord for repairs to the rental unit you are living in. This covers how to find out what repairs are necessary and how to ask a landlord to make repairs to a rental property.
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Information for those who are working with contractors and want to avoid issues with contractor fraud and scams. Contractor fraud involves a contractor engaging in deceptive behavior to obtain money or other benefits. This type of fraud can take many forms, including overbilling, using inferior material, misrepresenting the services provided, or failing to perform the services agreed upon.
This information covers how Louisiana has its own set of laws and regulations that govern landlord-tenant relationships. In Louisiana, residential rentals are not governed by the Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act (URLTA) like in many other states.
This gives a basic informational overview about mold and mold hazards. This is meant for anyone dealing with mold issues including homeowners and renters.