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Legal assistance for renters
If you need more legal help than this site can provide, you should contact your local legal aid provider for assistance.
Before hiring a contractor to complete repairs, make sure they are licensed in your city to do the kind of work you are hiring them for. Most contractors must be licensed at the local level. If your city’s search is not listed below, you should look online for your city’s contractor license search.
Landlords must follow all building codes. Building codes are determined by the city or county your rental property is located in. If your city is not listed below, search for the building code office in your city for more information.
Before spending time and money to go to court, consider hiring a mediator to resolve the issue with your renter. Mediators are impartial and trained to help landlords and renters resolve issues quickly.
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