Jacksonville, FL asked in Civil Litigation, Contracts, Libel & Slander and Landlord - Tenant for Florida

Q: How can I sue a rental company for breach of contract, knowingly renting a home with prior damages to the home and mold.

The company has lied and forced me to move out due to damages to the home and now billing me for these damages. The roof to the home and damaged structure caused the damages that they are billing me for and have since painted and shampooed the carpets to cover up the damages. The property is back on the market within 30 days and neighbors states this has occurred to at least 2-3 other families. I would like to retrieve all of my rent paid due to their breach in contract for maintenance repairs and non livable conditions.

1 Lawyer Answer
Andy Wayne Williamson
Andy Wayne Williamson
Answered
  • Santa Rosa Beach, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: This is not a situation for self help. You need to hire an attorney from your area to thoroughly review this matter and develope a legal strategy.

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