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Landlords have a legal obligation to keep the rental property in a safe and habitable condition. Tenants should receive timely repairs by trained professionals to keep their vital systems like plumbing and heating in order.
Landlords must ensure that the rental property complies with local health and safety standards, such as maintaining smoke detectors, removing mold, and employing pest control when necessary.
Landlords must abide by rental agreements and not engage in practices that would disrupt the tenant's rental stability, such as unjustified rent increases or arbitrary evictions.
Landlords must respect their tenants' privacy, and may only enter the rental property with the tenant's consent or for specific reasons outlined in the rental agreement. Landlords should also refrain from probing into the personal lives of their tenants or asking for information that is not necessary to form a professional rental agreement.
Landlords must treat their tenants with respect, and must not engage in behavior that would violate the tenant's rights, such as discrimination or harassment.