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Question: I'm told our well water in our rental house has an arsenic level that's higher than acceptable guidelines. Is landlord obligated to put on a whole house filtration system to remove?
Answer: Only an attorney who has reviewed your rental agreement and discussed the situation with you in detail will be able to help you determine what your rights and your landlord’s responsibilities are. There are links to free and low-cost legal services on this website. An attorney may suggest that you provide your landlord with evidence of the problem along with written notice requesting that the problem be fixed within a reasonable period of time or you will terminate the rental agreement and vacate the premises.
I'm told our well water in our rental house has an arsenic level that's higher than acceptable guidelines. Is landlord obligated to put on a whole house filtration system to remove?
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