QuestionApr 1, 2021 - 15:00
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My landlord has determined that my building's balconies are in critical need of repair. My question is, what are the landlord's obligations in this scenario. I'm aware that landlord/tenant law varies greatly (I'm in Toronto, Ontario, Canada), but an answer from any common-law jurisdiction would be helpful. If the landlord knew about the upcoming repairs when I signed my lease, were they under obligation to inform me? I chose the building specifically based on balcony availability, and so it seems like deceptive marketing to me. Am I entitled to a rent reduction (e.g. to the average rent of comparable non-balcony buildings in the area) during the repairs? Am I entitled to any rent reduction/compensation due to the noise (essentially making it impossible to use the apartment during daytime hours)?"
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