Are Police => Adult death threats legal exceptions? [closed]
posted 3 years ago
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)?"