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Old 05-28-2012, 01:44 PM
 
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My fiance and I have been living in a condo for the past 6 months and within the last 2 months I have noticed that I have become very tired, I now have a rash on parts of my body that are red and itchy, and I have noticed to be having more heart palpitations than I have in the past. I started noticing a mold like smell in our living room around an air condition vent, and also when we moved in the kitchen cabinets had a mold smell that we were told to buy some treatment that takes the smell out. Well I never did find that item they were speaking of and I have cleaned them myself and lined them and they still have the odd musky smell to them. I am needing some advise as to what I should do at this point. I went to doctor for my rash and it is nothing klike ringworm or anything contagious so I am now wondering if this coiuld be from mold now that i am putting it all together. Any words of recommendation, or suggestions would greatly be appreciated.
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Old 05-29-2012, 08:28 AM
 
Location: Ocala, FL
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First and foremost, read your lease agreement to confirm your and your landlord's obligations. Secondly, send written notifications via Certified/Return Receipt through the mail and keep a file w/ copies of your request. Renters do have rights, but you need to give the landlord the opportunity to correct the situation. There are free, legal services but you need to ask your local municipal government office for assistance. Good luck.
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