State law generally requires landlords to fix broken toilets and fix them quickly, depending on the type of problem. Any flooding, clogging, or sanitation issue that may cause health issues or property damage to the tenant generally requires urgent care. State law doesn’t address less severe issues (e.g., a toilet with very low water pressure), but local laws often include detailed rules surrounding the provision of working toilets...
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