The presence of carbon monoxide, radon, and other toxic gases almost always puts the landlord in breach of their lease, unless they fix it quickly. Landlords will be liable for medical bills if they fail to fix the problem quickly. Some states also require carbon monoxide detectors and disclosures to tenants about carcinogenic materials before they move in...
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