Where do I complain about my apartment?
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Beside this, how do I report an apartment manager?
If you think your property manager is violating fair housing laws, file a complaint with HUD by phone at 800-669-9777 or by mailing a letter to Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, 451 Seventh St. SW, Room 5204, Washington, D.C. 20410-2000.
Secondly, where do I report a landlord violation? If making a formal complaint to your landlord doesn't solve your problem you might be able to complain to your local council. Your local council can only help with complaints about: repairs that cause a risk to your health and safety not being done (e.g faulty electrical wiring not being fixed) illegal eviction.
People also ask, can I report my apartment complex to the health department?
When to Report a Landlord As a tenant, you have the right to file a complaint with the Health Department when any of these scenarios apply: A landlord isn't responding to complaints regarding structural issues, such as roof leaks that may cause ceiling collapse or bathroom floor water damage.
Can I call the health department on my landlord?
A landlord is responsible for keeping a rental property in habitable condition, that is, fit to be lived in. If there are health or safety issues at the property that are breaching the warranty of habitability, the tenant can contact a local agency regarding the problem.