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Torts/Personal Injury

Jul. 10, 2024

Tenants accuse North Hollywood landlords of uninhabitable conditions

26 tenants say the building was flooded during Tropical Storm Hilary.

Residents of a North Hollywood apartment complex claim in a lawsuit that their building has been uninhabitable since Tropical Storm Hilary hit California last year.

"Many of the tenants reported non-communication from management for days after the storm. Once contact was established, management downplayed the storm's damage," lead plaintiffs' attorney Deborah Hoetger of the Inner City Law Center said. "When the owners and managers finally began making repair...

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