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If I'm currently trying to break my lease, what are my rights?

Question Details: We have a huge flea problem here in my apartment complex and I do not have pets. I have been in contact with the landlord about this several times and have purchased several things to try and get rid of them yet they are still here. I have evidence - pictures of bites, reciepts from the purchases of the flea stuff, etc. Also, my neighbors are both physically and verbally abusive toward each other and this has been reported to my landlord as well. In fact, I have a police documentation on a neighbor threatening my family. I had to call the landlord for the violence becoming out of control and them breaking windows. I legitimately do not feel safe here.

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