What can be done regarding an oder that was covered up and not disclosed to us when purchasing our home?

Question Details: There was very high humidity for a week that brought out a cat urine smell in the master bedroom and walk-in closet. The floor will need to be ripped out and replaced. The room is uninhabitable. I tried an ozone machine. When looking at the house, they had candles and hidden electric air containers going. My husband kept asking me if I smelled anything as I have environmental sensitivities I did not smell anything Now I will need to put in about $2000 worth of fixes. What can I do? It's been almost 30 days since closing. Would this go under a lemon law?

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