Law360, New York (November 3, 2015, 11:23 AM EST) -- Frederick H. Masters
Corey E. Strauss Recently, several states and municipalities have increased landlords' responsibility pertaining to prevention, disclosure and treatment of bedbugs in their housing units. As many unfortunately know, controlling a bedbug infestation can cause immense physical and financial harm. It also comes with tedious tasks like washing and drying clothing on particular settings, storing clothing in sealed bags, sealing cracks in walls or buying an entire new wardrobe or set of bedroom furniture. Who should shoulder the costs, time and hardship associated with exterminating bedbugs? How did they even get there in the first place? Due to the...
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