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What is constructive eviction?

Constructive eviction occurs when there is a major breach by the landlord that violates the tenant's implied right to quiet enjoyment of the property. For example, a leaking roof that floods the apartment, a broken heating system during the winter seaseon, and any other incident that renders the premises uninhabitable can constitute constructive eviction.

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