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I use to be a landlord, never will again!  Now my daughter and son in law are tenants.  They are good tenants, pay on time.  Unfortunately the landlord looked into lead paint removal when he found out my daughter is pregnant.  Today he asked them to move out before the due date in June (just under 2 months).  He can't afford the cost of over 10,000.00 for the lead removal.  What is the right thing for his tenants to do?  I doubt they'll find a home in time, and she is very pregnant and a move may be very hard at this time.


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