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      What to do if your landlord doesn’t hire an exterminator?

      The first step is to notify your landlord immediately of the infestation. Report the cockroach issue in writing as well as by talking with your landlord. Retain a copy of the letter or emails for your own records. This secures proof that your landlord was aware of the issue and refused to address it.
      Obtain proof of your cockroach problem: photos, videos, a report from a pest control professional. Once you have notified your landlord, allow for reasonable time for repairs/pest eradication.

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