It's the question on every renter's mind: is it my landlord's fault? Sure, there are questions about paying rent and making sure the security deposit is repaid. But really, you are more concerned if you can get the landlord to make the place warmer, or cooler, or freshly painted.
One of those nagging questions comes up when there is the discovery of mold growing in the apartment. This is not to say you've left a slice of University Pizza in the fridge for too long and there is mold on it. That's your fault, you that forget to eat pizza. No, we are talking about toxic mold that grows where there is a lot of moisture in the house or apartment.
This mold can be found on wood or wallpaper, in the attic or in the basement, or under the kitchen sink. But who is responsible for cleaning it up?