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  1. Yes, but the damage is in their own room, not hers.
  2. I have a friend who moved in with some friends about a year and a half ago. She has been paying rent which also help go towards the utilities. The friends who owned the home (landlords) have been pregnant and are due in a few weeks. They originally asked my friend to stay after the baby was born. Just a few days ago they decided they didn't want that anymore and gave her three weeks to move out. Then the other day they decided she needed to be out by this weekend and she can leave her stuff until the end of the three weeks they originally gave. They are now asking her to repair everything by the end of the week and giving her a list of things that need to be repaired. My friend's dog and their dog shared a kennel for when they were out of the house and the trim in the landlord's room got either scratched or chewed to where there's a 2inx0.5in chunk missing. They are telling her that she needs to pay for a contractor to come and replace the entire trim (when they don't even know which dog destroyed it). They are also saying she needs to replace the curtains that one of their dogs chewed on. Now my friend is stuck on her friend's couch until she figures out what to do. What rights does my friend have in this situation? I feel like the landlords are being extremely unreasonable.
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