bedbug treatment charged by landlord in old and new apartment

By Ken

I moved out of my old apartment and rent new apartment in same community. After a month my landlord found bugs in my old apartment (person who moved in to reported to landlord). Landlord found bugs in my new apartment and did treatment for to both old and new apartment. I paid for the treatment for both apartments. Now landlord is asking missing work hours of the person who moved in to my old apartment. Should I liable to pay that money? 

Edited on: Thursday, May 22nd, 2014 10:44 am

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