The lessor gave 90 days` notice in September 2016. In November 2016, the tenant started sleeping in her living room because the bedroom was constantly affected by mold. Homeowners should be very careful at this point in light of the Virginia Supreme Court`s decision in Sales v. Kecoughtan Housing Company, 279 Va. 475, 482, 690 S.E.2d 91, 95 (2010), in which the court held that the owner`s statements regarding mould conditions and their remediation were allegations of fact and not opinions that could form the basis of an action for fraud. What corrective actions, if any, have the L/Ts taken? The definition of “mold remediation” according to Virginia Code § 55-248.4 (§ 55.1-1200) defines certain “professional standards” that the owner must meet when rehabilitating mold on the grounds. For tenants, mold can be a particularly tricky topic…