Is landlord in Nevada required to provide temporary housing while repairing damages after a toilet o

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      This toilet is really cheap inside and was not working right. One day it just kept running and running and a large section of the house was damaged and now has to be repaired. How do you find out if, in Nevada, the landlord must offer temporary housing while the walls, ceilings and carpets are being taken out to be replaced. There is noise from fans running 24/7, ceilings and drywall is being gutted out. Landlord says it could take another six weeks to complete work. I know that when a pipe broke in my house, the insurance company gave me temporary housing when it had no water or heat, but I owned the house.

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