Yahoo! Canada Answers – Suspicions of mold in my apartment (Ontario)?

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Suspicions of mold in my apartment (Ontario)?

I've been in this apartment since July 2009, the landlord had just replastered and painted practically the entire apartment. The problem arises in the bathroom. The tub is tiled about four feet, the rest is painted plaster. Recently the paint started to bubble and the wall swell. Yesterday we discovered that the paint had entirely peeled behind the dresser (in the bedroom!) on the other side of the same wall. It is damp to the touch and smells earthy. We suspect mold and have asked the landlord to come take a look.

I'm wondering how long is normal to wait for the landlord to come take a look. I'm also curious if anyone else has gone through this and the steps they had to take to get it repaired. If there is mold and they have to fix the wall what happens?

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