Hey guys, I need some advice regarding a problem I'm having with my current apartment. My lease is up on June 30th. I was going to renew my lease for another year, but on June 17th I discovered some severe mold growth behind some stored boxes in my closet. Apparently the AC has been malfunctioning making the carpet and walls wet, and the mold now covers several square feet of the carpet & walls in the bedroom closet. The AC had the same problem last summer with the moisture (but no severe mold), and the maintanence guys must have come out 5 or 6 times to try and fix it. This summer it's happening again and now it's causing all that mold. I should mention I have been having extreme fatigue problems for the last six months which were finally diagnosed as a cedar allergy, but which never explained why I always felt worse after being in my apartment for several hours. I provided pictures & a letter to the landlord documenting the problem on the same day. The landlord offered to transfer me to another apartment in the complex, as she said they'd have to cut out the drywall in the old apartment and pull up the carpet/pad in the affected area.. I viewed the new apartment (same day) and agreed (verbally) to the transfer, with all my deposits transfering over to the new place. That was last Tuesday; since then they've been dragging their heels saying that 'they're not sure how to transfer the deposits over' and I'm still in the old apartment (despite the fact that another complex employee told me the apartment was physically ready and just sitting their waiting). I've called or talked to them in person every day since last Tuesday regarding the deposit, every time they 'have to check' and never call me back. I called them again this morning and am expecting a similar result. My question is, do I just get the hell out of this apartment? Keeping me in a moldy apartment for a week when the new one is just sitting there ready over a $150 deposit transfer is ridiculous. My lease is up June 30th, but I wouldn't be giving 30 days notice as required in normal circumstances if I vacated. I have provided them 1 written letter & photos documenting it which they read in my presence on June 17th (Texas law requires 2 letters to be sure they received them, or 1 letter by certified mail. Not sure where that puts me given that I saw them read the letter). What should I do?