(1) the violation or violations alleged in the complaint do not exist or that the
violation or violations have been removed or remedied;
(2) the violations have been caused by the willful, malicious, negligent, or irresponsible
conduct of a complaining residential tenant or anyone under the tenant's direction
or control; or
(3) a residential tenant of the residential building has unreasonably refused entry
to the landlord or the landlord's agent to a portion of the property for the purpose
of correcting the violation, and that the effort to correct was made in good faith.
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