There are no strict legal definitions for the term uninhabitable living conditions. Generally speaking it is some condition that makes the living in a home or premises impossible. Defects or conditions such as a missing window, broken front security gate, absence of deadbolt locks on exterior doors, a defective electrical outlet, something unhealthy like cockroaches or mold, dangerous criminal activity particularly gangs, drugs and burglaries, an unlit stairway, stagnant swimming pool, an inefficient heater or air conditioner, low water pressure, slow drain or even a bad smell, or noise can render a place uninhabitable. The rented premises must always meet minimum standards of habitability including compliance with applicable building codes. (See: Lund v. MacArthur, 482 P.2d 482 (1969)).