According to me, if you caused the flooding, your rights may be compromised, and you may have to get an attorney to help you out. But if your apartment flooded because of something someone else did, it is your landlord's responsibility to get it cleaned up and remove carpeting if necessary.
It depends if its done done by your mistakes that's your responsibility but if it happens by some one else mistake then you can tell the landlord and it will be his reposibility to coreect it
You have a right to move out, keep your receipts and sue your landlord.
It is not rational to file suit while you don't have a roof over your
head. Lawsuits are expensive, time consuming and not your first
The liability is likely going to be on your landlord - it sure as heck
isn't your fault the hose ruptured. This is the sort of thing they
attempt to contract around by making you sign a lease that says, in
effect, "NOTHING is EVER the landlord's fault" but those clauses are
not enforceable any more. Contact the building inspector for that building and License and Inspections. Talk with your landlord and see if they will offer to pay the costs. Small claims court does not cost much only a small filing fee and with pictures and receipts this case is winnable.
firstly tell to the owner and if they will solve that problem its ok and if not solve the problem then you ask for the reason.