For Housing, between tenant and landlord in California:
Does not locking the front door on a regular basis count as a violation of the tenant's right to a livable (safe and habitable) place?
If so, what methods of recourse does the tenant and landlord have?
Can the tenant break their lease due to this reason?
The front door has working lock and deadbolt.
Tenant is free to get a lock on their own bedroom door. They are paying for just their bedroom, and "access" to common areas.