The landlord may agree to make repairs. You may agree to sign a preprinted consent order. Ask for this if violations appeared on the inspection report.
If the landlord refuses to sign a consent order, you may negotiate an agreement. Once this agreement is written down, it is called a stipulation. It includes the terms that you have agreed to. All parties will sign the stipulation.
For example, the stipulation should include access dates when you will allow the landlord to come to the apartment and dates when each repair should be finished.
Your stipulation should include a list of repairs and when they should be done. It is a good idea to add a list of dates and times that you will be available to allow access to make the repairs. This may help to avoid problems later if the landlord claims you did not allow access to do the work.
The judge will review the stipulation. Keep your copy of the stipulation in case you need to return to court if the landlord does not make the repairs.