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Re: Right to enter

Posted by Doug on July 30, 2000 at 00:49:09:

In Reply to: Right to enter posted by Heather on July 29, 2000 at 22:14:18:

Sounds funny to me. It sounds like your lanlord took advantage of your absence to come in and "snoop" or check-up on you. If your rental agreement clearly states that you must be given 24 hour notice, then that's it. Your landlord and you both signed that agreement. I hardly see how this could constitute an emergency or pre arranged entry. Browse the Landlord-tenant laws for your area.

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