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Re: Barging in

Posted by Unstoppable Ed on August 25, 2000 at 17:48:34:

In Reply to: Barging in posted by Denice on August 25, 2000 at 15:54:09:

If you sign a standard lease, the landlord should give "reasonable" notice to enter and must have a specific reason for entering (to undertake repairs, maintainance, etc.) If you are concerned about them entering then by all means bring this up with them before you enter into this sort of arrangement and see what their expectations are.

: We are in the process of a rent back. We sold our house and will be leasing back until the begining of November. I am curious if the new owners (as of Aug 31st.) can enter the house at anytime. Our realtor says she will keep a key in the lock box and if they want in they can call her. I want to know when they will be here ( a little warning) and I do not want them in without me being here. Is this possible. I am from Westminster Colorado.

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