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Re: No notice of entry

Posted by Ace on April 30, 2001 at 11:51:34:

In Reply to: No notice of entry posted by Dee on April 25, 2001 at 19:19:14:

If LL had to come in for an emergency repair and "forgot" to leave a note, then it may not stand for you to leave. If, however, after speaking with the LL there was no emergency repair (like a pipe burst, smoke or fire coming from your place, etc.) and they're making a habit of it, I would consider breaking the lease.

Call your local county regarding the rental regulations for your area.

: My landlord and the owners of the home we rent entered our home and left no notification of entry. Our Texas Apartment Association lease specifically states they have a right to enter and must leave written notification immediately following the entry. Does their failure to do this allow me to terminate my lease?

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