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Re: camera

Posted by TenantNet on March 01, 1997 at 13:47:41:

In Reply to: camera posted by tttt on February 25, 1997 at 14:24:29:

: is a landlord have the right to video tape the entrance door to track its
: tenant so he/she can use as evident to see who is the next victim to
: evict so the apt can rent higher to the next tenant. the camera is
: for this purpose only not a long term security equipment for the bldg.
: answer appreciated

I believe you asked this some time ago via private email and
we answered. You are inferring the owner's intentions and it's
probably true, but he will probably deny it. Whoever comes
into your apartment with your permission is your business, period.
But owner's will claim it's security-related. Even if you had 20 friends
come visit you, that in itself does not establish grounds for eviction.
On the other hand, it's deliberate intimidation and invasion of
privacy. Look at it on those grounds.

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