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Old Yesterday, 04:07 PM
 
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It has come to my attention that my landlord has been showing up unannounced multiple times. My neighbor came over about a week ago and informed me that she has seen my landlord multiple times out from of the house. I also caught her about a month ago sitting in front of my house which she didn't bother to mention until she saw me pull onto the street. Today I saw her out front with her husband and they proceeded to walk into my backyard and look around. Is this legal? It is starting to become harrassment. I understand wanting to make sure the house is still standing but none of this ever happens with any notice.
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Old Today, 07:53 AM
 
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What does you lease say about inspections? To clarify, no one is entering your rental, correct?
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Old Today, 10:36 AM
 
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Have you contacted your landlord?
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Old Today, 01:49 PM
 
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My lease mentions nothing of inspections or any other rights to permit this type of behavior. I have not contacted her on this issue since I am unsure as to whether or not I have any legal rights or if this is a legal act.
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Old Today, 01:52 PM
 
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I am unsure as to whether she has already entered the property without my knowledge.
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Old Today, 02:55 PM
 
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The statute clearly states that entry into the dwelling unit requires a 24 hour notice, but mentions nothing about giving notice outside of the actual dwelling.

Consent of Tenant for Landlord to Enter Dwelling Unit - Emergency Entry - Abuse of Right of Entry - Notice - Abandoned Premises - Refusal of Consent
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