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    dogger

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    Is it legal for a landlord have a key to a tenants property?

    Post  dogger on Fri May 29, 2009 2:37 pm

    i had money go missing, told the police, they say they cant do anything, cant just accuse someone they said, no one else involved no sign of break in.

    something else i still have bare wires under the sink , live electric been like it for weeks now.

    smedrick

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    Re: Is it legal for a landlord have a key to a tenants property?

    Post  smedrick on Fri May 29, 2009 11:35 pm

    In many places it is illegal for the landlord (ie. the owner of the property) to not have keys or access to the unit.

    IF you have live electrical under you sink request the repair in writing, given. If this fails contact your local tenants rights board regarding the safety issue.

    The landlord does have to give you 24 hours notice, unless there is an emergency or you have requested that he enter your unit for the purposes of maintenance.

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