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Deskevbro, Other/Just Looking in Detroit, MI

can my landlord come to town and stay at my house without permission?

Asked by Deskevbro, Detroit, MI Thu Oct 22, 2009

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Only if he pays the rent.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 29, 2013
Get real, No way. Check out State laws for lease porperty.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jul 8, 2013
Deskevbro

Lots of times renters will just sign a lease and not take the time to read what they are signing. If you still have your lease pull it out and read what is stated.

Here is a good web site to review for renters:

http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/renters-rights/

Jerry A. lorenz
Russell Realtors
Cell: 4407244402
Web Reference: http://www.lorenz-543.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Jan 13, 2010
DO WHAT, unless in lease I don't believe so.

HOWEVER depends on relationship with landlord I have impression you personally don't know person.

I am listing agent on property owner and tenant are best friends when we arrives in town for business stays at his home.

In most circumstance NO it can cause major problems.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Oct 23, 2009
Desk,

The obvious answer is that this would be considered an invasion of your privacy unless there are specific terms spelled out in your lease agreement that would allow for this inconvenience.

Our recommendation is to check your lease agreement and than stand up for your rights....your landlord sounds way out of line.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Oct 23, 2009
No, unless it is stated in the lease agreement. When you rent a property, you are renting the right to live and enjoy that property as your own. For a landlord to use the property it would have to be specified in the lease in a way that would protect your rights to live there without interference or any inconvenience.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Oct 22, 2009
The owner's "rights" and your "rights" should be spelled out in your lease.
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