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Lindsey Ellefson, of LifeHacker, writes, "If you rent your living space, sure, you don’t technically own it—but you do pay for it, and it’s your private sanctuary. However, your landlord may want to (or need to) enter your private domicile for some reason, at some point. While you do have a legal right to privacy, there are some instances in which you won’t be able to stop the unit’s owner from entering."
You don't want someone else in your space—but your landlord owns your space. It is a quandary, but there are rules. Click 'MORE' below to read the full article.