Rights of Inspectors and Law Enforcement to Enter Rental Property
Your landlord is not the only one who may enter your rental unit.
Entry by the Landlord to Rental Property
Legal limits to landlords entering your rental
Tenants' Rights to Privacy
Tips for dealing with an intrusive landlord
Limits on Tenant Guests and Other Restrictions
How restrictive guest policies and nosy landlord practices can be an invasion of your privacy
Tenants' Rights to Privacy and Repairs FAQ
When may a landlord enter rental property? Is advance notice required?
Chart: Notice Requirements to Enter Rental Property, State by State
State rules on the amount of notice landlords must give tenants before they enter.
Sample Letter: When Landlord Violates Tenant Privacy
Let your landlord know you mean business when it comes to protecting your privacy
Can I Sue My Landlord For Entering My Home Without Notice Or Otherwise Invading My Privacy?
How to sue your landlord for violating your privacy.
Can I Sue My Landlord for Changing My Locks And Throwing Away My Possessions
Learn tenant rights when landlords change locks on apartment doors and discard personal property.
How to Stop Your Landlord's Illegal Entry
Can My Landlord Enter My Apartment Without Prior Notice?
Lead Disclosures for Rental Property FAQ
What are a landlord's legal responsibilities to new tenants regarding lead in rental property?
Landlord Liability for Bedbugs and Bedbug Bacteria
Potential link between bedbugs and disease gives landlords and tenants more than just the creeps.
Mold in Rentals: Landlord Liability, Responsibility, and Prevention
Learn about mold in rental units -- your landlord's liability for mold problems, how to get rid of mold, and how to prevent mold in the first place.
Renters: Protect Yourself From Crime
How savvy tenants can get landlords to prevent crime.
Tenant Injuries: Landlord Liability and Insurance FAQ
When is a landlord liable for an injury to a tenant or visitor to the rental property?
Sample Letter to Landlord: Security Concerns and Alerts
How to get your landlord to fix a dangerous security problem