Helpful tips

Can police access my Ring doorbell without my permission?

Can police access my Ring doorbell without my permission?

Police can still serve Ring with a legal demand, such as a subpoena for basic user information, or a search warrant or court order for video content, assuming there is evidence of a crime.

Can police look at my Ring camera?

Ring won’t provide law enforcement with access to your cameras, your videos, or any of your personal information. Can law enforcement agencies view live video feeds from your Ring cameras? According to Ring, law enforcement never has access to your cameras or devices, regardless of whether you share video with them.

Can a tenant refuse to leave without cause?

The tenants may still refuse to leave, resulting in you needing to proceed with the eviction process. The other category of eviction notices is without cause, meaning that you do not have a specific reason for wanting the tenants out of the property.

When does a landlord have the right to refuse access?

Ultimately, the tenants right to refuse access will take precedence over any clause impeding the tenants right to “quiet enjoyment”, unless there is a genuine emergency. Section 11 clarifies that if there is an emergency the landlord can enter without permission, which I’m assuming is something like a heavily leaking/burst water pipe or fire.

Are there any cases of landlords spying on tenants?

Cases of surveillance abuse abound, for example, a multi-million Australian landlordwas sentenced to 18 months after he was found spying on female tenants with the apartment hidden cameras. One Upton landlordwas charged after being found out using pinhole-style cameras filming teenager girls in his duplex.

Why does my Landlord want to get me out of my house?

One of the most common reasons for landlords wanting to get tenants out of their rental property is because they are no longer paying rent as they agreed to. When tenants stop paying, either because they have no money or they simply have hit a rough spot, they are in violation of their lease, assuming you have one in place.

Why does a tenant refuse to leave a house?

In some cases, the tenant may refuse to leave because they don’t agree that they violated the terms of the lease. For example, the notice may have been served to them because they’ve consistently parked in a non-designated area.

Can a tenant deny a landlord access to the property?

A tenant cannot deny a landlord’s access to the property when proper notice is given and the request is reasonable. The occupant may, however, request to change the date or put in a clause in the lease to limit the number of times the landlord can enter the unit.

Can a landlord be held responsible for a constructive eviction?

Meaning that tenants are guaranteed the right to live in peace without privacy violations or harassment from the landlord. Should you breach your tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment of the premises, and your tenant feels compelled to leave the property, you may be held responsible for all expenses related to this “constructive eviction.”

Can a landlord evict a tenant for no reason?

There are many instances when a landlord is in full compliance with the law when it comes to evicting a problem tenant . A landlord can seek to evict a tenant from a rental unit for non-payment of rent, failing to move out at the end of a lease term, or for breaching any of the agreed to lease provisions.