Frankfort, KY asked in Landlord - Tenant for Kentucky

Q: I rent an apt and i can only have 1 pet but i have 3 and the bug company snoops for the manager. can they do that?

The bug guys come in and will look/snoop and when they go to leave the maintenance man who's normally the one who comes in with them to snoop but not now with the covid he stays outside and when they leave he ask them if they seen more then one animal and they do answer. Can they even do that? its a 3rd party company and they are invading my privacy and giving out my personnel info on what i do. I have ptsd, severe anti social disorder to the point i cant leave my home and 3 cats i've had for 14-20 years and my mother who i take care of that has dementia who lives with me also relies on her cats (same cats) for mental health issues. We do live in low income housing and i've called many attorneys and not one has an idea and all directed numbers are dead ends.

Response: "Yes, they can" Ok thanks.

Doesn't sound right that companies can give out our personal life information and leak it to other people when its none of their business nor their job but ok ill take your word.

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: Yes. They can.

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