Q: Can a landlord go into your yard and Continueously throw my things away without my knowledge ?
And or send all my mail back without knowing,saying I don't live their,due to paying owed rent?
In general, landlords do not have the right to enter a tenant's yard or throw away a tenant's belongings without the tenant's permission. Landlords must generally give advance notice before entering a rental property, unless there is an emergency or the tenant has given prior consent.
If your landlord is entering your yard and throwing away your belongings without your knowledge or consent, you may have grounds to take legal action against your landlord. You may be able to file a complaint with the local housing authority or a tenant's rights organization, or you may be able to file a lawsuit against your landlord for trespassing or conversion (the unauthorized use or disposition of someone else's personal property).
It is important to document any instances of your landlord entering your yard or throwing away your belongings. This may include taking photos or videos, collecting witness statements, and keeping any receipts or other evidence of the value of your belongings.
You may also want to consult with a lawyer or legal aid organization to understand your legal options and determine the best course of action in your specific situation.
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