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I moved into a basement suite 8 months ago and recently found out that the tenant upstairs has a key to my suite. My landlord lives in another city. I am very uncomfortable knowing that the people upstairs can come into my place. Who has the right to enter my suite?

by Guest767  |  6 years, 8 month(s) ago

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I moved into a basement suite 8 months ago and recently found out that the tenant upstairs has a key to my suite. My landlord lives in another city. I am very uncomfortable knowing that the people upstairs can come into my place. Who has the right to enter my suite?

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  1. Guest769

     No one except your landlord should be able to enter your suite. Even your landlord can only enter in an emergency situation without notice and with notice in certain other situations. You should contact your landlord to find out the status of the tenant upstairs. If they are a property manager in the absence of the landlord, they have the same rights as the landlord to enter. If they are simply tenants who have a key to your suite, they cannot enter your rented premises without your permission.

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