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I rent an apartment under the contract. Does the landlord have the right to be here without me?

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Vioria ledi Makimov
Vioria ledi Makimov
Answered on November 18, 2014 21:31
If in your contract a separate clause does not stipulate the right of the apartment owner to enter the premises at his own discretion, he does not have the right to do so. And it can even be prosecuted under Art. 139 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. It states that it is possible to enter the dwelling without the knowledge and consent of the residents only by a court decision. Illegal is any penetration regardless of the preposition. This article also specifies illegal eviction from an apartment. So you can colorfully describe all this to the owner of your rented apartment, in case of its penetration into your territory.
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