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Audio recordings require consent, video recordings do not. It would be an invasion of privacy to sneak into a person's bathroom and set up a secret shower cam, which you aren't doing. It would be trespassing to break into a person's living room (you need not even install a camera). But you have a right to be in your half of a shared garage. You can legally ...


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Basic but comprehensive reports on European tenancy laws can be found on the University of Bremen website: TENLAW: Tenancy Law and Housing Policy in Multi-level Europe


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Short Answer: What does the contract say? Long Answer: You have a tenancy agreement with your landlord. This tenancy agreement should state the rights and obligations both you and your landlord have, regarding your tenancy. As in most tenancy agreements, you agreed to pay a deposit, which will be returned to you at the end of the tenancy period, reduced ...


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It primarily depends on whether you are legally subletting a room, or is this just something that your friend let you get away with without the landlord knowing. To claim legal protection as a tenant, you have to be a legal tenant, meaning that this subletting arrangement must be consistent with the terms of the lease and local law – most likely requiring ...


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Stuff done “prior to signing” is unenforceable1 The contract says “as is, so as is it is. If you want to use the closet, providing you move and store the stuff safely (e.g. by hiring a storage locker at your expense or keeping it in your dad’s garage) and return it at the end of the lease, you can do that. 1 subject to some very narrow, technical ...


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