My question involves an eviction in the state of: Pennsylvania
Despite my research efforts, I cannot seem to find any answer to a very straightforward question.
Once a lodger is evicted from a room in a landlord's house, I understand that the landlord is obligated to retain any items left behind for a minimum of 30 days. My further reading on the subject tells me that the landlord must allow the tenant to collect their items during this 30 day period "at the convenience of the landlord".
My question is this: Is there any set number of visits or times that the landlord is obligated to make access available to the former lodger? Can it be a single pre-scheduled several hour vist, or do I need to give them some number of visits? I can envision this tenant wanting to stop by unannounced every other day, and I'd like to cut it down to the sheer minimum.