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    Default Grandfather is Going Through My Personal Belongings

    My question involves civil rights in the State of: Toronto

    Hi. I'm a 25 year old female in Toronto. I set up a spy cam through an iMacs webcam to spy on who goes through my stuff while i'm at work. I did this because I was suspicious my things were being touched. I set it up 6 days ago and since then my grandfather has been going through the stuff in my closet daily. I have all of the video recordings. He has touched my bra's, underwears multiple times and i'm disgusted. He also went through my purse and wallet. I have all of it on video.
    Do I have a case against him?
    Other details:
    The room is mine, but the house (apartment) is his. I've been living with them for over two years now.
    My drivers licence, health cards etc have their address on it. So legally I live there.
    The iMac is not mine. It is theirs (used by my cousins).
    90% of the stuff in the closet is mine. There are only a few bedsheets which are theirs that are kept there but they're kept very high up (need a stool to get them) and they're things they'd only want to get maybe a few times a year.
    The videos show them snooping, not coming there to get their stuff or anything.

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    The last I heard, Toronto was a city in Canada, not a state in the US. US law and Canadian law is not the same.

    But I am truly curious as to what kind of a case you believe you have. A case to do what?

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    Default Re: Grandfather is Going Through My Underwear Drawer

    You have made a good case for finding a different place to live and moving out of grandpa's home.

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    I don't know if I have a case or not, which is why i'm here. He should not be going through my bra's and underwears. What he's doing is wrong so I thought I might have a cse against him.

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    Yes, I'll be doing that. But I don't have a legal case? I want him to pay for his dirty actions.

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    A legal case for what?

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    If you are asking whether or not you have grounds to sue him, you do not.

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