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    Default When Can a Landlord Look Inside the Tenant's Unit

    A landlord has been having its staff look through the windows of tenants' garage doors to see if tenants are using their garages for storage, which is a violation of the terms of their lease. When the landlord's worker finds evidence that a garage is being used for storage, the landlord is sending notices to tenants that they need to stop. Can the landlord snoop in that manner without notice, without violating a tenant's rights?

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