We needed a plumber for the second time in a year. Landlord finally sent someone over. He was instructed not to tell us about what he found in pipe and then to come into my home ho to the sink (where I thought he needed to wash) open up my cupboard and take pictures of the garbage disposal which had nothing to do with the pipe outside and then unplug it. He stated the landlord told him to and then stated since she owns the house he can do this. We have no say we are just renters .
Sure, why not? They were obviously just trying to determine what was causing the plumbing issue, and it may be related to a a fully disposal. You might have objected to the time and manner of this particular access; but the landlord does have that right, and ultimately you would have to consent to them investigating the issue. Hope this helps. gsg
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