Me and a friend of mine who is mute and severely deaf from a traumatic experience that I had been spending time with to learn sign language was spending time with me, before they left I asked him if he would do me a favor and wake me up in the morning so I can go to a very important doctors appointment and he said sure no problem, so I gave him the keys to my room so he would be able to. I had been up for a few days and since I am a very heavy sleeper and eighty five percent deaf in both ears i would not have been up in time for my appointment. Upon the arrival to my room my landlord attempted to speak to him, and asked him a serious of questions which he was unable to answer, so eventually he made it to my room and explained to me what had happened, so I went downstairs to try and explain to my landlord that he is mute and I asked him a huge favor, and she said ok then let’s go see, and I said ok so I walked upstairs to go back into my room to be caught off guard by my landlord who stopped me from closing my door and I asked her if she needed something and she begin to yell at me and started making a lot of accusations against me and attempted to force her way into my room.
She cannot force her way into your room (unless an emergency) but should be able to give you notice to inspect for lawful reasons.
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