She enters my room to go up into the Attic without my permission or knowledge she cleans out my cat's kitty litter she constantly enters my room that I pay rent for
How many times has this happened? It depends on what is written in your lease. There may be circumstances in which the landlord has the right to enter without notice.
Your lease contains an implied covenant of quiet enjoyment, meaning you are entitled to reasonable use and enjoyment your room without unreasonable interference from anybody, including the landlord. Entry of the nature you describe probably constitutes such interference, even if you have not suffered damage as a result. Again, it depends on what your lease says.
An attorney will be able to review your lease and assess your rights.
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If this is a true landlord tenant relationship, with a written lease, the landlord may enter for emergencies, to make necessary repairs, and to show the apartment to prospective tenants. You should consult an attorney.
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