The landlord is persistently in the common areas, almost on an everyday basis. I have a short term tenancy agreement for a room. Does defiant trespassing apply as the whole house doesn't belong to me? The landlord provides no notice of her arrival / departure or the reason for her being there.
They are called "common areas" for a reason. Does the landlord live there? But more importantly, does the landlord have a CO to rent rooms in Princeton?
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