posted on Sep, 24 2005 @ 06:01 PM
Tinkle my sweet, super Boss Lady, as others have said - do please be very careful.
If this nut keeps on harrassing you, I would you use a solicitor to send him a very stiff letter.
If that does not do the trick, try going to a local court and get them to serve papers for harrassment.
Does he live in the same building as you? If he does, he may have the legal right to enter his property any time he sees fit. I think it
depends on where you live - in the UK they do, but common courtesy dictates that he asks you to be present.
The 'Readers Digest' - You and Your Rights states: "A landlord may gain entry without your consent, to - Inspect the property, during reasonable
hours, under the terms of the tenancy, according to the agreement."
"If the landlord enters at any other time, the tennant can sue him for trespass."
"Rent should be paid promptly, failure to pay within 21 days, is one of the main grounds for eviction. However, if the tennant pays all the arrears
before the case comes to court, the landlord is unlikely to get a possession order but will probably be awarded costs."
If you live in the US, I'm not too sure where you stand, but I suggest you seek legal advice.
I hope dear Tinkle, this is of some use to you.