May the landlord?

2021-09-04 22:03:29 ADA

Moin,

I know that the landlord basically has the right to commit the apartment, a maximum of 1x km year well announced. My question is the following ...

I found out that my landlord is very uncommon to make an inspection at all, while the apartment is rented. Friends and colleagues live far longer than I have in their apartment (I have never had a visit from the landlord who is a cooperative. But he wants to make a commemoration with me.

I dare to say to have read somewhere that in such a case of the tenants, nevertheless, could deny access to the landlord without a notice of termination. Is that correct?

Ruth

However, this wants to make an inspection with me.

When he registers before, they will have to make the result

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Vanessa

How often one wants to make inspirations Above all, it depends on how to assess his tenants.

Unfortunately, I have the negative experience that it does not bring anything to make regular inspirations.

Why? Because tenant damage does not report quickly, so that a repair in smaller circumference maIt is possible, but likes to wait until it gets really expensive.

Joseph

I know that the landlord basically has the right to commit the apartment, a maximum of 1x km year well announced well before.

He does not have the right.

But this wants to make an inspection with me.
I dare to say to have read somewhere that in such a case of the tenant, nevertheless, could deny access to the landlord without fearing a termination. If this is right?

If the landlord does not specify a plausible reason for the "inspection", that's true.

Roderick

The landlord has no flat-rate right to visit the apartment. This results from the inviolability of the apartment according to Art 13 GG.

http: //juris.buNDESgernhof.de/cgi-bin/rechtsprechung/document.py?frich=BGH&pos=en&nr=68406&pos=0&anz=1

However, a landlord has the right to enter the apartment if there are factual reasons and It was announced before. A simple example would be the necessary reading of counters.

You should answer at the point and ask for the reason for the consideration. If he can not give a traceable reason, then they do not have to let him go to the apartment.

Matthew

If the landlord wants to make a reasoned commission to check there if molds are molded or other valid reasons, and announces the visit in good time, you can do little as a tenant because this happens to your benefit

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