What are my rights reagrding my landlord's conduct?
(updated on Friday, October 31st 2008)
Our Experts Answer:As a tenant you can expect to enjoy the premises without interruption by the landlord. The landlord must not interfere with your reasonable peace, comfort or privacy during the tenancy. If you feel that the recommendations and suggestions your landlord has made breach your peace, comfort and privacy in the property then I recommend that you tell him this in writing. You should explain that you would prefer not to discuss those matters with him unless they actually affect your tenancy. You may also wish to discuss your concerns with him directly. You can also contact the Department of Building and Housing on 0800 TENANCY (0800 836 262) from Monday to Friday between 8.00 am and 5.30 pm for further advice and information about your right to peace comfort and privacy and other tenancy issues.
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