Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in Georgia

innkeeper rights and your right for prv.

i rent a motel room for 2 month i give order no one is to be in my room that i would clean it then while i.m gone the head housekeeper goes in and goes thur my things with out asking anything

Asked on 6/24/09, 7:32 am

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Scott Riddle Law Office of Scott B. Riddle, LLC
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Re: innkeeper rights and your right for prv.

You "giving an order" does not answer the question of what you agreed to - the motel's policies. A motel is not an apartment. Moreover, you failed to tell us what damages you suffered, whether it was a one-time incident, what you mean by [going through your things], and what the manager said when you discussed with him/her. If you do not like the motel's policies, find an apartment or a motel that accepts your orders.

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Answered on 6/24/09, 8:36 am

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