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Question by lancestc: Can a landlord legally post an apartment video including my things on the web without permission?
I live in Georgia and the landlord from the apartment I just moved out of has posted a video of the interior of every room of the apartment on the web which clearly shows all of my belongings. No permission was given for this. Is this legal and can I sue for damages or get reimbursed for this? Other ex tenants apartments are shown as well and all are angry in case you're a lawyer looking for a case.
Answer by milton b
examine the lease you signed and look for this clause. most likely it will not be in there. they may most likely be able to video tape it once you vacated the premises, but if they entered your premises without your permission and did this then i would get all the tenants together and sue the landlord. it almost ammouts to breaking and entering or unlawful entry. do not let them use the excuse that they were checking something or that somthing was broken either.
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