My apartment complex, Vie Towers, constantly violates Pg County code by not giving at least 24 hours notice to enter in apartments. They do this despite the fact that I have made them aware of the code violations and despite the Hyattsville City inspectors notifying them. The problem is that the city of Hyattsville has no way to enforce this county code so they can only notify apartment complex that they are in violation. Not giving proper notice can be used in a discriminatory manner by targeting certain groups of residents they no longer want in there and give them lease violations. It also does not provide the bare minimum right to privacy or gives someone enough warning that a stranger will be in their apartment, around their valuable and personal items.

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Laura Reams admin 25 days ago

Hi Kiara, Because this concerns County Code Compliance we recommend the following resources.

Prince George's County Rental and Housing Laws: https://www.peoples-law.org/prince-georges-county-rental-and-housing-laws

MD State's Attorney Landlords and Tenants:-Tips on Avoiding Disputes: http://www.marylandattorneygeneral.gov/CPD%20Documents/Tips-Publications/landlordTenantPDF.pdf

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