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Access to a detached garage not included in rental by Lill (California ) on May 9, 2018 @14:27

                              
I have a rental with a Detached garage that is not included in the rental. I use it as Storage , Do I have to legally inform the tenants when I will be accessing the detached garage?
Garage is located to the right side of the house behind the house but outside of the fenced backyard. Access to the garage through the driveway.
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Re: Access to a detached garage not included in rental by Anonymous on May 9, 2018 @14:58 [ Reply ]
No. They aren't renting it, nor are you gaining access to their quarters.
Re: Access to a detached garage not included in rental by Anonymous on May 9, 2018 @15:35 [ Reply ]
You don't have to legally inform them, but as a courtesy it would be nice. If I were the renter(s) I would like to know that the LL would be on the property frequently.
Re: Access to a detached garage not included in rental by Garry (Iowa) on May 9, 2018 @17:30 [ Reply ]
If it was not mentioned in your original lease, then you should send them a separate letter now about it. Tell them you will be accessing the garage "from time to time", and not accessing their home. If you can see inside the yard just by walking up to the front of the garage, then tell them to please keep their yard looking presentable, so you won't have to comment about it to them.
Re: Access to a detached garage not included in rental by Anonymous on May 9, 2018 @19:40 [ Reply ]
They aren't your superior. You don't report to them. Do you report to them every time you go home? No you don't because it doesn't pertain to them. Neither does this. You're going into your garage, not theirs.

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