A: I'm sorry to say that he has no responsibility to have the repairs done at a time when you are home at night or on weekends. Landlords are allowed to enter properties in order to make repairs even if tenants are not home. That right extends to the landlord's agents, such as those he hires to complete the repairs. While it is best for all parties to accommodate each other, you cannot force the landlord to pay for night or weekend labor.
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Okay thank you, XXXXX XXXXX just curious as it would save me inconvenience.
next question is, if something were to happen (such as an item stolen from my house) by someone who is hired..who would be responsible for that? Who is responsible for giving the person to come a key ? ( He is out of state and hasn't been here in over a year)
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