right of entry

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Noun1.right of entry - the legal right to take possession of real estate in a peaceable manner
legal right - a right based in law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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"But address yourself to the keeper of the seals; he has the right of entry at the Tuileries, and can procure you audience at any hour of the day or night."
In 2005, the European Union had imposed temporary limits to the right of entry for Bulgarians and Romanians.
ATHERE may be a right of entry specifically for the purposes of inspection or repair in your property's legal documents.
There is no automatic right of entry with the GWA charged with putting together the most attractive race it can.
In 2008, the German authorities determined that Mr I had lost the right of entry and residence under German law, on grounds relating in particular to the serious nature of his crime and the risk of re-offending, and ordered him to leave Germany, failing which he would be deported to Italy.
"British passport holders do obviously have a right of entry to the United Kingdom," The Telegraph quoted Hague, as saying.
This was granted when the ship's company received the Freedom Right of Entry in 1983.
In this guide, Stewart, an author, and attorneys Warner and Portman provide information for landlords on the legal issues involved in screening tenants, preparing leases and rental agreements, rent rules, security deposits, discrimination, property managers, move-in, sublets, duties to repair and maintain the premises, liability, right of entry and tenant privacy, ending a tenancy, problem resolution, termination and eviction, and finding a lawyer.
Measures suggested include insisting on right of entry to customers' premises to seize goods supplied but not paid for in order to weather the worsening economic storm.
A Your son-in-law has a legal right of entry until the couple's finances have been sorted out, although if this becomes harassment it may be possible to have him excluded from the house.
MDU also acquired a Right of Entry Agreement to provide services to 20 additional properties encompassing 2,108 residences.
The town received "right of entry" permission from all the property owners in the proposed construction zone, Mr.