Landlord entering without permission

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I have caught my landlord, Sam Dea entering into my house in Mt. Washington twice.   The first time he trespassed into my house I was fully asleep. A few months later he did it again.  He didn’t give me 24 hours notice. He just simply let himself in. I am female and the only tenant on the lease.  Besides moving, what legal rights do I have to prevent this from happening a third time? I went to the LAPD and all they suggested I do was to file a restraining order. Can I sue my landlord for violating my tenant’s rights?   

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Edited on: Saturday, December 25th, 2010 2:29 am
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