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Hi! My landlord is changing the estate agent. The esteate agent said she will be coming in next week “for a chat” as she called the inspection. I know from the neighbour that she was taking pictures of the flat above mine. Can I object to pictures being taken of the flat I am renting? I feel rather uneasy having my personal possessions photographed. It’s an intrusion into my privacy. Unfortunately I have no pictures of the flat being empty before I moved in. If I can say no what law do I have behind me? Any help appreciated. Thank you.

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You can object to your possessions being photographed, the same way as in public if someone wants to take your photo, they must gain your permission, if the Landlord is changing agents then he should be able to get photos from old agent which were taken at start of tenancy, before you moved in.. Or they could ask you to take photos of Landlords fixtures and fittings and email them to them.

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