OK, this is really strange. I was told last week by my building manager that there is to be a council inspection of my apartment. Apparently a council inspector called up the building manager and gave a gamut of complaints about by apartment, including overcrowding and noise complaints. This is a 3 bedroom apartment, 5 people, no stereo system and no parties (thus no noise).
Anyway, after being told of the intended council inspection by the building management my landlord tried to find out what is going on by calling the council in front of me and speaking to the inspector. The council inspector told my landlord that its probably just an angry neighbor (???) and its probably nothing but he will still have to inspect. So my landlord asked the inspector to send some documents detailing exactly what the inspection is about. This is about a week ago.
Fast forward to today, and there is still no documentation from this council inspector, and I still haven't been informed of anything in writing at all and I am wondering what on earth is going on. The "inspection" is scheduled for Wednesday.
Can the council worker just walk into my apartment just like that? Or is he asking permission? On the phone to my landlord (and building manager) he made out like he has the authority to do it, but if he does, why not just do it? Has anyone else experienced this?