Here is the quick and dirty. About a week or so ago my wife and I received a notice from the city of Gresham about some new law and we were chosen for an inspection of our home. The new law is something along the lines of they just want to make sure we are living in safe living environment and that the landlord is responsible for any fixes. My wife, father in law (landlord) all agreed this is a waste of tax payer money. Our house was built in 2005 there is no reason for the inspection. In the notice it gave us a couple options, 1 let them enter our home with us there and 2 alow them to enter without us present and both options said something about not filing trespassing charges. There may have been a third option I don't remember. I do remember that there was nothing about us having the ability to say no thanks. My wife and I tossed the notice (our mistake) I found out late last night that they are making my father in law let them in on Tuesday at 10am without our consent or us being there. My father in law says he tried everything he could to avoid this and I believe him. Unfortunately now I have no time to figure this out. As far as I know we have no written agreement with my father in law about him entering the house without us there. Is there anything I can do to prevent this from happening on Tuesday. Obviously, my father in law has a key and is being forced into this. I am planning on contacting a lawyer but I won't be able to do that until Monday morning. This is an invasion of privacy, I don't know a lot about laws but I'm sure this is covered under The Bill of Rights and the Constitution, but I don't know where to start. I will look up as much as I can tomorrow while my wife is working. Any help is greatly appreciated.