Can Storage Units Be Searched By The Police?
Hi, guys. Welcome to Flex TV. My name is Hope and I will be answering all of your storage-related questions. Today’s question comes to us from Lydia who wants to know, can my storage unit be searched by the police? Well, Lydia, this is a very good question and a lot of people have asked this. Also, I’ve answered this question in the past. You can click on the link below to get a more detailed overview of this answer. However, let me just touch on a few important points. The short answer is yes. your storage unit can be searched by the police. Now, when can this happen? When you have a storage unit in your name and you are part of an ongoing investigation, it is considered part of your property. And as such, the police can search your belongings, including your storage unit, provided that they get a search warrant. Of course, nobody can just come and rummage through your things unauthorized. So if they get a search warrant, which means they have a reason to believe that you might be hiding anything that has to do with an investigation, then they can come in, break the lock, and come into your storage unit and search whatever they want. So in conclusion, yes, it’s possible for the police to search your storage. Make sure that what you’re storing is strictly legal things, and this also pertains to the contract that you signed with the storage facility against any prohibited substances held inside your storage unit. Flammables, perishables, There’s a whole list of things make sure you go through that keep it legal, and you won’t have any problem Thank you so much Lydia.