You should be ok then. Worst case scenarios: They get a warrant to seize the landlord's property (any furnishings that belong to the landlord can be taken fom your home, and maybe even the whole property). You get evicted. Either way you won't really lose out (except for your deposit - you're unlikely to get that back if your landlord has money troubles), but you may be inconvenienced massively. Worst case scenario's though. Ah, I should have been more clear with that - if the warrant is in landlord's name, and it's his property, then technically they will be allowed in. But the name's gotta be spelt right, with a signature on the warrant.