Hi, Just a theoretical question: Do council Inspectors have the right of entry to a residential property to "investigate a complaint" under property law? This question came up in our council on their FB page, as they recently banned all outdoor fires. But I was wondering for any reason, such as a neighbour complaining about cats, etc. The council has told me that under their "Local government Act 1981", their officers have the right to enter a property at their discretion, to investigate a complaint. I thought that only the Police could do that - not council workers? Would love any thoughts or legal case studies in Victoria. Thanks!