The Quartering Acts.
That was the name given to several acts of the British Parliament that requested local governments on America, to give food and shelter to british soldiers. It happened shortly after the French and Indian wars, and it was a way to control, and solve the issues in America. However, this result was not achieved, and the acts were among the first of a series of events that ended with the American Revolution.
Quartering was when the British government allowed troops to enter any home. The home owners kind of had to “house” the troops, if they refused then they would be punished
A. Quartering laws
Quartering laws was the British action following the French and Indian War that involved the housing of troops in colonists' homes.
After the French and Indian War, Great Britain kept some of their troops stationed in the colonies in order to protect them from Native Americans that could try to attack them. This was when the Quartering Act of 1765 was created, which made it so the colonists had to house the British troops that were protecting them.
The colonists despised the Quartering Act of 1765 and thought it was unfair because they were being taxed for the army already, without any representation in the British Parliament. They also did not trust Great Britain or their troops, so they did not want them in their homes.