It depends. The answer is generally no; your landlord needs to give you proper notice (usually at least 24 hours in advance) before entering your rental.  However, in emergencies (e.g., busted pipes) your landlord can enter without your permission.

    You are required by law to give your landlord, his agents, and his employees “reasonable access,” to make repairs to the rental. Your lease may also require you to allow the landlord, his agents, and his employees to enter to inspect the premises and/or show the property to a prospective tenant, purchaser, mortgagee, or their agents before your lease ends. Your landlord also has the right to inspect the rental within the last thirty (30) days of your tenancy or after either of you has given notice of an intention to terminate the tenancy.  

    Where your landlord has the right to enter, reasonable notice must be given to you that an entry will be made at a specific and reasonable time.  If your landlord gives reasonable notice and has the right to enter, but you unreasonably refuse to grant them access, they can ask the court to order you to let them into the rental.

    If your landlord has entered your apartment without notice or permission, please submit an  intake form  to request services from SLSO.

    Can a landlord go into your house without permission?
    Quiet enjoyment If a landlord enters your home without permission they are, technically, trespassing, unless they have a court order to allow them otherwise. more
    Can I refuse landlord entry?
    You might be surprised to learn that when it comes to access, a tenants rights will override the landlord's. If your tenant refuses you access, you can't enter the property. more
    Can a landlord refuse pets?
    A landlord would need a good reason to refuse. For instance, if a home is too small for a pet to be feasible. The government's new model tenancy agreement is its recommended contract for landlords. But there is no obligation to use it and most landlords don't. more
    Can landlord refuse housing benefit?
    Landlords who refuse to accept tenants on benefits There is no law that specifically says a private landlord cannot refuse a property to a tenant who will be claiming benefits. more
    What qualifies as landlord harassment?
    Examples of harassment entering your home without permission. removing or interfering with your belongings. violent or intimidating language or behaviour. persistently cutting off gas, water or electricity. more
    Can landlord refuse Erap NY?
    If a landlord refuses to accept an ERAP payment for rental arrears owed by a tenant, the tenant may use the provisional determination of ERAP eligibility as an affirmative defense in any proceeding brought by the landlord during the subsequent year for a monetary judgment or an order of eviction based on the nonpayment more
    Should landlord replace washing machine?
    Wear and tear If your landlord has supplied an appliance such as a cooker or a washing machine that was working as the beginning of the tenancy, they have a responsibility to repair or replace it if it breaks down, unless this is the result of your negligence. more
    Can landlord discriminate against benefits?
    Can landlords do this? No, they can't. In September 2020, housing benefit discrimination was ruled unlawful in a landmark court ruling. At the historic hearing at York County Court, 'no DSS' discrimination was declared unlawful, meaning letting agents and private landlords cannot refuse to accept tenants on this basis. more
    Can landlord force entry?
    You are paying rent to the landlord for exclusive use as the property as your home and as such you have the right to decide who enters it and when. If a landlord enters your home without permission they are, technically, trespassing, unless they have a court order to allow them otherwise. more
    Can landlord see tenants references?
    Can landlords see references which were provided to the letting agents? The agent can pass this information to the landlord, as long as, when the reference is asked for, they make clear to the tenant and the referee that this will happen. more
    Can I become a landlord?
    Can I become a landlord? To become a landlord, you of course need a property to let out. If you already own a property outright, you can skip this step. However, if you own a property that you still have a mortgage on you should talk to your mortgage lender before you rent it out. more

    Source: www.umass.edu

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