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When can Landlords Legally Enter a Tenanted Property?

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Conducting property inspections is an essential part of being a responsible and savvy landlord. Not only are you obliged to carry out repairs as and when they are needed but leaving a tenant to his or her own devices for umpteen years is a recipe for disaster. For one thing, they might not be taking good care of your investment, and for another, they could have illegally sub-let it to a bunch of strangers. However, even though you own the property, you don’t have an automatic right of access, except in a few specific circumstances.

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