My landlord is considering selling the flat I am currently renting and would like to arrange viewings. However, we are still in a national COVID lockdown, and I do not feel comfortable letting people in and out of the flat (I also work at home).

Can the landlord force the viewings? What are my rights as a tenant?

  • The rules may vary so which part of the UK are you in? England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland?
    – Rock Ape
    Mar 18 at 14:51
  • England, thank you
    – giac
    Mar 18 at 14:55
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    Is there anything in your tenancy agreement about viewings? Generally speaking, you're not required to let anyone into the property, unless it's an emergency, or unless your tenancy agreement makes provision for it (and even then, 24 hours' notice is typically required). Mar 18 at 15:16
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    @giac Here's the Government's non-statutory guidance that may assist.
    – Rock Ape
    Mar 19 at 7:43
  • thank you very much
    – giac
    Mar 19 at 14:16

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