Is this a legal/enforceable term in England? (Landlords rights to notified yet unpermitted access)
Tenant (assume residential tenan(t/cy)) agrees... "To permit the landlord or his agent or authorised workman, from time to time upon a minimum of 24 hours prior written notification (except in case of emergency), to enter the premises during working hours and or at other reasonable times including at weekends, to inspect the premises, its fixtures and fittings, and to do work which might be required from time to time in order to fulfill obligations under this agreement or relevant legislation.
Note that it stipulates unilateral notice must be served but not that acknowledgement, confirmation or permission and agreement of acceptable time by the tenant must be obtained.
This would seem as I understand it to breach the quiet enjoyment covenant. Can a tenancy term override an implied covenant?