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These articles (#1 (and read the comments too), #2) seem to suggest that there is a bit of a grey area here. On the one hand, tenants have the right to "quiet enjoyment", which (among other things) means that the landlord cannot enter the property without the tenants' permission, except in case of dire emergency. So if you say no, the landlord (or their ...


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