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David

cvahomepros@gmail.com
LIC: 0225088112
20 Dunlop Village Circle, Colonial Heights, VA 23834
P: 8045249001

Lindsey

lmadden88@outlook.com
LIC: 201216605
160 E. Main Street, John Day, OR 97845
P: 541-792-0031

Jim

jnoonan@coldwellbanker.com
LIC: Cal BRE#: 01365081
301 N Canon Dr Ste E, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
P: 310-777-6200

Can a landlord enter a residence?

February 1, 2020

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A landlord may give notice in order to: inspect the premises; make necessary or agreed upon repairs, decorations, alterations, or improvements; supply necessary or agreed upon services; or to exhibit the premises to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, tenants, workers, or contractors.

 

For residential tenancies, the landlord must give twenty-four (24) hours’ notice, except in the case of emergencies. Each jurisdiction may have specific additional requirements for notice to enter.

 

The time requested for access must be reasonable.  The tenant must not unreasonably withhold consent or access to the landlord to enter the premises.

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